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    Gotta admit, I really don't like seeing the icons displayed in those garish colors on the main forum page :x Looks tacky to me.

  2. #112

    I prefer the old listing, as well.

  3. #113

    Quote Originally Posted by zwanglos View Post
    Gotta admit, I really don't like seeing the icons displayed in those garish colors on the main forum page :x Looks tacky to me.
    Same thoughts exactly.

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  5. #114

    I'm not really feeling any of the proposals so far for INFP or INFJ.

    As for INFP, the category to which I belong, any icon that suggests a particular creative or artistic affinity is going to fall flat with me. I can't write a story to save my life. I tried taking a class once, but it didn't help at all. I did come away with the very interesting conviction that my teacher and I probably shared a learning disability, but that's about all I got from it. I very strongly like some music but tend to take it in small doses, and usually for very functional reasons, like improved concentration or something to dance to. I haven't touched my music library for weeks, which is about normal, and feel annoyed when people try to get me to listen to a song.

    I don't mind some of the other suggestions involving fantasy or flowers, but I have to object anyway on behalf of our male INFPs. The perception of INFPs I think is already rather distressingly feminine. Can we find something more inclusive?

    Even though it just a thought, I liked the suggestion of water.

    And for INFJs, my sister is in this category. A heart is not wrong, exactly, but it is really different than anything a person would probably think when meeting her. She is a scientist, and though her motivation is deeply personal and has to do with righting what she sees an an intolerable oversight in society, you might see the evidence of her drive but you would never discover the nature of its source without knowing her for months, and becoming one of the rare people she trusts that much. From the outside it looks like powerful but generic ambition. She is sometimes painfully shy but opinionated. Her insight is rare and cutting, but people are often a mystery to her. All our lives she has told me stories of the people around her and I have explained, to the best of my ability, what they mean.

    You would not go to her for healing. You would go to her for her hidden strength and ferocity. She has always known exactly where to draw the line, and that is her deepest core, unmoved by outside influences or self-doubt, making short work of complexity, even conflicting or misleading information. To me, if you will forgive me while I wax hyperbolic for the sake of imagery, she is a mercenary hero or possibly a sleeper agent disguised as a meek young woman. Her power and perception are emotional, but her weapons are pure intellect, and if you could see them coming that would mean it was already too late to dodge.

    I don't have the slightest idea how to represent that in an icon. I apologize for that, because I'd love to be able to offer a physical contribution rather than this, which really doesn't directly contribute to the cause.

  6. #115

    If you want a cheeky one for ENTP:


  7. #116

    Quote Originally Posted by queenofleaves View Post
    I'd say a bird for ENFPs because we're free...I know the most often associated qualities of ours are spontaneity and partying type people who love ot be around people, but we're all free people who don't want to have one option...we don't want to have a schedule and we don't want to live routine lives to where we knows what's gonna happen next...and we're the complete opposite of perfectionists; We're free and go where we want because we know we can go anywhere in life...and we sometimes don't really know where that is
    I completely agree! A bird would be perfect!
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