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    if you need more examples of people from real life I have some friends and family members who wouldn't mind to fill in some of the underrepresented areas!

    awesome though... and it's the one pic of me on the site where I'm not smiling!

    very fun to flip through and figure out who is what type of those I didn't instantly recognize though
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    woo hoo, representin' the 3s here


    I personally don't see any correlations between anything and anything else, but I'd be interested to see if other people do

    awesome stuff though

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    Very interesting. The only thing I can glean so far though is that extroverts seem more likely to smile for pictures.
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    Great idea!!!
    I don't see many correlations, but it's interesting nonetheless....!

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    good yob

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    Nice! That was an awesome idea, and well executed if I might add
    I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.

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    Interesting - hope you get more people
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    In MBTI's Thinking & Feeling there's a slight difference I can't pin down.
    NFs seem happier than NTs. SPs seem happier still (Especially if you picture Whatever smiling ).

    What other conclusions and ideas come to mind?
    SXs look horny. SPs have a Joker-like smirk, and SOs look downright cold, save for Steph. (and Whatever, if you picture her smiling again ). Odd; maybe I have the variants wrong but I'd expect SPs to be colder than SOs.

    Almost every single Socionics Extrovert is smiling. Most Introverts aren't. I'm guessing Socionics Extroversion is more strongly correlated with being outgoing than MBTI extroversion?
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    I appreatiate the effort you;ve put into this, but I must ask: what is it for? What can a person gain from seeing faces referenced to type? DO you see a pettern here?

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    This may all be in my head, but all the Fs look pretty intense and focused on the camera. The Ts look slightly inconvenienced or distracted.
    I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.

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