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    Default How would you rank the Image-fixes in terms of prevalence?

    My guess would be:

    2w3
    3w2

    (By a significant margin)

    2w1
    3w4
    4w5
    4w3

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    Out of boredom, I thought I'd make a list of 'celebrities' who strike me as being of specific fixes:



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    I don't put much weight into any of these guesses.
    Last edited by Stansmith; 01-07-2014 at 11:42 AM.

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    In personal experience,

    3, 2, 4.

    3w2, 2w3, 2w1, 3w4, 4w5, 4w3.

    No idea how much this correlates to actuality.

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    I'm biased, but very MANY of the people in my family have a 4-fix. On both sides. I think my grandmother has a 2-fix, my aunt has a 3-fix, and my dad has a 3-fix, too. That's all I can think of.

    I can't attest to broader society at large, however. This is one of those things that makes us question how "common" types are, and leaves some people feeling plain and common with others being "special" types. I am leery.

    However, in my experience, the 4s would be the "common" type.

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