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    Brace yourself for another gloating about EIIs thread, but I will be brief:


    How EIIs sit (I'm mostly commenting on the women), is simply yummy. I would be really boastful and say "how they sit around me", but, just how the sit in general. With younger girls (around my age) they seem to do something with their legs - depending on the situation. One leg up, two legs up, whatever. With older girls / women, they can sit more traditionally, but still, how they hold themselves, the position of their back, how they use there arms, it is something about them. It stands out. If you pay attention when a female EII sits with her knees to her chest, it is different than other types of women. Each type has its own take on postures I'm sure. But EII posture is very notable (to me).

    It is a fine line between being relaxed and feminine, but also, in need of .
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    I dunno if posture is strongly correlated with type.
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    maybe it's the general "infantile" thing he's responding to?
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    I wouldn't worry about wondering in this thread fits in with socionics formality, because it does not - not very much at least.


    I would not say "infantiles in general", because, EP infantiles do not strike me in the same way, and I notice a fair amount of distance between the two IJs. In terms of subtleties, an ENFp and an INFj are noticeably different - rationality, patterns of movement, energy vibe, use of eyes, ability to sit still, etc.

    but whatever.

    I'm not going to "prove" that INFjs are yummy because of their posture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    I'm not going to "prove" that INFjs are yummy because of their posture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    I wouldn't worry about wondering in this thread fits in with socionics formality, because it does not - not very much at least.


    I would not say "infantiles in general", because, EP infantiles do not strike me in the same way, and I notice a fair amount of distance between the two IJs. In terms of subtleties, an ENFp and an INFj are noticeably different - rationality, patterns of movement, energy vibe, use of eyes, ability to sit still, etc.

    but whatever.

    I'm not going to "prove" that INFjs are yummy because of their posture.
    Can you explain the difference between ENFP's posture and INFJ? What kinds of patterns? What does the energy vibe between the two feel like? I am curious, because I don't think I actually understand how to recognize an ENFP.
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    EPs are vastly different from IJs. If you want to recognize them, ask the ENFps here, they can probably tell you better than I can.

    But EP personal energy is much different than IJ personal energy. EJ is different, they both have a certain restlessness to them.

    IJ energy is extremely placid, particularly Se polr. Se creatives can have a tenseness to them, at times, that is much different.

    EPs can be quite of course, but they seem to have a more ... "out there" nature, in regard to ENFps.


    I actually know a case where an ENFp is less outgoing, basically, than one INFj I know. I'd say one thing to look for is the difference in uneasiness between ENFp and INFj. What is more bothersome to each one. INFjs don't like constant movement, and seem better apt at sitting in one place for a while. EPs are sort of the opposite.

    ---- that's very brief, and a shoddy set of descriptions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    EPs are vastly different from IJs. If you want to recognize them, ask the ENFps here, they can probably tell you better than I can.

    But EP personal energy is much different than IJ personal energy. EJ is different, they both have a certain restlessness to them.

    IJ energy is extremely placid, particularly Se polr. Se creatives can have a tenseness to them, at times, that is much different.

    EPs can be quite of course, but they seem to have a more ... "out there" nature, in regard to ENFps.


    I actually know a case where an ENFp is less outgoing, basically, than one INFj I know. I'd say one thing to look for is the difference in uneasiness between ENFp and INFj. What is more bothersome to each one. INFjs don't like constant movement, and seem better apt at sitting in one place for a while. EPs are sort of the opposite.

    ---- that's very brief, and a shoddy set of descriptions.

    Ok I get it. Thanks.
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    my INFj friend was just saying how she has a lot of "nervous" gestures. I hadn't noticed, but she does. She'll wring her hands, shake her arms around in a kinda strange way, adjust her hair and necklace more often than needed, etc. I hadn't noticed, but when she mentioned it, she is extremely fidgety. I can be fidgety at times, but usually am more calm actually. She sits very upright, not relaxed at all. I've never really see her in a "chillin" posture. She fusses with things a lot too, as in, re-folding a blanket that doesn't really need folding, etc.

    I think ENFPs can have more of a lazy body language. I have good posture, but sometimes I enjoy slouching if I'm on a couch or something comfy. I think INFJs sit straight kinda regardless.

    I'm totally picturing an ESTj and INFj sitting with perfect posture on a big comfy couch. Where as an ISTP and ENFP would like, mesh w/ with couch's slouchy-ness.
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