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    Quote Originally Posted by Agee The Great View Post
    Nobody here...besides me, seems to know what SLE is except for maybe Maritsa.

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    I'm still not very good at this, but I'll try:

    1. Some Fi valuer, introvert probably.
    2. SLE
    3. IEE
    4. ILE

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    They look like whores. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinocchio View Post
    Are you crazy? That one is the only one I'm sure of: Gamma - probably ILI.
    Of course I might be wrong, but his attitude for the picture tells me everything.
    Tbh, I just saw that eh looked like some member around here who self-types as ILE, that I saw his picture a few months back when I signed up (I don't remember who it was), so I'd figured he could be an ILE too.

    But this is interesting; could you expound a little why you think he is gamma?

    EDIT: I am bored, so I am going to try typing the ladies as well:

    1. Left lady - IEE, middle lady LSI.

    2. First lady, SLI, second lady IEI (oops, I think they are the same)

    3. First lady, EIE, second lady SEE.

    4. First Lady: I think she is the same EIE, from 3, no?
    Second lady: No idea. SEI maybe?
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    I didn't make a serious study, but I find Te/Fi types look in different pictures having more consistency, Gamma excelling in this, while Merry types sometimes look like different persons.
    It appears to me that Deltas somehow "force" themselves to look relaxed, indifferent (like "yeah, whatever") about the pose, compared to Gammas who show it obviously they pay attention.
    Hmm, I see. But he seems pretty spontaneous to me. I've noticed that thing about deltas too... it's one of the reasons I still think the lady we argued over the other day is delta (instead of IEI which is what everyone was saying). But this dude in picture 4... he doesn't strike me as that serious or controlled. Also, he doesn't seem like he keeps his emotions hidden (compare him to specimen #1). He's like saying; "Hey, look; I'm funny!", and it does seem natural. The ILIs I've seen (assuming I've typed them correctly) are more stiff, rarely ever smile, if they do it's almost always because it is something that has genuinely made them laugh, etc. They tend to smirk, however. They also have a detached/dreamy quality that I feel that man is lacking.

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    last one is IEE. blondey is probably EII, LII, definitely an Ne type, but which? bad haircut guy is hard to type but i think gamma. possibly isfj? reminds me of bardia. the third guy is kind of nondescript looking but i think he is an alpha type, maybe ILE.
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    Thanks for the input so far!

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    bad haircut guy is hard to type but i think gamma. possibly isfj? reminds me of bardia.
    Quote Originally Posted by xkj220 View Post
    1. Some Fi valuer, introvert probably.
    I think he's Fi-ego, and introvert seems more likely than extrovert. We have similar interests but something always seems kind of off-kilter, which I've ascribed to Fe/Fi divide - usually I can get people excited in conversations, but he's immune to Fe or something (Fe-ignoring?).


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    2. SLE
    Quote Originally Posted by heath View Post
    probably EII, LII, definitely an Ne type, but which?
    I'm pretty sure he's logical based on my interactions with him, and alpha or beta based on the people he hangs out with (loud, drunk parties). But beyond that, I still have no idea. The reason I think he might not be Se-PoLR is that he's very direct when correcting people, and the way he laughs at people is also kind of direct (my descriptions are really terrible, aren't they).

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    3. IEE
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    the third guy is kind of nondescript looking but i think he is an alpha type, maybe ILE.
    I think he's definitely Fe-valuing, the photos don't quite capture how utterly goofy he is. He's a bit of a clown, so ILE seems likely, but then his Fe-HA would have to be through the roof.

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    Are you crazy? That one is the only one I'm sure of: Gamma - probably ILI.
    Of course I might be wrong, but his attitude for the picture tells me everything.
    I tried to get pictures that reflected what they were like normally, and he's generally that smiley all the time, so I don't think ILI is likely, though not impossible. I've only ruled out beta for him, leaning alpha/delta. His general demeanour is "good-natured" - in fact, he's almost the definition of "good-natured".

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    last one is IEE.
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    4. ILE
    I think IEE is possible, but then he really likes to discover out how things work, which seems anti Ti-PoLR to me. ILE is possible, but I'm not sure.


