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    Default My bro, such a mystery... NT or NF?

    Well, now the topic on my bro.
    Im not sure, I htink he is INFP but not really sure yet.

    He is more introverted than extraverted, i think (even though he is well socialised.
    He is as lazy and unfocused as a P.
    He is attracted to abstract arts, he is artsy (musically and visually). He is attracted to stories like the lord of the rings, narnia, and other stuffs likes this with elfs, mindgets, wierd woods and magical environnement. I think, this might rather be an INFP trait.
    BUT he far from being the lovey-dovey INFP. He is nice, sensitive, able to implicitly read people and give advice on how to talk to them. But he is also able to say very harsch things with a rare sense of formula. For example, he is an absolute fan of Dr House because Dr house also has this way to say harsch things well-said.
    He also loves to debate for the pleasure of debatting (that was our favorite game when we were younger)

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    He also knows how to dress well, has quite a good fashion sense.

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    I can't imagine an NT being so obsessed with the literary works you mentioned.

    If it were Dan Brown's works, I'd be more willing to believe the NT inclination. But Harry Potter? Definitely NF.

    Though INTPs, I believe would have an interest in abstract art because it exercises their Ne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    I can't imagine an NT being so obsessed with the literary works you mentioned.

    If it were Dan Brown's works, I'd be more willing to believe the NT inclination. But Harry Potter? Definitely NF.

    Though INTPs, I believe would have an interest in abstract art because it exercises their Ne.

    Not harry potter at all!!! I never said that... His favorite book is the sword of truch from terry goodkind. That type of book. But I agree this sounds rather NF

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    Moved to What's my Type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    I can't imagine an NT being so obsessed with the literary works you mentioned.

    If it were Dan Brown's works, I'd be more willing to believe the NT inclination. But Harry Potter? Definitely NF.
    very oversimplified/inapplicable IMO

    He sounds more like an ISFP, actually. Is he always ready to adapt and please others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    I can't imagine an NT being so obsessed with the literary works you mentioned.

    If it were Dan Brown's works, I'd be more willing to believe the NT inclination. But Harry Potter? Definitely NF.

    Though INTPs, I believe would have an interest in abstract art because it exercises their Ne.
    Are you joking? Dan Brown is a hack with no respect for the traditions he pillages for the sake of an "easy" mystery. Harry Potter, at least, makes no bones about being fantasy which I, at least, can suspend my rational side to enjoy for the light and frothy entertainment it is.

    I can forgive any sin more readily than peddling ignorance as truth, which Mr. Brown most definitely tries to do.
    "The subject chooses to sit in shadow and search for wisdom by reflecting upon his trial. The problem is not that he is cold and wet, but that cold and wet seems problematic, so he embraces those hardships in order to best them."

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    very oversimplified/inapplicable IMO

    He sounds more like an ISFP, actually. Is he always ready to adapt and please others?
    Not too much. A little but not that much. He is also able to stand up for his own rights and tell someone that it's going too far... He is also quite passive-agressive in conflictual relationships.

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    NF's are the ones with the fashion sense, darling.

    And, come on, who doesn't love House?

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    ok, but Dr house is his typical sens of humour, I mean...

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