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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numbers View Post
    It's probably about as accurate as drawing letters from a hat, but what the hell. I'd actually like to know how they got their answer.

    Your result for The Myers-Briggs Physiognomy, or Personality-by-Facial-Features Test by TheDreamHazer ...

    INFP
    50% Extroverted, 40% Sensing, 36% Thinking, 59% Perceiving

    You are idealistic, loyal to your values and to people who are important to you. You want an external life that is congruent with your values. Curious, quick to see possibilities, you can be catalysts for implementing ideas. You seek to understand people and to help them fulfill their potential. You are also adaptable, flexible, and accepting unless a value is threatened. Famous INFPs: The Virgin Mary, Amy Tan, Homer and Lisa Kudrow. (Courtesy of myersbriggs.org)
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    Hmm, turns out it was right after all ;p IT SEES ALL!

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    INFP
    46% Extroverted, 47% Sensing, 50% Thinking, 71% Perceiving

    You are idealistic, loyal to your values and to people who are important to you. You want an external life that is congruent with your values. Curious, quick to see possibilities, you can be catalysts for implementing ideas. You seek to understand people and to help them fulfill their potential. You are also adaptable, flexible, and accepting unless a value is threatened. Famous INFPs: The Virgin Mary, Amy Tan, Homer and Lisa Kudrow. (Courtesy of myersbriggs.org)

    Though for the record, I became quite pissed having to re-take the test twice to get results.
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    Haha I got ESFJ
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    INTJ
    35% Extroverted, 28% Sensing, 68% Thinking, 47% Perceiving

    I have the face of an INTJ? I'm horrified!
    Never postpone for tomorrow that which you can blow off entirely. -Me

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    It was very close (even the percentages), minus the P, of course (I do have a definite J preference, though I think my P is quite well-developed too.).

    INFP

    42% Extroverted, 44% Sensing, 46% Thinking, 53% Perceiving
    You are idealistic, loyal to your values and to people who are important to you. You want an external life that is congruent with your values. Curious, quick to see possibilities, you can be catalysts for implementing ideas. You seek to understand people and to help them fulfill their potential. You are also adaptable, flexible, and accepting unless a value is threatened. Famous INFPs: The Virgin Mary, Amy Tan, Homer and Lisa Kudrow.

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    Not bad.

    I scored ISTP

    You are tolerant and flexible, and a quiet observer until a problem appears. Then you act quickly to find workable solutions. You analyze what makes things work and readily get through large amounts of data to isolate the core of practical problems. Interested in cause and effect, you organize facts using logical principles and value efficiency. Famous ISTPs: Tom Cruise, James Dean, Clint Eastwood, and Burt Reynolds. (Courtesy of myersbriggs.org)
    Speak Truthfully, Act Righteously

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    It seems I look like I care, something to exploit methinks; INFJ

    42% Extraverted, 47% Sensing, 46% Thinking, 50% Perceiving

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    ENTJ. Lol.

    54% Extroverted, 44% Sensing, 64% Thinking, 50% Perceiving

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    INFJ...

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    INTJ

    46% Extroverted, 40% Sensing, 54% Thinking, 47% Perceiving

    Perfect fit. Really close on all though.
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