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    Many beleive you can find the type of a person through phisical features. If this is possible, what would be the Jawlines relation? Or any other feature for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qatie:) View Post
    Many beleive you can find the type of a person through phisical features. If this is possible, what would be the Jawlines relation? Or any other feature for that matter.


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    Well, a strong jawline would indicate higher testosterone, thus more inclined to have a masculine personality, at least on the outside. The opposite may be true for small jaws. I don't think physical features can tell you someones type and functions though.

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    If they have cystic acne on their jaw, they're a serial killer.

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    Physiognamy was disproven long ago...

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    Obviously a square jaw and a dimple in the chin indicates an ENTJ. A pointy chin indicates an INTJ. An ENFP is spotted by the continuous and constant movement of their jaws.

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    I don't think it really means anything. Some aspects might be true, but I don't think we are anywhere near being able to identify features and their correlations correctly. So until then we should just let it be intuitive. People have tried to correlate features and body types with zodiac signs, and you know how much credibility that has. Although it (astrology) is a far more advanced system, with far more experience.

    And having a pointy chin doesn't mean you are INTJ. I do, and I'm not. And my ENTJ friend has a pointy chin. My friend who I suspect is INTJ has a more square jaw. This would be easy to dis/prove if we got a lot of photos and grouped them together by type to see if there are any common features, and how common exceptions are.

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    Brody was an ISTJ, Quint an ISTP, Hooper an INTP, the mayor ESTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I don't think it really means anything. Some aspects might be true, but I don't think we are anywhere near being able to identify features and their correlations correctly. So until then we should just let it be intuitive. People have tried to correlate features and body types with zodiac signs, and you know how much credibility that has. Although it (astrology) is a far more advanced system, with far more experience.

    And having a pointy chin doesn't mean you are INTJ. I do, and I'm not. And my ENTJ friend has a pointy chin. My friend who I suspect is INTJ has a more square jaw. This would be easy to dis/prove if we got a lot of photos and grouped them together by type to see if there are any common features, and how common exceptions are.
    It was a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    It was a joke.
    I thought there was some element of joking, but I couldn't figure out how much.

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