If the NFL is a deciding factor, then you should love da blue...and orange:I wear blue jeans and have blue eyes. I like blues music. I've got a few blue dress shirts (no t-shirts that I can recall).
If it weren't for my NFL loyalties, I'd probably like blue more.
Well, obviously you're a flamboyant person who has fun being social. You have a good nature and are popular, even if you dramatize a bit. You can be fickle, but also try very hard to be agreeable.I like orange. What does that say about me?
I figured that since they're complementary colors they'd be defined as opposites.Well, obviously you're a flamboyant person who has fun being social. You have a good nature and are popular, even if you dramatize a bit. You can be fickle, but also try very hard to be agreeable.
I got this from the internet so we know it's true.
The same place has a few different ones for blue, blue-green, and turquoise.
Blue: Soft, soothing, compassionate and caring, Blue is the color of deliberation and introspection, conservatism and duty. Patient, persevering, conscientious, sensitive and self-controlled, Blues like to be admired for their steady character and wisdom. They are faithful, but are often worriers with somewhat inflexible beliefs and can be too cautious, and suspicious of flamboyant behavior.
I guess I can't fully trust you anymore - too flamboyant.
Just the kind of thing someone who likes black, beige, and purple would say. Besides, pseudo-science can be fun. We're improving the world by saturating it with fun.I like dark blue, black, beige, and light-denim blue. Purple is also a nice color.
When I was little my favorite color was green.
I don't think any of this has any scientific value haha. Of course more extraverted and feeler personalities will choose stuff like red and orange more, but whatever. There are lots of exceptions, and I don't know what the point is of being able to say "A lot of INTPs like blue." I mean... well... okay? Fine. And then? How can we improve the world/understand each other better with this new information? :')
The whole concept of 'personality types' is already very pseudo-scientific, and to add stuff like favorite colors to that only makes it even more sketchy.