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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    What is the point of assigning a type (which is based on cognitive processes) to someone if you only have superficialities to go by?

    That's just useless confirmation bias.
    Not much, besides some kind of personal satisfaction and a sense of knowing your social surroundings better.

    Superficialities are just clues, albeit one of the weaker ones, into getting to know someone's personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
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    I took that as he uses "fuck all" as a backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I'm sure there were a lot of non-ESFJ's and the like I over looked... because since ESFJ's and ESFP's dominate the other types of girls might somehow blend in and maybe even try to act like their girl peers.

    What would tell me a girl wasn't that type, is if at a party or something she was hanging with some oddball group of people, no makeup, a little artsy or emo looking..
    Looking artsy or emo, to me at least, suggests a higher-than-usual preoccupation with appearance. While that may fly for certain NF types who are trying to make a social statement or something, I certainly wouldn't put that much thought or effort into what I looked like. Just fixing oneself up enough to blend in with the crowd takes little effort or thought by comparison.

    And don't forget the whole "mirroring" phenomenon that is supposedly an attribute of NT-ness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Looking artsy or emo, to me at least, suggests a higher-than-usual preoccupation with appearance. While that may fly for certain NF types who are trying to make a social statement or something, I certainly wouldn't put that much thought or effort into what I looked like. Just fixing oneself up enough to blend in with the crowd takes little effort or thought by comparison.

    And don't forget the whole "mirroring" phenomenon that is supposedly an attribute of NT-ness.

    Yeah, I've definitely seen some artsy/emo-dressing types who are about as normal as you can get. I go to shows sometimes and it's like a convention of people who are dressed to the nines in artsy gear but are more interested in showing themselves off and being seen than paying any attention to the music. The way someone's acting will definitely help discern between those who dress a certain way to fit in to an atmosphere or those who do so to make a statement/are really wanting to be different out of some idealistic goal....

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    The thing about how it seems like Ns would dress... they wouldn't look like they had any clique alignment, like very preppy or very goth or anything, but I'm guessing that they might continue to wear clothes that were out of style a few years ago because they still had them and they hadn't worn out, wearing minimal accessories, clothes sort of matching but not quite, keeping typical choices to things that would match anything (no strange-colored pants that only go with specific things, etc)...

    Not quite so bad as the 'no matching socks' phenomenon, but similar, just more subtle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    No, but if or how much makeup a girl wears could be indicative of some things. On average, a SF women might be more likely to wear makeup, or a large amount of makeup, compared to an NT women.
    Not necessarily. I'm definitely an NT woman, and I actually enjoy playing around a bit with makeup. I usually wear it unless I'm going to the gym or something. I think everyone expects NT women to look like Janeane Garafalo.

    re: the hanging out in packs thing, I don't really have any ESFJ friends, but my NFJ and NFP friends like makeup, too, and they wouldn't fit your template, either. If you want to know what someone's like, you'll just have to talk to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I KNEW #14 was an INFP!!
    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    The thing about how it seems like Ns would dress... they wouldn't look like they had any clique alignment, like very preppy or very goth or anything, but I'm guessing that they might continue to wear clothes that were out of style a few years ago because they still had them and they hadn't worn out, wearing minimal accessories, clothes sort of matching but not quite, keeping typical choices to things that would match anything (no strange-colored pants that only go with specific things, etc)...

    Not quite so bad as the 'no matching socks' phenomenon, but similar, just more subtle.
    that's how I dress. why stop wearing something cuz it's no longer in style? if it fits and is comfortable why not?
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