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  • I am an N and wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    45 54.88%
  • I am an N and I do not wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    27 32.93%
  • I am an S and wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    7 8.54%
  • I am an S and I do not wear glasses and/or contact lenses.

    3 3.66%
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    This is the most funny effort trying to figure out the connection between personality traits and physical traits (so far).

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    I've been myopic since I was 6 years old.

    My number is very high, I currently have a power of -8 in both eyes. I used to be rather unhappy about my thick glasses when I was about 14 years old, but I've been wearing contact lenses for a few years now. I wear them all the time, naturally.

    I can barely see anything without my lenses or glasses. I'm so shortsighted I have to practically put my nose to a page to read it. Everything looks happy and blurry without my lenses on. It's like being on drugs.

    I can't imagine why there'd be a correlation about type and glasses.

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    20-20 vision here. I figure if N's live in their heads too much, they lose their eyesight? But with my experience, nah. Perhaps we should bring our parents into the equation? Taking type into consideration too?
    What a waste of life..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishida View Post
    20-20 vision here. I figure if N's live in their heads too much, they lose their eyesight? But with my experience, nah. Perhaps we should bring our parents into the equation? Taking type into consideration too?
    Well it could be that some eyesight deterioration is hereditary. My entire immediate family wears glasses, my father is farsighted like his mother. I'm nearsighted like my mother and brother.
    "I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference."

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnivera View Post
    That's probably true. I'm guilty of the contacts>glasses bit. And I've worn glasses since I was 5.
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    I wear both. IxTP? I imagine not liking the feeling of this thing on your face should do it. That or being klutzy enough to destroy the glasses with regular wear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Well, of course not. You have to take them off to sleep.
    Touche, Hap.

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    Is 20:80 vision really "needing" glasses?

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    ISTP, 20/10 vision.
    I-95%, S-84%, T-89%, P-84%

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    20/6.

    I win.
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    If I may veer off topic here -- then what is an intuitive? Why are so many of the people here sensors who think they're intuitive?
    Because N is clearly greater than S.

    What a silly question. Are you a rabbit?
    we fukin won boys

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