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    Makes total sense to me, and seems to be validated by my life experience. You're going to send messages via your face as to how accessible or attractive you want to be, whether you're concerned or not, etc. Of course it's going to change depending on the circumstances, but overall.... For example, my so/sx husband typically looks pleasant, fun/energetic, and approachable while I typically look like I'm intensely zeroing in on someone or something, kind of trying to pull in or devour with my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Whoa I used to have that same jack kerouac quote in my sig! That's a trip kinda... Isn't it?
    That is! I guess ENFP sx/sp's have good taste in sigs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwace View Post
    I've seen that link, it seems that:

    - so firsts have wide and friendly eyes
    - sp firsts have alert eyes
    - sx firsts have smoldering eyes.

    Depending on the second instinct the intensity of what I have mentioned above changes. Like sx/so have smoldering eyes but softened by the social friendliness or whatever. If it makes sense.
    Your inference skills are brilliant; I need to find a picture of my eyes in a neutral state to see if this is true.

    Couldn't find any totally neutral but here's what I found:

    http://goo.gl/iE60P
    http://puu.sh/12clW

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    i know a lady named @MDP2525. she is sx/sp and has the look. it may have some merits.
    Oh, its
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    sx/sp look

    nvm now i think sx/so
    Last edited by sulfit; 10-05-2012 at 12:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Makes total sense to me, and seems to be validated by my life experience. You're going to send messages via your face as to how accessible or attractive you want to be, whether you're concerned or not, etc.
    typology justified shallowness

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    It may seem to be a general trend, but not everyone has exaggerated/apparent expressions like in these photos that are indicators of their instinctual variants. Some people's faces may have more subtle looks in comparison to what's been computer generated here. It's useful for quickly typing someone, fun to think of, but I'm hesitant to say that this is completely true. Would need more research done on it.
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    This whole thing of making up descriptions based on the sx/sp/so system (which is a theory in itself, rather than anything actually shown to exist empirically/quantitavely) is like building theory upon another theory, increasing the odds geometrically that the result is just complete fabrication.

    And then adding visual pictures onto it? I think in a particular culture that appearance for SOME Mbti types can become a bit cliche, but not for all types; and this trying to guess variant from a still photo seems to be an exercise in subjectivity.
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    I think the whole idea that you can see such things in someone's eyes is amazing... I mean just knowing what it looks like and recognizing it.. It's some serious crazy alien shit man! Haha like the fact that we know what certain dog barks mean or certain baby cries... Body language and facial expressions... It's just the coolest thing.
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