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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiheroComplex View Post
    Thanks! Yeah...because of the boots (which I wear all the time) and because of the fishnets (a far less regular occurrence), people sometimes like to toss out words like "goth" and "emo." I wear whatever I like as long as it reflects me in some way, and that tends to vary widely. I was hesitant to post the pic because it's such an incomplete image of who I am, but it still got the point across and conveniently had the heads chopped off already.

    But yeah. It's a thing. I could be wearing distressed jeans, Mardi Gras beads (my new favorite, apparently), and a fitted t-shirt featuring my favorite team's logo, but as long as those boots are there, people gotta whip out the ol' goth card. My personality is anything but! Haha, oh, well. Anyway, if you're expecting me to look like this girl...



    ...you're gonna be sorely disappointed.

    I do believe he's sp/so, 6w7, yes. I used to think he was 6w5, but it's more probable that his wings are considerably more balanced than I'm used to seeing in people.
    No. When I saw that pic of yours I was thoroughly pleased. You are much more of a beautiful girl than you put on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    No. Only the ones ones on your teeth are ok if you start school with them and they can't have special coloring. Dental grills, fake braces, and retainers aren't allowed in school.

    As a disambigition, braces here refer to suspenders. We call them suspenders here, too…
    …but I heard that internationally, suspenders are called braces.

    Word games are fun…
    …more fun than just straight to the point, anyway…

    Anyway, I don't trick people very often, but practical jokes are still good as a rare treat…
    Hah, the idea of suspenders didn't even cross my mind. I was like, leg braces? No, that would be an even more heinous rule.

    I probably didn't even think of international word meanings after you said Louisiana, but I do love that sort of thing, so thanks for letting me be both the butt of your harmless joke, and the beneficiary of your linguistic play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Wow, I never do this kind of shit to fit in. I guess I just don't give a damn about it. Why do you do it? To get ahead maybe? To be popular? Seriously, why do you do it?
    The way you're saying it makes it sound vapid and fake, lol. I always dress in a way that suits me. I like long, flowing garments... aesthetic details... feminine silhouettes. I never dress in anything that I dislike for the sake of another.

    The social instinct understands "roles" well, I think. A role is not necessarily something different from my identity - it's a permutation of me... a side of me that I specifically want to embody because that is what I need right now to fulfill my life goals and desires. It makes me feel in harmony with the season and the situation, and it puts me in the mindset to act that role well. This Fall, I want to be a dedicated, hardworking University student, so I will dress that part. I will probably wear a plaid skirt and a cardigan and pearls, because I like that sort of outfit and because it's pleasing to me to play that role, as it's an idealization of who I would like to be. Just because it is a role doesn't mean it's fake. It's not an abandonment of self, nor is it a heartless game for social climbing. It's just another way of being who I want to be - it's a very contextualized way of being who I want to be. It's an adjustment of myself as I relate to my environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    @Sanjuro

    Yeah it makes sense that you would dress like that. I've noticed that 4w5's tend to have a very unique style of dress and so do a lot of sx/sp. If you combine them both together, then you basically have a Tim Burton mother fucker on your hands.
    Ha ha. I'm a 4w5 sx/sp and I'm for the most part a pretty boring dresser who hardly even brushes her hair. What I wear is not how I express myself.

    That said, when I was younger I had my periods where I was more out there, appearance-wise. But I also had my months where I lived in the same t-shirt and jeans until they fell apart. No matter what I wear, I'm me, and those who have any interest will still have interest. For the most part, fashion/ clothing/ etc I find to be really disinteresting and a bad judge of a person. That said, there are certain things I hate and refuse to wear because they are too normal and boring, but in comparison to many, my clothes are like a primarily black and gray uniform.

    ps. I don't have a tattoo and I will never get one. I have zero interest, and it's not because I'm scared or too dull for it. Besides, there are plenty of sexual lasts out there with them. There is nothing hardcore or tough or 'edgy' about a tattoo anymore. It's something soccer moms get with their girlfriends on a ladies' night out between sips of diet coke, and it's been that way for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    The way you're saying it makes it sound vapid and fake, lol. I always dress in a way that suits me. I like long, flowing garments... aesthetic details... feminine silhuoettes. I never dress in anything that I dislike for the sake of another.

