What are some visible differences between (MALE) INFP & INFJ?

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    What are some visible differences between (MALE) INFP & INFJ?

    What are some visible differences between (MALE) INFP & INFJ according to your experience?

    Thanks.



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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Fe vs. Fi. INFJs, I believe, tend be more animated and expressive with their face whereas INFPs tend to internalise their feelings more often than not.

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    Visible differences? That's not the way it works. The MBTI is about how you process information. You wont generally be able to tell just by looking at someone that they're a certain type. It would be like going into the main airport in London and trying to guess where everyone is from.

    As ZZ10 says, INFJs can be more expressive when they get going. But may hold back with people they're not comfortable with so that's hard to use accurately.

    You can't just look at someone's facial features or clothes and say "INFJ / INFP"
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    INFJ - The Protectors


    I would say the INFJ male might look more dreamy or deep in thought while INFP male might look more down to earth.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I usually differentiate INFJs from INFPs based on their way of communication more than by visual cues. However I've found infj males can be more animated easily than the infps.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I think INFJs respond to questions faster, more tersely, and more bluntly...?

    I don't know introverted guy feelers though.
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    INFPs have bigger dicks.
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    OK, let's see the "evidence". ;-)
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    I'm the bloke on the couch, nuff said.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    male INFJs are feminine INTJs.
    They are dicks with a soft side.










    Please don't burn me fellow INFJs, and INTJs.



    Quote Originally Posted by OrchestraInside View Post
    INFPs have bigger dicks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    OK, let's see the "evidence". ;-)

    500px-01-how-about-no-bear.jpg to both.
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