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    Well, types barely correspond to appearance, but if I were to use an extreme example...

    If you saw an Emo holding a calculator, and it wasn't in a math class or job, they'd probably be an INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    Well, types barely correspond to appearance, but if I were to use an extreme example...

    If you saw an Emo holding a calculator, and it wasn't in a math class or job, they'd probably be an INTP.
    Emo stereotypically corresponds to the type ISFP.

    Nerds aren't emo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Emo stereotypically corresponds to the type ISFP.

    Nerds aren't emo!
    Aren't they? Well I guess I don't know that much about the emo subculture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amphion View Post
    Meaning you can look at a picture of someone and guess their type? I'd like to see that proven in a prospective, randomized trial with enough enrollment to reach statistical significance.
    To an extent, that has already happened. You see there is a known correlation between physical form and type. If someone is males, it is about 60% probable that they are thinker, where as females are 60% likely to be feelers.

    The important thing to note, is that even with something as fundamental as gender, you still don't get better than a 60% correlation. Even so, I suspect that if you did do a large scale test on other features, especially ones that canbe controlled, you would find some relationship. I just doubt it would be very strong.

    For example, if you did test to see which types are most likely to have tatoos, and found that 35% of people who did where SPs, that would be significant, because SPs only make up 25% of the population. You would then know that people with tatoos where more likely to be SPs, even if it was only a small increase in probability.

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    Hard to spot an INTP besides the detached look... to the sensors they think we are "lost"

    Other than that... could look like anyone

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    Never heard of an INTP Emo to be honest!

    Of course I don't doubt there must be some out there.
    "Of course we spent our money in the good times. That's what you're supposed to do in good times! You can't save money in the good times. Then they wouldn't be good times, they'd be 'preparation for the bad times' times."

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    Never heard of an INTP Emo to be honest!

    Of course I don't doubt there must be some out there.
    What's his name with the AK47 as an avatar that got banned. He could be considered emo, I suppose. :P
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    take the ladies man, athletes, straight A students, EMOs, teacher's pets, geeks, hipsters, musicians, below D average students, all round cool kids, class clowns and bully's out of a class and your left with the INTP lol.....

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    I'm an INTP/INTJ... I don't care in the least how I look; I litterally just grab pants and a shirt then leave. I don't even look at what socks I put on. I could careless if it matched or not. LOL The only time I care is when I think about the weather (sweater for snow, sandals for summer, etc.) and what would be most adiquately comfortable. So, yeah... And I don't care what's ON what I wear... Wether it's an old, torn, paint-splattered shirt or pajama bottoms, or green socks with yellow polka dots (Hey, that rhymes! XD). But, yeah... I don't care, as long as I'm comfortable; I doubt if many INTP/INTJs do this, 'cause so many people (regardless of their type) are embarassed to not care (concidering peer pressure from society)... However, it kinda makes sense to me... INTPs don't might not care what people think of them and what they say about them, so it sounds right to me. XD

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    I am the most beautiful INTP.

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