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    Senior Member LavenderSoda's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by her-space-holiday View Post
    agreed. it's a little reserved, but you can tell there's a lot going on in those noggins.






    Lavender soda sounds really nice..hm..

    and it might be the picture, or your resemblance to a friend of mine(and I'm fairly positive she's a sensor, too, possibly esfj..you both have a very warm face and your eyes remind me so much of her's) but it's hard to say. I feel like I can tell you're a sensing type - and it may just be because I can't look at your picture without seeing that you are in fact, an ISFJ, but I feel like it's apparent in your expression and how externally focused you look. I feel like N types always look a little distracted by their own thoughts no matter what.

    Someone better at this than I will do you more justice, but when I look at you I think 'warm, intelligent, probably has her shit together' and I think you fit your type well, I could see mistaking you for an extravert from that pic alone, too.
    It took me a very long time to realize I was a sensor. I mean like 3 good years! I first figured I was a sensor when I took a look at my favorite artist, Prince. He's an obvious sensor. We seem to have a similar personality to each other so I thought I was ISFP for a long time. I first typed as INFP.
    I've gone through the types of INFP, ISFP, INFJ, INTJ, INTP and ISFJ. I knew it had to be one of those. INTP was very wrong but I thought I'd include that to show you where I have began at. I really appreciate your sweet comments. I'd love to see a picture of your friend. They say everyone in the world has a twin. I never notice if I am in the here and now. I probably just am. I think I notice when I am in a emotion. It consume me whole as if its the only emotion I had ever felt.

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    Lets see if you can type me:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jadves View Post
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    “sometimes... confused people are funnier, nicer, and more open-minded than non-confused people.” labyrinthine


    6w7 > 1w2 > 4w3


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    Quote Originally Posted by Null View Post
    Type me and my best friend! I'm the one on the left.


    Your friend looks like a typical ESTJ to me
    Work for a cause not for Applause
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    “sometimes... confused people are funnier, nicer, and more open-minded than non-confused people.” labyrinthine


    6w7 > 1w2 > 4w3

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    "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth." Mike Tyson
    “Culture?” says Paul McCartney. “This isn't culture. It's just a good laugh.”

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    Kinda curious what my lovelies (and I) look like. I have a pretty good idea but this is cool.

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    This is not typing by face but typing by the image of a face, that is, typing by picture, typing by selfies.

    What is striking is that the image of a face is almost perfect for hiding the psyche. In fact it is almost impossible to make an image of the psyche with a camera. If discovering our psyche were as easy as taking a picture, there would be no need for psychology, the study of the psyche.

    But we take pictures of ourselves because it is cheap and easy, and hey, everyone does it, so why not us?

    And we are so cheap we believe we can tell the personality type from an image.
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    I'm curious to find out what type I look like:
    me2016.jpg

    And what type my best friend/platonic soulmate looks like:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    As usual, I forgot to add the disclaimer that this isn't me in the picture.
    "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth." Mike Tyson
    “Culture?” says Paul McCartney. “This isn't culture. It's just a good laugh.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
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    “sometimes... confused people are funnier, nicer, and more open-minded than non-confused people.” labyrinthine


    6w7 > 1w2 > 4w3


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