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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    1) INTP (father in law)
    2) INTJ (Limey/Husband)
    3) ISFJ (sister in law)
    4) INFJ (mother in law)
    5) ESFJ (SJ, my old neighbor who I've ranted about in my blog)
    6) INFJ (cascade)
    7) INFJ (wolfmaiden)
    8) ISTP (greyscale)
    9) ENFP (targo)
    10) INTJ (npg)
    11) ENFJ (brandon)
    12) INFJ (cafe)
    13) INFJ (me)
    14) INFP (dana)

    3 out of 14 correct. Point is, you've got to be a fucking idiot to think you can "type" anyone accurately by their eyes. I always score INFJ but I can be pretty much any time for a limited time if need be. I believe the older you become, the more you can manipulate who you are.
    I KNEW #14 was an INFP!!

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    Yes.. but it is only a hindrance to finding the truth to actually consider such "tendencies" when trying to accurately type someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    Yes.. but it is only a hindrance to finding the truth to actually consider such "tendencies" when trying to accurately type someone.
    LOL (I'm sorry I just saw your type field.)

    The addition of all the circumstantial evidence can lead one to a decent idea of type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    Yes.. but it is only a hindrance to finding the truth to actually consider such "tendencies" when trying to accurately type someone.
    Besides knowing what someone types as on a good MBTI test, all we really have to go on is tendencies and generalizations..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Besides knowing what someone types as on a good MBTI test, all we really have to go on is tendencies and generalizations..
    But you have the choice to take into consideration superficialities or to pay close attention to the things they choose to discuss, what sort of conclusions they draw, how they come to them, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Doesn't that make you wonder if you really are a J?
    Do not confuse people you do not know !

    You confused me back in time alright

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    But you have the choice to take into consideration superficialities or to pay close attention to the things they choose to discuss, what sort of conclusions they draw, how they come to them, etc.
    Yeah what's going on in a person's head is more important concerning their type, but someone's mental state and style will often show itself on the outside too.

    Lots of times superficialities are all we have to go by at first, until we really get to know the person better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Do not confuse people you do not know !

    You confused me back in time alright
    I'm terribly sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Yeah what's going on in a person's head is more important concerning their type, but someone's mental state and style will often show itself on the outside too.

    Lots of times superficialities are all we have to go by at first, until we really get to know the person better.
    What is the point of assigning a type (which is based on cognitive processes) to someone if you only have superficialities to go by?

    That's just useless confirmation bias.

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    That's only one of several methods. I only use F.A. as a backup.

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