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    Default Do average looking people look prettier to those who are more compatible socionics-wise?

    It seems to me that those people with whom I don't naturally get along are more bad looking than those who I think are nice people, in general, with exceptions of course.
    Traits to be considered: nose shape, eyes, micro expressions, some skin qualities (ex. how much bloody is the skin or pale), facial format. Those are physical traits that aren't specifically very telling of how much beautiful someone is (I think lol).

    I don't know if you get my point. But this is something that has been passing through my mind for some time.

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    Yes. My SLI friend would seem average looking to many people but for some reason she looks amazing to me. It's the whole vibe she's got too.

    Meanwhile, the EIE girl I know looks weird as fuck to me, for some reason. She gives me the creeps.

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    I dunno about socionics, but how "good" or not others look to me definitely changes by how I feel about them. As I start to like someone they start looking more attractive. Things I found unattractive about them tend to become less prominent or actually somehow adorable. Generally it's the image of who they are in my mind adding its glow (or the opposite).

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    Good IR conduce to personal sympathy. Personal sympathy makes higher sexual attraction.
    If you get this attraction as significant to concrete human, with a time your mind may change esthetic preferences to fit better to traits of that human.
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    I prefer 'average' anyway. Prettiness is an incorporeal hologram that only Normie basic bitches fall in love with (& untrustworthy hateful people who want to imprison me just for being a Mutant) and ugly people often don't realize their own hypocrisy. It's shallow and hateful to only like pretty, but it's also sadistic & hateful to offend aesthetics too much. So there is a balance and 'average' strikes that. But I wouldn't call them average as it has negative connotations. I probably would think they are extraordinary. (like Xander's speech to Dawn? lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megatrop View Post
    It seems to me that those people with whom I don't naturally get along are more bad looking than those who I think are nice people, in general, with exceptions of course.
    Traits to be considered: nose shape, eyes, micro expressions, some skin qualities (ex. how much bloody is the skin or pale), facial format. Those are physical traits that aren't specifically very telling of how much beautiful someone is (I think lol).

    I don't know if you get my point. But this is something that has been passing through my mind for some time.
    It works the opposite way for me too. Like if I notice something looks weird about them physically, lo and behold I soon find that there’s something I don’t like about their personality. It’s not about stereotypical physical attractiveness but about some way their features’ harmony affects my subjective impressions.

    It’s not exactly related to socionics ITR for me though.

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