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This is a discussion on What icon objects do you think fit best with each MBTI personality type? within the Announcements forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; ESFP: Disco ball ESTP: Condon ESFJL Maid outfit ESTJ: M-16 ISFP: Self manga sketch ISTP: Wrench ISFJ: Tea tray ISTJ: ...

  1. #21

    ESFP: Disco ball
    ESTP: Condon
    ESFJL Maid outfit
    ESTJ: M-16
    ISFP: Self manga sketch
    ISTP: Wrench
    ISFJ: Tea tray
    ISTJ: Clipboard
    ENFP: Confetti
    ENFJ: Smiley face
    ENTP: Loudspeaker
    ENTJ: Bullwhip
    INFP: Violin
    INFJ: Poem
    INTP: AK-47
    INTJ: Nuke
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  2. #22

    a better looking and suave satan would be just perfect for ENTPs

  3. #23

    ISFP




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  5. #24

    Quote Originally Posted by luige06 View Post
    I think a spring would work better for ENFP instead of the ice creame cone
    I do too. Go find me a spring. :P

    Quote Originally Posted by Irulan View Post
    Give us a fancier heart. Or, like, a heart with wings. And the heart should be a slightly darker shade of red. And it should have a slight blurriness around the edges - like it's part of a dream. I know you are looking for something simple too though. I'll see if google has anything with the balance I am picturing in my mind.

    Eh, I can never find a good enough picture. I have issues with perfectionism.

    Oh! Oh! I just looked up perfectionism and found this:



    hahahahaha

    No, not really.
    There are a few heart icons I saw that look better. I just wanted an opinion about the object not the image. I'll find better ones once I get confirmation on the objects.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ignus View Post
    This is perfect for ENFPs:


    Only objects. :P





    Quote Originally Posted by BehindSmile View Post
    Hmm Band-Aid for ISFJ? This makes me kinda sad. (hahaha I guess that fits with sensitivity??) Is it because ISFJs are "wounded" or help patch up people?

    The latter little Ms. Nursy. :)




    Quote Originally Posted by Dear Sigmund View Post
    Suit and tie, great for a MALE ENTJ, but how about something gender neutral? suitable for the guys and the gals
    Technically its a shirt and tie. I see strong and confident females wearing it all the time. I think it is a great representation of ENTJ females because they like to take charge.




    Quote Originally Posted by Mutatio NOmenis View Post
    ESFP: Disco ball
    ESTP: Condon
    ESFJL Maid outfit
    ESTJ: M-16
    ISFP: Self manga sketch
    ISTP: Wrench
    ISFJ: Tea tray
    ISTJ: Clipboard
    ENFP: Confetti
    ENFJ: Smiley face
    ENTP: Loudspeaker
    ENTJ: Bullwhip
    INFP: Violin
    INFJ: Poem
    INTP: AK-47
    INTJ: Nuke

    The only one I liked was the ENTJ whip. :P

    Quote Originally Posted by Dante View Post
    a better looking and suave satan would be just perfect for ENTPs
    Devil's pitchfork is better.

    Quote Originally Posted by inebriato View Post
    ISFP




    I like it. I might use this one.
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  6. #25

    I'm impatient, social, and constantly looking up new things that I want to know more about.... My iPhone is my ideal icon. I can get in touch with my friends with it, I can look up the things I want to know more about without waiting till I can get to a computer!

  7. #26

    I like the idea of the planet and measury thingy for INTP, Lance. I also think the cowboy hat is a good choice for ESTP.

    I personally don't like the idea of a pitchfork for ENTPs. I know it's funny, but I don't think it would be an accurate representation of us when all the other ones are serious. The joystick is on the right track, but could we maybe get a playstation controller? Something a little more high tech? I was trying to think of a video game character that would be good to represent us, but I couldn't think of an easily recognizable one :/
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  8. #27

    A game pad for ENTP? Really? I mean, I like games as much as the next guy... but I don't think that's the end all be all for me.


    How about a ENTP tornado? A whirlwind of chaos.


    How about an ENTP spy? A force of intrigue.


    How about an ENTP "1-UP" can. I liked that image for us. ^_^
    Last edited by nicesocks; 02-10-2010 at 05:05 PM. Reason: now, with images!
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  9. #28

    Quote Originally Posted by nicesocks View Post
    a game pad for entp? Really? I mean, i like games as much as the next guy... But i don't think that's the end all be all for me.

    How about a entp tornado? A whirlwind of chaos.

    How about an entp spy? A force of intrigue.

    How about an entp "1-up" can. I liked that image for us. ^_^
    NINNJJAAAA!!!!!



    (iwantcaps)
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  10. #29

    I'm not feelin' the glasses, even though I sport 'em proud.

    I'd prefer just a straight up brick wall to be our icon :P

    I think it's a pretty good visual summary.

    "What's behind it?! Is it sweet?! Why is there a wall?!?!"

    I will probably object to any icon that implies materialistic interests as opposed to cognitive experiences...

    I mean, what about the INTP that wants to protest shitty laws, and could hardly care at all about planets and measurements?!?!

    Both of those are ultimately trivial anyways :O
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  11. #30

    [QUOTE=Happy;259406]I do too. Go find me a spring. :P


    .[/QUOTEI'm looking for you one, but I might just have to end up making one :D
    Hope I can do it haha.


     
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