Made a loom video: https://www.loom.com/share/37d4872bb...ce7aecf6f3b76e
You don't need to watch everything if you already have a hunch within a minute let me know. I am also curious to hear about your reasoning.
If it helps my MBTI type is INTP, enneagram 5w4.
I know I come across as a robot but I want to thank all of you who watched the video and commented it is greatly appreciated. I will consider all points of view and carefully analyze them to ascertain the truth.
Videos talking about my interest, from when I was skinny fat dork with minimal care for my appearance. Probably more accurate and less biased since I don't know whether I am being typed or not. These videos are from 4 years ago:
Discussing introversion vs extroversion (no face): https://youtu.be/_cT0dqseP_E
Discussing IQ and ADHD (face shows): https://youtu.be/Q5NAWOs5BQY
About the concept of abstraction: https://youtu.be/nNBpbhH7pfU
On the channel there is also a video Identity & Habits, explaining my identity engineering protocol and why I may come across differently in the first loom video. The Identity & Habits was from 3 years ago the first time I started doing self-development, chasing success etc. Went from dork to stud. I learned it form a course. Hopefully this will help with the accuracy of of people trying to type me and more consistency.
Attempting to solve Theseus' Ship paradox (on a few strips of Adderall, best time of my life): https://www.docdroid.net/0aAihe2/theseus-ship-pdf
Some more writing: https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...usp=share_link
Topics: Neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, clairvoyance, personal thoughts
My take on fashion since this is a much debated point:
My natural standing on clothes is that comfort is king. When I was younger I used to walk around with hoodies and sweatpants most of the time and fluctuate between trying to look presentable and just wearing a comfy hoody. I was the type to walk around with holes in my clothes and ripped shoes. I still do. But usually with undergarments, I love clothes but hate the process of buying them i.e. going outside in a mall, fitting the clothes, dressing again and again etc. As I started to become a bit older (I am 28 now) I started doing self development the most important things that have affected my mind is being around 12% body fat percentage, eating clean, only water, supplements like ashwagandha all of this have contributed to more testosterone and a change in attitude towards status and social games related subjects like clothes. Now I want to look as good as possible. I have also been a visual person, drawing, making sprite movies, youtube videos, crappy fighting movies that I edited with crappy sound effects in windows moviemaker and other visual activities. Fashion to me is like building your character in a video game. There are some strict principles I follow when it comes to personal aesthetics but I don't regard fashion as a singular topic it is about the big picture. How well your face is groomed and how lean you are is as important. Man maketh the clothes, not the reversed. My fashion sense is mostly based on inspiration and I can get that inspiration from anywhere ranging from songs, movies, books but also anime, manga and comic books. It is usually a specific impression I got from a piece of media that often becomes an inspiration for buying the next piece. For example, I read this webtoon called Lookism, the protagonist was wearing Balenciaga speedrunner shoes and got a lot of compliments from the characters in the comic. So I als ordered the exact same shoes. I know this may come across autistic af to some, but I don't mind I am just genuinely explaining my thoughts. Also being well of has kinda turned this into a hobby with limitless resources. It is a fact that wearing expensive clothes makes you feel better by the fact that you know you are wearing expensive clothes (others don't need to know), there is research on this. And I like to optimize everything about my life including clothes as to not cut corners. But there is also a contradicting part about my like for fashion, I actually dislike it when my outfit draws too much attention, this feeling started to emerge when I first started wearing really good clothes. Now I try to be a bit more subtle about my fashion choices as to not draw too much attention, I avoid big brands like Louis Vuitton for example or crazy designs. 90% of my clothes are black.