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  1. #31
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    take notes
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  2. #32
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    Also, I conformed. My avatar is now a picture of me.



    Morning princess, this is what my pillow wakes up to.
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  3. #33
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    I got ambushed with the camera while chilling at my friend's place this weekend:


    OK, no more smiling, this is serious business...


    Stop taking pictures and get me some tequila!
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  4. #34
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    My arms look like that on Sunday
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  5. #35
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    I may not be as buff but I've noticed that I have a similar body type. Maybe after 4 years with the Marines I'll be somewhere close

  6. #36
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    So, now that we posted some pictures are they any similarities?

    Do you agree that MBTI types share physical expressions, features, etc?

    Here is what I've found of some ESTPs I know.
    Myself, my neighbor (male), my best friend(male), best friend (female), my ESTP father and some ESTP celebrities (Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, etc.).
    The nose and eyes are located in the mid-upper region of the face while the mouth is on the lower end of the face. In other words, a larger area of the philtrum. It's as if the eyes and nose are grouped together, the mouth is further away. I've never seen an ESTP with a large chin. Also, I have a horrible habit of furrowing my brow, even as a baby I did this. I sometimes squint while I furrow my brow. I hate when I see a photo of me when I am in mid-thought.
    There is also a stare we share, hard to explain.

    Whats your thoughts?
    Last edited by njchick; 08-09-2010 at 02:16 PM.
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  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by njchick View Post
    So, now that we posted some pictures are they any similarities?

    Do you agree that MBTI types share physical expressions, features, etc?
    Way to move forward on developing this thread, NJ!

    Quote Originally Posted by njchick View Post
    Here what I've found of some ESTPs I know.
    Myself, my neighbor (male), my best friend(male), best friend (female), my ESTP father and some ESTP celebrities (Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, etc.).

    The nose and eyes are located in the mid-upper region of the face while the mouth is on the lower end of the face. In other words, a larger area of the philtrum. It's as if the eyes and nose are grouped together, the mouth is further away.
    Yes, this is accurate from what we've all posted.
    My Dad is ESTJ, and I have the same eyes/nose as him.
    Maybe traits common to ESTX?

    Quote Originally Posted by njchick View Post
    I've never seen an ESTP with a large chin.
    Astute observation!
    Just out of curiousity, whaty MBTI type is Jay Leno?

    Quote Originally Posted by njchick View Post
    Also, I have a horrible habit of furrowing my brow, even as a baby I did this. I sometimes squint while I furrow my brow. I hate when I see a photo of me when I am in mid-thought.
    My brow is constantly furrowed. Botox is looking better and better.

    Thinking on the brow furrowing, is that not a sign that someone is either "actively listening" or "thinking" about something. If I am talking to someone and their face is one big emotionless stare, then I can't but think they aren't taking alot in. As promoters, our job is to make things happen, and the beginning of initiating trust in relationships is being able to make the other party feel comfortable that they will be heard, in addition to them being receptive to our ideas. So, if we demonstrate we are listening (via brow furrowing) then we are giving visual feedback that we are holding up our end of the bargain, right from the get go.

    Quote Originally Posted by njchick View Post
    There is also a stare we share, hard to explain.

    Whats your thoughts?
    There's the "I'm really pissed off and I'm going to rip you to shreds" stare, in addition to the "I cannot believe that just happened" stare. We're definitley capable of glaring at a number of levels. We have intensity in our eyes, that is a given.
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  8. #38
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    My friends would always comment me on my Facial Expressions. Some of them like watching me and for the eyebrow thing, thats the thing my friend would get me on.
    Who can move their eyebrows one at a time? Like you move your left eyebrow up when your right eyebrow is staying still and viseversa


    Woah Halla. Skin
    haaha This is the only picture I could find of me with some skin.

  9. #39
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    That's funny, today I was playing Mario Kart and my friend Savannah goes "I love watching you play you just make these faces." My friends watch me all the time for entertainment, Dianna even commented that I make interesting faces while smoking.

  10. #40
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    Ha! i know right?
    I just have about a face for everything.
    - Watching tv.
    - A face on the internet.
    - A face doing the do.
    - Drinking something
    - eating
    - looking at someone
    - listening.
    - i even have on for ETC..!


    LMAO
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