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    Default Famous 4w3s?

    I can only think of a few

    real life:
    Maria Callas
    Tarja Turunen
    Lady Gaga
    Tess Mattisson
    M.I.A.
    Sherrill Milnes
    Prince
    Alicia Keys
    Jessye Norman
    Michael Jackson
    *notice almost everyone hear I named hear is a singer, if any of you know any 4w3s who aren't singers, please share

    Fictional:
    Kurama (Yu Yu Hakusho)
    Tsuzaku (Yu Yu Hakusho)
    Fai D. Flourite (Tsubasa Chronicle)
    Tamaki (Ouran Host Club)
    Howl (Howl's Moving Castle)

    uncertain
    madonna: possibly 3w4, 3w2 or 7w8
    beyonce
    mariah carey: possibly 3w4
    derek zoolander: possibly 3w4
    wolfram von bielefeld (kyo kara maoh): possibly 3w4 or 8w9
    tsuzuki (descendants of darkness): possibly 7w6 or 9w1
    ren maka (chibi vampire): possibly 3w4, 5w4, or 8w9
    aretha franklin
    Ian McKellen: possibly 9w1, 9w8, 8w9 or 8w7
    Quentin Tarantino: although I'm pretty sure he's an 8
    Enya: possibly 4w5 or 9w1

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    A few disagreements:

    Lady Gaga: 6w7 (Sx/So)
    Alicia Keys: 9w8 (Sx/Sp)
    Madonna: 3w4 (Sx/So)
    Beyonce: 9w8 (Sx/Sp)
    Mariah Carey: 9w8 (Sx/Sp)
    Quentin Tarantino: 7w8 (So/Sx)

    Some others:

    Real:

    Janis Joplin (Sx/Sp)
    Sylvia Plath (Sx/So)
    Edith Piaf (Sx/So)
    Karen O (So/Sx)
    Siouxie Sioux (So/Sx)

    Unreal:

    Buffy (from Buffy The Vampire Slayer)(Sp/So)
    Emma (From Madame Bovary)
    EsTP 6w7 Sx/Sp

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    Michael Jackson's basic desire was to be authentic? How ironic.

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    [youtube=PmZTexychRk]Stephen Fry and Oscar Wilde[/youtube]

    Stephen Fry playing Oscar Wilde - I'm not sure you can get more 4w3 then that.
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    Yes!
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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    "Stereotypes about personality and gender turn out to be fairly accurate: ... On the binary Myers-Briggs measure, the thinking-feeling breakdown is about 30/70 for women versus 60/40 for men." ~ Bryan Caplan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    A few disagreements:

    Lady Gaga: 6w7 (Sx/So)
    Alicia Keys: 9w8 (Sx/Sp)
    Madonna: 3w4 (Sx/So)
    Beyonce: 9w8 (Sx/Sp)
    Mariah Carey: 9w8 (Sx/Sp)
    Quentin Tarantino: 7w8 (So/Sx)

    Some others:

    Real:

    Janis Joplin (Sx/Sp)
    Sylvia Plath (Sx/So)
    Edith Piaf (Sx/So)
    Karen O (So/Sx)
    Siouxie Sioux (So/Sx)

    Unreal:

    Buffy (from Buffy The Vampire Slayer)(Sp/So)
    Emma (From Madame Bovary)
    I have a few points of disgreement as well
    1) how is lady gaga a 6? she is about as far from what people would call "normal" as you can get. she says her biggest motivation was that she was a freak and she wanted an environment where her fans could feel free to be freaks too. her other motivation she admits was being famous, but that's also a desire of a lot of 4w3s
    2) I have a hard time believing Quentin Tarantino is a social instinct variant. all of his characters are self preservation and his movies even make fun of the people who aren't. he seems self preservation as hell in his interviews too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Michael Jackson's basic desire was to be authentic? How ironic.
    Actually... that was his second desire... if ya know what I mean

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