Although "cool" is not used that much anymore, there's still that cool factor present in the way most of us think, act, behave, or the way someone expresses their feelings. E.g. you're not cool if you reveal too much too soon. I notice that INFj's have a "cool" factor thing going. They acknowledge their feelings but are very protective and appear quite guarded. They don't feel comfortable asserting themselves too easily or care about being too prominent in a social setting (at least initially). They may start in the background and then assert themselves once they feel more comfortable. But their initial reserve and quiet gives them a noticeable air. So, it's a "don't care what anyone thinks" (even if we feel this way internally) sort of confidence, which may seem "cool" and can be very appealing and intimidating to some, or just purely annoying and overly mysterious to others. However, when they do open up and let themselves go with those they feel comfortable with, they're feelings and expressions of emotions can be quite strong and overwhelming, and they may lose that "cool" factor if it's not kept kept in check (apparently). So, what do you think of this "cool" factor?