    The social instinct understands "roles" well, I think. A role is not necessarily something different from my identity - it's a permutation of me... a side of me that I specifically want to embody because that is what I need right now to fulfill my life goals and desires. It makes me feel in harmony with the season and the situation, and it puts me in the mindset to act that role well. This Fall, I want to be a dedicated, hardworking University student, so I will dress that part. I will probably wear a plaid skirt and a cardigan and pearls, because I like that sort of outfit and because it's pleasing to me to play that role, as it's an idealization of who I would like to be. Just because it is a role doesn't mean it's fake. It's not an abandonment of self, nor is it a heartless game for social climbing. It's just another way of being who I want to be - it's a very contextualized way of being who I want to be. It's an adjustment of myself as I relate to my environment.
    Well put. I relate to this, and you expressed it in a way that helped me understand it better. I've stumbled trying to describe this before, and it puts my 'so' into perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    So I've noticed that Sx doms tend to have a very unique sense of both style and dress. This goes especially for the core 7 sx doms as well as the people with a strong 7 wing (8w7's and 6w7's), as well as the people that are core 4's. On the other hand, I've noticed that the sx last people tend to have a much more plain style of dress.

    Now bear in mind these are all very extreme examples of the kind of outfits that people with strong sx wear. All that I am basically trying to say is that the people with strong sx tend to often times dress outlandishly. Now many times they will dress normally as well, and that's also quite common. However, I almost never see a person whom is sx last dress in a very flamboyant or diva-ish way. This seems to be exclusively an sx thing. I've noticed that people that are sx last tend to dress in a very plain style that doesn't really grab attention, like this for example...

    Has anyone else here noticed this?
    Yes, I fit in with that generalization-- I do believe it is a generalization though. People who know me well are used to the way I dress but the only strangers who seem to get it are other creative people, or older gentlemen (depending on the day). I dress predominately in the past (20's, 40's, 50's) but with an industrial element. I do feel that my style is a reflection of myself, which is tough when people write me off as a "June Cleaver" just based on my appearance. I guess that's a 4 issue though-- taking criticism of (what I see as) my art, as a critique of the essence of myself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I've seen So-doms (usually so/sxs) wear weird stuff too, but they're usually copying outfits they've seen on celebrities or on tumblr. Sx weirdness is more spontaneous and original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    Fashion is feeler territory honestly.
    For your reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    The way you're saying it makes it sound vapid and fake, lol. I always dress in a way that suits me. I like long, flowing garments... aesthetic details... feminine silhouettes. I never dress in anything that I dislike for the sake of another.

    The social instinct understands "roles" well, I think. A role is not necessarily something different from my identity - it's a permutation of me... a side of me that I specifically want to embody because that is what I need right now to fulfill my life goals and desires. It makes me feel in harmony with the season and the situation, and it puts me in the mindset to act that role well.
    This, except the way I do it, it's less about harmonizing with the role than topping it, whatever instincts that would suggest. Looking like the most serious and professional student. Taking "student" to as high a level as I can. But however personal it sounds, it has nothing to do with other people, but is an enjoyable competition with the role itself, as a form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    You tend to change yourself in order to please the group and not to offend. This is an Fe thing.
    it's a feeling thing. and it's not just trying to not offend. it's just managing relationships.

    Fe does this differently than Fi. it tries to consider what ways to express the relationship emotionally, whereas the Fi type focuses on how to discern one's own center. both types act. both types can ignore the work to balance their emotional big picture based on what they are willing to feel and what they instead quarantine from their own experience/awareness.

    so types are generally the ones who are most accommodating. accommodating is not strictly an Fe or Fi thing. the split is more about the resources one pulls from to accommodate or not accommodate. Fe can clearly be used to claim the emotional context rather than wait for someone else to decide the meaning. likewise, Fi can be used to define the situation in a way that suggests or prevents the assigning of blame, of reprehensibility. it demands response based on personal factors.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Not to mention that I have yet to ever meet an ENFP whom is Sx last.
    no one thinks they're an so/sp, because everyone desires sex. but they're there. so/sp often have the most obvious co-dependence issues. i've seen many so/sp types mistype as sx/sp, because the instincts are often so poorly understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by small.wonder View Post
    Yes, I fit in with that generalization-- I do believe it is a generalization though. People who know me well are used to the way I dress but the only strangers who seem to get it are other creative people, or older gentlemen (depending on the day). I dress predominately in the past (20's, 40's, 50's) but with an industrial element. I do feel that my style is a reflection of myself, which is tough when people write me off as a "June Cleaver" just based on my appearance. I guess that's a 4 issue though-- taking criticism of (what I see as) my art, as a critique of the essence of myself.
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