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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    most people when gain a lot of weight become a bit pear shaped. It HAS to go somewhere...
    maybe you're right. i think my mom is like that come to think of it. i just had an old pic in my previous post but deleted it (not the greatest shot of her..she's frowning or something). may as well put it here again. link. my half bro is clearly meso.. but he gets that tank like build from my mom. she looks kind of endo there. me, i would be istp-ish by all of these estimates. that all said, they're tougher, and more abrasive T's than i could be (STJ, not sure).

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    I don't think three body shapes can really be specific enough to say anything, even if the theory had some merit.

    Also, I'm not at all an ectomorph despite being ISTP. I guess I'm closest to mesomorph or maybe endomorph, depending what the exact definition is, google tells me various things. I'm normal weight.
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    I am meso and when I gain weight I don't become anything like my endo friends. I kind of gain weight "everywhere" while they seem to keep relatively thin legs and arms

    maybe you're right. i think my mom is like that come to think of it. i just had an old pic in my previous post but deleted it (not the greatest shot of her..she's frowning or something). may as well put it here again. link. my half bro is clearly meso.. but he gets that tank like build from my mom. she looks kind of endo there. me, i would be istp-ish by all of these estimates. that all said, they're tougher, and more abrasive T's than i could be (STJ, not sure).
    my build is like your brothers'
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    yeah i guess i'm more endo...i seem to really only gain weight in my hips and ass...definitely not a round person.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychdigg View Post
    This chart is meaningless
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
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    we dont need to throw it right away before exploring it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I am meso and when I gain weight I don't become anything like my endo friends. I kind of gain weight "everywhere" while they seem to keep relatively thin legs and arms
    then I am meso too bc i also gain everywhere equally. My sister is mix of endo-ecto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    we dont need to throw it right away before exploring it.
    Typology by body type can be fun, but it's bullshit writ large. There's no way our body types actually influence our personality.
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    i'm a pure ectomorph except i have pretty broad shoulders, and the personality traits describe me very well but i doubt it'll do that for everyone.

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    What about Blob types? They're a little off the charts, don'tcha think?


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