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    A lot of what you guys are doing seem like Ne made-up stories, not Si...I don't think this experiment is going to go very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    She might be pregnant and they are looking at their new house.
    That's just so interesting to me, cuz someone else here said the same sort of thing (triplets).

    To me, there's no connection at all inherent in the look and feel of the picture itself. But maybe there is a connection for Si, where new houses are bought when a family is expanding as part of the family ritual...

    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    A lot of what you guys are doing seem like Ne made-up stories, not Si...I don't think this experiment is going to go very well.
    No, look at what connections they are making...
    It's drawn from practical cultural experience.

    I don't think an NT would ever suggest she might be pregnant, except unless they could see a change in her midsection shape.

    I think we'll see better if something is going on if we look at the narrative/framework from which people are drawing their connections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    A lot of what you guys are doing seem like Ne made-up stories, not Si...I don't think this experiment is going to go very well.

    So what I'm supposed to say is I see is a big stop sign that's blocking the house, the start of a nuclear family (all they need are 1.5 more kids, the dog, and a vinyl fence from Lowe's), some shrubbery that needs a little TLC, and a mustard finish?

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    The "for sale" sign is first and foremost (ouch); the rest of the picture is almost incidental.

    Small family, stock photography-esque set-up. I sense no true affection.

    Bright sunny day, spring / early summer like. Like the greenish-yellow hues, which is why that "for sale" sign is such a nuisance eye-draw.

    It's like being hit on the head with a message, but which one:

    Did they just buy this house, or are they saying goodbye to it? Or did they just spend $$ to get that new stone walkway made to help sell their house?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    That's just so interesting to me, cuz someone else here said the same sort of thing (triplets).

    To me, there's no connection at all inherent in the look and feel of the picture itself. But maybe there is a connection for Si, where new houses are bought when a family is expanding as part of the family ritual...



    No, look at what connections they are making...
    It's drawn from practical cultural experience.

    I don't think an NT would ever suggest she might be pregnant, except unless they could see a change in her midsection shape.

    I think we'll see better if something is going on if we look at the narrative/framework from which people are drawing their connections.

    I see a for sale sign. That's the biggest, most prominent feature of the picture. I also see the family, standing there looking at it. Those 2 details are what stand out to me. I guess that's where my Si ends, and my Ne begins?

    Otherwise it's just describing details- colors, inconsistencies, etc, which wouldn't go too well because the pic's all blurry and you can't make out too much of the background. And that's boring.

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    Looks like For Sale sign is photoshopped in. It is super sharp while background scene is really blurred, but not in the right way for the sign in the foreground to look natural. Background scene looks peaceful and idyllic. I suspect the original photo had no For Sale sign and was meant to look positive but then someone wanted to use the same photo to illustrate something negative or sad, like losing your house, which is why they made the For Sale sign so hyper sharp. Maybe they didn't have much of a budget.
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    hmm . . . looking for something to make an impression on me . . . ignoring the for sale sign . . . holy shit the kid has a stump

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    That's an ugly picture. The sign looks out of place, looks like an advertisement. The ugly sign that's the only thing in focus seems a bit too clean, except of course for the two pieces of grass on the upper right corners of the horizontal pieces of wood (either fell, or was on purpose held against the ground) and the missing color just below the pieces of grass. The tree/bush in the background makes the man's jaw seem very strange. And the man himself appears nerdy because of his hair and shirt. The boy is probably extremely annoying with his blond hair and whiny voice.

    American dream.

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    POOR GUY!

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    That woman has a nice ass. Daddy wants to nail that shit once they get done saying good-bye to the house.

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