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Hello all! I'm pretty much a newbie about Myers-Briggs, but I feel I like it a lot since the descriptions are like 99% correct. Before this I was into exploring about Blood Type Personality (I hate to say it so but the society call it "Personality" while I actually prefer to call it "Tendency"). So let's see what I could gather from both...
The very first blood type on the earth hemisphere was O, their tendency described as good leader, socialite, hunter.
Then we have A, the A's tend to be stubborn, conformist, sensitive of others' needs, work well with details, if they have control they're reserved and well ordered.
Then B, the B's are flexible, nomad, independent, unconventional, and good idea generator.
The last but not least, the AB's, all I can say they are dang unpredictable species !

With the assumption above, I can say the probability of ENTP's blood types to be B are high, the next probability could be O, but I don't believe people with blood type A are ENTP's, they're good with details and mostly strict conformists. While for AB's, I don't know what are these people exactly, but possibly they have the least possibility of being ENTP's, since they can be unconventional, flexible, and narcissistic.

Looking at the population, ENTP's are rare commodities, just like other NT's. We can see that the only blood type described as rare is AB, B is uncommon, A is common, O very common. But the more detailed statistics involving the rhesus, I can say B negative (and other BT's with negative rhesus) included as "rare" too.

But let's see first, my blood type is B (with positive rhesus), what's yours?
 

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Uh, how is blood type related to personality? At all?
 

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Tendency.

That's related to genetic history, I suppose. The beginning of human civilization was hunting, then continued with settling down, then nomadic life, then came into the modern life with combination of all three.

more complete explanation on these articles about the anthropological explanation and their personality traits

Anthropology:
Peter D'Adamo: Blood groups and the history of peoples

and the trait description (including personalized health information):
Type O: Eat Right For Your Type :: What Makes a 'Type O' an Individual?
Type A: Eat Right For Your Type :: What Makes a 'Type A' an Individual?
Type B: Eat Right For Your Type :: What Makes a 'Type B' an Individual?
Type AB: Eat Right For Your Type :: What Makes a 'Type AB' an Individual?
 

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Type O’s most often described themselves in ways related to the following characteristics; responsible, decisive, organized, objective, rule-conscious, and practical
What the? As if the previous astrology thread wasnt enough to see the universe wants me to be another type of person.
 

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It's a load of pure, unadulterated nonsense with no science to it whatsoever.



Or maybe do you think I should get off the fence on this one?:crazy:
 

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I'm a confirmed type A.

See my previous threads about "lacking attention to detail" and "seeming insensitive".

One more slash against the theory.
 

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I'm not sure if I'm ENFP or ENTP anymore, so I'll add my part.

I'm AB I believe. Now, if you don't post here, I'll be all your blood types. Yes, I've watched a lot of Twilight and Vampire in Brooklyn this weekend...:tongue:

 

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Lol are you retarded? Blood type has nothing to do with personality
It's a load of pure, unadulterated nonsense with no science to it whatsoever.



Or maybe do you think I should get off the fence on this one?:crazy:
What the? As if the previous astrology thread wasnt enough to see the universe wants me to be another type of person.
I'm not sure if I'm ENFP or ENTP anymore, so I'll add my part.

I'm AB I believe. Now, if you don't post here, I'll be all your blood types. Yes, I've watched a lot of Twilight and Vampire in Brooklyn this weekend...:tongue:

YouTube - vampire in brooklyn-ass is good(eddie murphy)
I'm a confirmed type A.

See my previous threads about "lacking attention to detail" and "seeming insensitive".

One more slash against the theory.

I do things without thinking twice sometimes, not learning the facts. But I never consider myself as retarded. And should curiosity be blamed?

Hence I shared with y'all. I was about to re analyze, I thought most of the ENTPs are B and O(by blood type) referring to the general description of blood type tendency.
I don't have full faith nor doubt at it. But it is theory. The theorists used couples assumptions on their hypotheses, whether scientific or not, we might say different things if we were beside them listening to all that they could claim as "invention".

Astrology... I don't know if moon has something to do with genetic codes better than blood :) lol:tongue:
(I'm kidding, sorry).

But still, it was curiosity, I was hoping answers of my questions after your opinions, so thanks to those who answer, and also who gave their opinion.
 

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My bloodtype is AB rhesus negative.

so basically my blood should be the most recent new bloodtype?

O->A->B->AB

wonder if there will be ABO as a next blood thing in the future...
 

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A negative. What a surprise, ENTPs make up all the blood types! Now cease this silliness!

My understanding from a Japanese friend is that blood type is Japan's astrology. I guess stupidity is prevalent everywhere - just in -slightly- different forms.
 

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My bloodtype is AB rhesus negative.

so basically my blood should be the most recent new bloodtype?

O->A->B->AB

wonder if there will be ABO as a next blood thing in the future...
I did the same thought long ago.
 
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Or you could consider looking up what blood groups actually are!

O is the absence of A or B. Thus you can't have ABO. A and B are different proteins or antigens expressed on the surface of blood cells (as is the rhesus antigen). They are different, one didn't lead to the other. You can have one of them, or both, and independently of all these you may or may not have the rhesus factor.
 

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Or you could consider looking up what blood groups actually are!

O is the absence of A or B. Thus you can't have ABO. A and B are different proteins or antigens expressed on the surface of blood cells (as is the rhesus antigen). They are different, one didn't lead to the other. You can have one of them, or both, and independently of all these you may or may not have the rhesus factor.
Never got around looking any of those.... haven't had enough interest.
Thanks for the read though.
 
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