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    ISFP

    MBTI types react

    I thought this'd be a fun idea. If you've seen Kids React, this is the same thing but with MBTI types!

    Basically, post a video, picture, story or whatever, and then think of how each MBTI type would react to it. Your own or anybody else's, it doesn't matter. I just think it'll be humorous to see how each type reacts to visual stimuli!

    Feel free to post something new if you want, some things are easier to work with than others.

    Lets start with this 1958 painting 'The Banquet' by Rene Magritte.



    I'll start with my own type.
    ISFP: Pretty... but the giant red dot ruins it.

    (I hope this topic doesn't seem too weird. Forgive me if it does.)
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    INTJ: Hmm...is it a floating ball? Or a hole? It's interesting how you can see the red in front of or behind the trees, depending on how you look at it... It might have been made by masking the dot right after applying the background color and painting over it, then removing the mask - so it is more likely a hole, showing what lies behind. A hole in reality itself. What is more real, more significant, the painting or the hole? Perceived reality, or whatever unknown forces lie behind?

    Edit: Or maybe change that to simply "Hmm...interesting.". The rest is implicit.

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    INFP

    INFP: Incoming! Inside is Glinda, The Good Witch of The South!
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Kitzara View Post
    I thought this'd be a fun idea. If you've seen Kids React, this is the same thing but with MBTI types!

    Basically, post a video, picture, story or whatever, and then think of how each MBTI type would react to it. Your own or anybody else's, it doesn't matter. I just think it'll be humorous to see how each type reacts to visual stimuli!

    Feel free to post something new if you want, some things are easier to work with than others.

    Lets start with this 1958 painting 'The Banquet' by Rene Magritte.



    I'll start with my own type.
    ISFP: Pretty... but the giant red dot ruins it.

    (I hope this topic doesn't seem too weird. Forgive me if it does.)
    the red dot is creepy. it dominates the picture and takes focus away from everything else
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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    What is the point of drawing that picture...there isn't anything useful about it and who cares...ISTP

    Alright and now for those of u that have seen the "peanut butter jelly time" dance on u tube what do u think?
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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Quote Originally Posted by Kitzara View Post
    Lemme guess. It's one of those "abstract" paintings that's supposed to have "deep meaning". Even without the red dot it doesn't look good. The foreground is painted in an almost 3D style, whereas the background is more traditional.
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    Unknown Personality

    xSFP: wtf is with the big red dot!? You have to admit (no, not really) it's distracting. Plus it makes the rest look drearier than it is. How to fix: remove dot, add contrast+saturation+sharpness and voila!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaplanar View Post
    INTJ: Hmm...is it a floating ball? Or a hole? It's interesting how you can see the red in front of or behind the trees, depending on how you look at it... It might have been made by masking the dot right after applying the background color and painting over it, then removing the mask - so it is more likely a hole, showing what lies behind. A hole in reality itself.
    ISTJ: pretty much this exactly.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    INTP: Why is it called "The Banquet"? It has no relevance to banquets. Why couldn't he just name it as it is? The tree trunks aren't as good as the rest of the picture. As for the big red dot, I'm pretty convinced the painter just couldn't be bothered to finish it.

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    ENFP

    ENFP: Interesting. The red dot reminds me of the sun. The way it is drawn reminds me of Japan... the red dot, now that I think about it more, is kind of like the flag of Japan... I read a book called Under the Blood Red Sun, it was very good. -starts feeling emotion from the book and applies it to the painting-
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