    Haha, all this is so vague... It's so hard to type people you know too well, it's all coloured with my impressions of them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Agee The Great View Post
    Nobody here...besides me, seems to know what SLE is except for maybe Maritsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xkj220 View Post
    3. First lady, EIE
    I currently think she's ESE-Fe, but definitely Fe-leading.
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    Nobody here...besides me, seems to know what SLE is except for maybe Maritsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    They look like whores. .
    You're probably right...
    Quote Originally Posted by Agee The Great View Post
    Nobody here...besides me, seems to know what SLE is except for maybe Maritsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    hah, that's a good way to put it. i feel the same with EXIs.
    Yeah, I find that my strongest and most constant impression of someone is how they respond to Fe:

    Fe-bases - they project it, so I feel like I don't need to actively give emotional cues at all
    Fe-creatives - they give me cues, I give them cues, the conversation moves along very slowly and we both seem to expect the other one to contribute more than they are, until a certain level of familiarity is reached and we take turns steering the emotional flow
    Fe-PoLR - they respond, but never in an appropriate manner (too loud, too personal, killing the buzz)
    Fe-DS - I never really know until I suspect someone is Fe-DS, then I feed them emotional cues and they seem to pounce on them and go for a bit, then stop dead and expect more. Fe-vampires!
    Fe-HA - once you get to know them, they seem to put on little shows, sort of clowning around, trying to get a reaction - if you deflate them, they get a bit disheartened and move onto the next person
    Fe-demonstrative - I steer the conversation one way, they go off on a whim of their own

    I haven't really figured out Fe-role yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Agee The Great View Post
    Nobody here...besides me, seems to know what SLE is except for maybe Maritsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octopuslove View Post
    Yeah, I find that my strongest and most constant impression of someone is how they respond to Fe:

    Fe-bases - they project it, so I feel like I don't need to actively give emotional cues at all
    Fe-creatives - they give me cues, I give them cues, the conversation moves along very slowly and we both seem to expect the other one to contribute more than they are, until a certain level of familiarity is reached and we take turns steering the emotional flow
    Fe-PoLR - they respond, but never in an appropriate manner (too loud, too personal, killing the buzz)
    Fe-DS - I never really know until I suspect someone is Fe-DS, then I feed them emotional cues and they seem to pounce on them and go for a bit, then stop dead and expect more. Fe-vampires!
    Fe-HA - once you get to know them, they seem to put on little shows, sort of clowning around, trying to get a reaction - if you deflate them, they get a bit disheartened and move onto the next person
    Fe-demonstrative - I steer the conversation one way, they go off on a whim of their own

    I haven't really figured out Fe-role yet.
    this is interesting. i'm going to think about how people respond to Ti.

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    those who are easily shocked.....should be shocked more often

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    Hmm, I did better than I had expected.

    Quote Originally Posted by octopuslove
    Yeah, I find that my strongest and most constant impression of someone is how they respond to Fe:

    Fe-bases - they project it, so I feel like I don't need to actively give emotional cues at all
    Fe-creatives - they give me cues, I give them cues, the conversation moves along very slowly and we both seem to expect the other one to contribute more than they are, until a certain level of familiarity is reached and we take turns steering the emotional flow
    Fe-PoLR - they respond, but never in an appropriate manner (too loud, too personal, killing the buzz)
    Fe-DS - I never really know until I suspect someone is Fe-DS, then I feed them emotional cues and they seem to pounce on them and go for a bit, then stop dead and expect more. Fe-vampires!
    Fe-HA - once you get to know them, they seem to put on little shows, sort of clowning around, trying to get a reaction - if you deflate them, they get a bit disheartened and move onto the next person
    Fe-demonstrative - I steer the conversation one way, they go off on a whim of their own

    I haven't really figured out Fe-role yet.

    I find this very interesting, and I'm going to describe my attitude to Fe; I barely tolerate Fe coming from other people. I seem to only like Fe when:

    1. I am the one producing it.
    2. It comes from a Fi valuing individual, and only if I can sense that it stems from a Fi bond (or attempt to form one).

    Rarely -- if ever, I like it coming from a Fe valuing type (especially LSI). Except perhaps when I believe it is a genuine concern to raise the spirits for the people involved. I value people who are able to create and sustain a pleasant atmosphere, like I'm pretty sure that ExE lady in the pictures is, mainly because it's easier to gets things done that way, and also because it can be fun.



    Erm.. I am curious; which one of the ladies was you (if any) ?

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    Fe role=expressing feelings that "should" be expressed or are "appropriate" to the situation. going w the main stream emotional flow.

    how they'd respond? go w the flow i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xkj220 View Post
    Hmm, I did better than I had expected.
    You did pretty well, if my type opinions are anything to go by - but I'm so confused about all their types that my opinion is pretty worthless.


    Quote Originally Posted by xkj220 View Post
    Erm.. I am curious; which one of the ladies was you (if any) ?
    None of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blaze View Post
    Fe role=expressing feelings that "should" be expressed or are "appropriate" to the situation. going w the main stream emotional flow.

    how they'd respond? go w the flow i think.
    In my experience this is correct, but it isn't that obvious, to me - it's just like talking to someone I don't know very well, of any type. The other Fe positions are really obvious to me after I know the person for some time (so I have no problems telling apart LXI and XLE if I get to spend enough time with someone).
    Quote Originally Posted by Agee The Great View Post
    Nobody here...besides me, seems to know what SLE is except for maybe Maritsa.

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