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  • Plain Jane- No makeup whatsoever

    12 16.90%
  • Natural- A little blush, gloss and mascara

    27 38.03%
  • I like makeup as long as it's applied correctly and she doesn't look like Courtney Love

    19 26.76%
  • The sluttier the better! I love Pammy Anderson!

    3 4.23%
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  1. #141
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I think people are afraid that they'll be obliterated if they alter themselves.
    Or perhaps it could be that some people really are that dull lol

    Well I dunno actually. I think it's more a fear that you're obliterating yourself when you make those changes. In actual fact, all you're obliterating is the 'you' that they've gotten used to. They erroneously think that what they're looking at right now is you, but it's not, it's just one part - the changes are you, they're what you're all about, not any one particular look. By making those changes you're being more you than ever, and if forced to stop making them, that would obliterate you.

    btw, my younger sister had a mohawk too, and she's ENFJ Her and my other sister couldn't be more different - one super conservative and vanilla, the other... well, she's just different, that's all. Like me... and yet so not like me! LOL

    edit - if you're a strong enough person, a person with real charisma, who can pack a punch (metaphorically), then the essence of who you are easily remains visible throughout any physical changes. It's a bit like I remember someone saying over at INTPc a while back about people's avatars - some are fused in readers' minds to their avatar, some don't match their avatar, whilst others have established a strong enough personality to still be 'them' through any avatar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Or perhaps it could be that some people really are that dull lol
    hahahah, that would be sad, wouldn't it?!

    Well I dunno actually. I think it's more a fear that you're obliterating yourself when you make those changes. In actual fact, all you're obliterating is the 'you' that they've gotten used to. They erroneously think that what they're looking at right now is you, but it's not, it's just one part - the changes are you, they're what you're all about, not any one particular look.
    I see what you mean. In a sense they could be frightened that YOU will no longer be you once the smoke clears. I guess that's a natural response, in many ways - especially those who aren't first-hand privy to the change in progress. It's not their moment of evolution and therefore may be terribly scary for them. That's very understandable. Being on the outside makes it hard to "trust the process".


    By making those changes you're being more you than ever, and if forced to stop making them, that would obliterate you.
    Astutely and succinctly put. I'll take that with me today. Food for thought.


    btw, my younger sister had a mohawk too, and she's ENFJ
    hahah, oh geez, we run in packs! lol! Glad to see I'm perhaps acting more on a collective ENFJ consciousness than I first thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Heh, see, that's my kinda gal

    If I'd been him, I'd have encouraged you and said stuff like "Have you tried blue hair? I think it'd suit you, go on, give it a go!"


    and that is what makes you an ENTP!!!!! They are like that. My entp is trying to get me to go red, trying to get me to just try it all and get attention, oh how he loves attention. Go big or go home is his motto, and he's a doer never a watcher never a fence rider it's all or nothing. He doesn't get me, I am slow to warm up a watcher ever cautious, yet once you're in I am a barrel of fun


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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    and that is what makes you an ENTP!!!!! They are like that. My entp is trying to get me to go red, trying to get me to just try it all and get attention, oh how he loves attention. Go big or go home is his motto, and he's a doer never a watcher never a fence rider it's all or nothing. He doesn't get me, I am slow to warm up a watcher ever cautious, yet once you're in I am a barrel of fun


    Oh no, no, I'm not like that at all, not like your husband. Please don't paint all ENTP's with that brush!!! From what else you've told me about the guy he sounds as different to me as anything can be!

    I would NEVER try to get someone to do that, for whom it wasn't them already.

    I mean, I wouldn't TRY to 'get' someone to do anything, anyway, of that kind. When I might've said it to someone like PP, it would've been a suggestion, one tailored for who I know she is. I wouldn't have suggested it to you, if I could see it wasn't the kind of suggestion you'd appreciate or willingly take up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    and that is what makes you an ENTP!!!!! They are like that. My entp is trying to get me to go red, trying to get me to just try it all and get attention, oh how he loves attention. Go big or go home is his motto, and he's a doer never a watcher never a fence rider it's all or nothing. He doesn't get me, I am slow to warm up a watcher ever cautious, yet once you're in I am a barrel of fun


    Heehee. If someone told me to go big or go home I'd say "I can go home now?? Oh good! I'm in the middle of a book and I'm ready to get these shoes off."
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Heehee. If someone told me to go big or go home I'd say "I can go home now?? Oh good! I'm in the middle of a book and I'm ready to get these shoes off."
    Precisely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Heehee. If someone told me to go big or go home I'd say "I can go home now?? Oh good! I'm in the middle of a book and I'm ready to get these shoes off."

    lol you rock cafe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Oh no, no, I'm not like that at all, not like your husband. Please don't paint all ENTP's with that brush!!! From what else you've told me about the guy he sounds as different to me as anything can be!

    I would NEVER try to get someone to do that, for whom it wasn't them already.

    I mean, I wouldn't TRY to 'get' someone to do anything, anyway, of that kind. When I might've said it to someone like PP, it would've been a suggestion, one tailored for who I know she is. I wouldn't have suggested it to you, if I could see it wasn't the kind of suggestion you'd appreciate or willingly take up.


    oops sorry

    I suppose I should tell you that I was a bit different when he met me... more of an ESFJ I would say,, I was masking myself to protect myself. I think he really liked me as an esfj but as I have grown and accepted me more it's clear that I have been and always will be an enfp.............
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    Why does targo's husband sound like a dyed-in-the-wool ESTP?
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    I prefer my women to have no unnatural physical additions. No makeup, hair dye, tattoos, piercings or other body modifications. Just tidy up and be done with it.

    (and no, I do not like hairy sasquatch women)

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