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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebe View Post
    I like Socionics better but MBTI ruined me so that my mind isn't a blank state when I try to understand Socionics and keeps trying to make connections when there may not be any (!). Why would they use the same letters/system for each "type"! Should have just kept it IEI/EII or whatever. Jeesuz.

    My features are round and soft...
    Like a teddy bear! :-)

    Ha. Do you have narrow or large eyes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I fit the socionics ISTp in many ways. Down to the ex-delinquent past, evaluating nature, the (admittedly) difficulty with emotions, oval face.. Hell, I have the one sided smile in my photo album hah. I'd still call myself kind of borderline Fi/Ti in MBTI, but then... in socionics that's accounted for too apparently. All types have every function playing out in some way there.

    That somatotype guy mentioned above thought I was ISTP or INTP as well, but I had to argue with him out of principle. He had a bad definition of Fi.
    You look eerily familiar... But I saw another commented with the same. Maybe you just have one of those looks.

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    Don't know my Socionics type...I'll find out later.

    I don't relate to either ExTP, except possibly the solid figure of the ESTP. I've always been in shape, for the most part.

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    My nose is somewhat aquiline, but it doesn't normally apear that large.

    My ISFP friend fits the thing pretty well.

    My INTP friend doesn't fit at all.

    My INFP friend doesn't have wide or squinty eyes and doesn't smile that much (she's a bit cynical, but I'd still type her INFP I think).
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    "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."

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    No.

    I've decided that saying people look like their type is basically like racism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingenue View Post

    Then can you look like your socionics type?
    Yes, but the descriptions aren't absolute. I would also say that they are flimsy tools for typing people and wouldn't recommend them. There are many other factors that effect soma-"type" other than personality type.

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    I'm a socionics INTj and I don't look much like the way they describe it. I'm not exactly or thin or angular for starters.
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