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This is a discussion on Fairy Tales within the General Chat forums, part of the The Cafe Lounge category; @ Beautiful Confusion thank you, again) It's so funny though for some reason xD I guess I can see it, ...

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    @Beautiful Confusion thank you, again)
    It's so funny though for some reason xD
    I guess I can see it, other than probably bits of personality jumping out of photos we do have some similarities in face shape.


    @Beauty Like The Night , speaking of resemblance, you always reminded me so much of older version of my younger cousin's friend)
    Who is not a celebrity but still))
    The interesting thing is though, from what I've heard about her you guys have similarities in personality too, she seems like possible 269 tritype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauty Like The Night View Post
    The monster cult on this thread is super weird

    I haven't ever seen anyone drink one
    Go to a bar in Italy and ask for a Monster and vodka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauty Like The Night View Post
    lol I thought it was a card game

    I was very annoyed by its existence as a child but I thought Pikachu was cute)
    It was a card game, a video game and a cartoon! Why was it annoying for you? The only time it became a problem was when kids were stealing each other's cards in my primary school...

    It was kind of my Harry Potter when I was little because I had the major disappointment of not getting my first Pokemon at age 10 and getting to travel the world. Sad times.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gray Romantic View Post
    I think Jemima is probably the most similar x) Thanks!

    Hahaha wait, so was it your double as well? :D
    Oh nooooo! If you see your double, you're supposed to die, so that's frightening. Thankfully me and @tine don't look THAT similar for twins.
    (Okay, @tine provided one of the few photos we're together in... It's not the best because she's always pulling a face!)
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Pine View Post
    Found this. What results do you get?

    pictriev, face search engine
    Ooh, this is fun)

    Recent pic: 10% masculine, 90% feminine, 17 years old

    and some really ugly lookalikes omg

    Second pic (no makeup, when I was sick): 50-50 male/female, 24 years old

    my top lookalike



    3rd pic (dark hair): 2% masculine, 98% feminine, 25 years old



    A pic from high school:

    5% masculine, 95% feminine, 30 years old

    Ben Stiller

    A younger, thinner photo

    62% masculine, 38% feminine, 30 years old

    wth

    Another one from that time period: 57% masculine, 43% feminine, 24 years old

    Childhood pic: 73 % masculine, 27% feminine, 3 years old

    My favorite picture of myself: 19% masculine, 81% feminine, 40 years old

    booo
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    Quote Originally Posted by tine View Post
    Haha I like that, Ti for the future! I find Ni is more of a big space with images and feelings etc that all goes around me and through me and is like fleeting glimpses. It's kind of nicely described in Johnathan Strange and Mr Norrell for me with the king's road (the feeling from that scene more than anything).
     


    Ti is best shown with me trying to be CLEAR. I need to be clear and for others to be clear with me - I can't deal with people using the wrong words for things or saying something that's wrong I can smile through it, but it hurt me!)
    lmao, my metaphores are the best ;) I like your Ni descriptions as well, it makes sense to me.

    If that's Ti, then hell to the yes. Always thoguht it was Te wanting people to be direct with them. But yes, I need people to be clear with me. I want to know where I'm standing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by owlet View Post
    I

    Oh nooooo! If you see your double, you're supposed to die, so that's frightening. Thankfully me and @tine don't look THAT similar for twins.
    (Okay, @tine provided one of the few photos we're together in... It's not the best because she's always pulling a face!)
     
    WHAT xD Did not know that!

    Aw you girls are cute <3
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    Quote Originally Posted by winter star View Post
    I kinda suck at expressing sympathy altogether. Words just seem either inadequate or awkward, and a look...well, if I don't have a mirror, I don't know what my face is doing. I don't even know how to give a sympathetic look lol. Twist my face until it looks sad? That feels awkward too. So I just kind of stand there awkwardly, hoping that the other person understands my intent through telepathy...or try to offer some helpful suggestion, if there is one.
    One of the benefits of having a high Fe, 6-fixed 2, emotional wreck of a mother is that I learned how to convey sympathy/concer/caring/love on my face. At least when there is particular need.

    A number of my friends have lost family members or pets over the past few weeks and they live far away and I feel so frustrated by my inability to offer the support and love that I want to.

     
    and one friend has had a traumatic thing happen but it is a much more complicated thing. She is Canadian and got arrested at the border after going on a date with an American. She is now banned from entering the United States because they found out that a few years ago she was arrested for being a sex worker and the US has idiotic puritanical laws and loves to punish victimless "crimes". The border patrol officer was horrible to her. It was very degrading and triggered a whole bunch of things and I am worried about her. And angry.

    Maybe a care package would help. It is something at least


    Quote Originally Posted by tine View Post
    I though it did too (the style anyway, the content is varied!)
    I have never heard anyone in the UK use 'hella'.....how do you use it?
    It is usually used an intensifier like "very" "really" "a lot" or (the similarly slang-ish) "wicked". often used in reference to something being particularly good/bad. But I've seen my california friends use it in some other ways.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pavel View Post
    This one is very good



    It sucks out chloroplasts from algae and live by sun's energy. Like a plant!

     




    The world is a magical wonderful strange beautiful place.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beauty Like The Night View Post
    Hard to convey silent compassion over the Internet))
    imo 'tut mir leid' sounds a bit...dismissive? Esp in English-language context)) Sounds kinda like "Bummer". Which never sounds good) "Es tut mir leid" said nicely sounds good though.
    Makes me think of this



    Quote Originally Posted by Amaranthine View Post
    Another song
    https://youtu.be/Yn5UeaZpfSo
    I feel like this video was inspired by some foreign music video, for some reason
    It does remind me of some music video I've seen! I just can't remember which one and it is really going to bother me now. Something by Muse maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by Greyhart View Post
    My street clothing is very bright and contrasting. It’s either hugging me completely or at least upper body and emphasizes waist. I hate wearing buggy comfy clothing outside of home. And dislike neutral “natural” colors = boring.
    Yeah I always have at least one half of my body in form fitting. If my top is loose, I'm wearing skinny jeans or a tight skirt; if I'm wearing a long skirt or looser jeans I wear a form-fitting top. I think all of my dresses accent or at least come in at the waist.

    I like color but I switch between brights, rich colors, and more dusty autumnal tones. I'd probably find neutrals boring too but I wear them because my hair is so bright.

    Never ever heard anybody say anything about that. Besides, it’s cold here from October to late April - tights are a staple of women’s closet.
    It has to mean wearing them as pants rather than under skirts/dresses; it just has to.



    That’s terrifying! I use only henna because if I am to keep long hair I need it to be silky smooth. My mom’s hair is dry and wiry and it doesn’t bother her - she’d rather use dye than do henna since it takes much more time. Henna smells so good though.
    I really want to do something fantastic with my hair colour but that would probably mean bleaching it first and NO. My hair is already on the dry and coarse side. I don't need to aggravate that.

    I've never tried Henna. I order my hair dye online though. It has an aloe vera base and so it doesn't damage my hair the way the stuff I bought at the drugstore did.

    Mom’s both clothing style and decorations are super subjective and definitely would never get into any magazine. But then again, being trendy was nothing she ever cared about - she likes either sporty clothing that is comfortable for everything she does or something that means something to her... let’s call it symbolically. Like she loves dachshunds and bought t-shirt with a cartoonish print of it. ISFJ friend is the same. ESFJ friend is very very bright and loves patterns but she doesn’t follow any trends or fashion styles either.
    Yes yes that's my mom. Her equivalent of the daschund t shirt is things that are related to holidays—though she tends to limit that to jewelry/socks/pins.

    Her most trendy thing is her love of all things Vera Bradley. Even her laptop is decorated with Vera Bradley. But that is a very Si+Fe trend imo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greyhart View Post
    Hmm, well there's isn't that many fat people in my city. Plum - yes, seems like wide bone sis genetically prevalent here. But obesity is usually caused by diseases so it's not that frequent. Food isn't cheap enough for most people to over-eat. Err, what I meant is there's a lot of plum people in tight clothing. I'd say fashion here is very "Si" - just subjectively comfortable clothing which varies from person to person. During summer overwhelming majority wears shorts and tight shirts regardless of age or constitution. Which is ridiculous because it's frikkin hot in this stuff but flowy "boho" dresses are very unpopular. What's really frowned on are "weird" subcultures stuff like my bff's gothic lolita, goth stuff in general and believe or not my haircut. Well, in the last year it got more popular (I've met a few other women with this cut) but it's still considered borderline outcast style.
    I can't imagine ever wearing that hairstyle but I love it. Go outcast style!

    DC is the fittest city in America. I didn't even realize how much until going traveling and yeah there is a real difference. Not so many overweight people here (at least among residents; tourists are another story). And most of the residents who are overweight still look fit, you know? Like they still eat right and get exercise.

    Those are very unpopular here. Only like among some high schoolers. Maybe trend didn't get to us yet. I dislike leggings because cheap ones are made of that sort of synthetic material that catches onto your skin and just ugh feels terrible to touch it.
    I have one pair of leggings. I got them as a gift and was going to use them for cold days (in lieu of or in addition to tights), but I keep leaving them around and the cats get hair all over them. They are like a fur magnet. So I haven't actually worn them.

    The more I wear natural fibers, the less tolerance I have for bad fabrics. It doesn't help that I have sensitive skin. Especially in the winter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gray Romantic View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauty Like The Night View Post
    I agree!
    *^_^*

    Lol I like that the person I'm most often told I look like is animated.

    Do I look like anyone?
     
    Agree with the Helen Bonham Carter. I can see Kate Mulgrew too, aside from the lips.

    lol only because I look about 12) You just have more mature facial features I guess...you look like a grown-up))
    idk if that makes sense, you look young obviously in the normal sense but just more...idk how to explain)
    @Gray Romantic is probably one of those people who will look the same from age 17-30)

    I don't think you look 12) You look ~20 to me) But maybe that is because I know your age?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tine View Post
    PPGs was awesome too ;-; (It's okay, we all have opinions....)
    lol
    I remember once my mom and I were staying in a hotel or something and it was on a channel and she convinced me to give it a chance

    And five minutes later we were both so depressed about how stupid the show was...)))

    edit: Sorry, PowerPuff Girls))
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Pine View Post
    Found this. What results do you get?

    pictriev, face search engine
    Amazing. It said I was 100% masculine and 35 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauty Like The Night View Post
    The monster cult on this thread is super weird

    I haven't ever seen anyone drink one
    Filthy peasant chemical concoction


    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Pine View Post
    Found this. What results do you get?

    pictriev, face search engine


    just like how it works irl

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