I did some research and there's a lot of "misunderstood" characters, like anti-heroes and such, that can be described as INTJ, so I think there's an appeal within our pop culture at least. I think Sherlock is a good example. What I personally find funny is the whole intelligence aspect of the INTJ type that people from Tumblr seems so obsessive about. As I said, I like the knowledge seeking, but that doesn't mean you are going to be a fucking genius just because you fall into this personality type lmao I mean, if Kenna really is an INTJ, she's a perfectly good example of a dumb one. It's like these people need to validate their intelligence somehow, without actually putting the amount of work necessary. It's all a matter of short cuts: I want to be seen as intelligent, so I'm an INTJ and the work stops here. No real study is necessary, it seems. Which is reeeeeeally ironic because this to me is a shallow knowledge, it has no substance, and it's something that any "real" INTJ will say they hate. LOL I think people are using it like a fucking tag you can attach by your name. This shit is not supposed to be something you decide is cool
I apologize for any English mistakes since this is not my native tongue. I think she often takes things too literal. I'm an INTJ according to tests, I took several from different sources but got this type most of the time, once being INTP - so I believe I might be somewhere between these two, pending more towards one than the other. Will I base my whole life and actions on this? No. Am I similar to Kenna? Noooo lmao. Something about her results just seems really off to me considering how I perceive life being an INTJ (or something closer to that). I think something that she doesn't understand is that you can be more logical without necessarily being an asshole. For what I understand, being an INTJ doesn't mean you are smarter than everyone else (you might think you are), it means you value intelligence and knowledge seeking. This is something I value a lot and I just don't see how someone so lazy as her is daring to say she's a type that has such a thirst for KNOWLEDGE?? I like to go balls deep into subjects that matter to me, I absolutely despise shallow knowledge - in the sense of only scrapping the surface of a subject, not if it is worthy being study or not. Let's use her interest in Japanese as an example, something she herself has said that she WANTS TO STUDY. She's been a public weeaboo for how long now? I would say at least 2 years or so. If she likes it so much, we would have seen some improvement by now. We can't guarantee she isn't studying by herself, but considering how much she exposes her daily life on social media, I think I can say with confidence that her Japanese is probably garbage level. It also doesn't mean you don't understand emotions per se (or that you don't care about it), it means you are most likely able to translate "logical thinking" in your brain more easily than if you try doing that with "emotional thinking", if that makes sense. Being an INTJ doesn't make you a sociopath with no regards to other people's feelings, it means you perhaps need to work extra hard to understand what your significant other is feeling. It doesn't mean you are not even gonna try lol I think is such a childish thing to think this shit is cool or edgy, I have had a bunch of different relationships because it's a constant struggle to basically find (and keep) someone that can fucking stands me or for me to do the same with somebody else. It's really not. cute. at. all. Perhaps she might think this personality type gives her points with her AsExUaL pErSoNa~~ . It seems to me she looks for things that might make her look special, all in a half-assed way, without realizing that it simply doesn't translate with how she is in real life. I'm going to be an INTJ because is rare; I'm not bissexual nor a lesbian, so I can say I'm asexual so I can be something that is not boring like being "straight"; I'm too smart and artistic and special to go to college so I'm just gonna skip it (and do...nothing); I'm creating my own Hogwarts house because I need to show I'm such a big fan and I'm too cool to be in a regular house. It looks like I'm describing a 14 year old, but we are all here talking about a fucking 23 year old trying to look cool online. Like, jesus. But I don't know, I might be talking shit since I don't understand the whole 'personality type' thing, I just personally cannot see her as an INTJ because her whole realm of actions simply differ to much of my own. Also, before the whole foxtail fiasco, wasn't she a Gryffindor? Honestly, I like all the houses, but Gryffindor TO ME is the last one I would associate with LOGICAL THINKING. They are too goddamn impulsive!! I get anxious only by thinking about it :´( which makes it my least favorite house because I'm a Slytherin
You can talk to her (or any other snowflake for that matter) if you want to - about whatever, being the cherry blossom branches or something else -, PULL cannot stop you if you want to interact with any influencers out there, that's all on you. PULL itself can't interfere with your online activities, except when it comes to this space. The crucial point here is: if you want to contact any snowflake, don't post the outcome here because it gives the impression that this is a behavior encouraged by PULL, when it's not. I myself have commented on Kenna's posts before because I wanted to, as part of her audience (not as a PULL user), and therefore PULL has nothing to do with it, but I didn't post anything about this matter here since this is a place to discuss a snowflake actions and not to interfere. That's why this rule exist. Capiche?
She gained some weight, you can see how her face is fuller and almost bloated (I'm not saying she is fat, she's not). Those shorter eyebrows also make her face appear larger than it is. For someone who wants so bad to have a shaved jawline, her currently hairstyle, diet and eyebrows are a simply_no_no
This video was ok. It's nice seeing her with a hobby and I think it's cool to see that she was able to sew a whole dress by herself, regardless if it looks pretty or not. Her voiceover was nice as well, she was basically explaining what she was going to do without being condescending and without terrible jokes. When she speaks 'neutral' like that I think it helps her to stay away from controversies. I still think her interests are boring as fuck (and I say that being a Harry Potter fan myself) but hey, at least this video wasn't about Disney.
When I was in Japan the only thing I tried from Starbucks was the Sakura Frapuccino but only because 1. I've never ate/drank anything sakura-flavored before going there, so I was basically eating everything I could find and 2. We don't have Starbucks where I live so I always go to one at least once whenever I'm travelling. LoL Obviously I ate a bunch of different stuff besides that because it's fucking Japan. But yes, authentic cousine is such an amazing part of the whole travel experience, I think I'll never forget the taste of a famous apple pie I ate in Amsterdan, a traditional apple cider that got me drunk in Frankfurt or Eisbein mit Sauerkraut (ham hock with fermented cabbage) I ate both in Berlin and Frankfurt. You don't have to spend your whole money with food (unless you really want to), but try at least one famous dish, even if you spend the rest of your trip eating inexpensive fast food. I think one thing is not trying something because you don't have the funds to (and I totally respect that) and a whole completely different thing is not trying at all because you're a simply_brat lmao
That won't help her. If your hair is elastic the last thing you should do is making it more 'emollient' - that will actually make it easier for it to break and fall. To give an example, that's why people with overly processed and damaged hair (like her) should always blow dry instead of letting it wet and dry naturally; although heat is not really good for the hair, it's harder for it to break when it's dry. It's not a coincidence that unhealthy hair always takes a lot longer to dry naturally. That's a common characteristic of really damaged hair. That's why we should use things like olaplex or keratin mixed with some hair mask. It gives it strength and structure temporarily (notice how her hair lost its volume and how she needs to brush it a lot to make it more vivid, we saw that a few pages back) and allows you to do later what she's trying to do now: hydrate. Keratin is so powerful you have to be careful with the frequency you apply it: it can make your hair so 'hard' and dry (the opposite of her currently hair state, which is elastic) that it will break. Considering her pictures and Instagram stories, I think 3 uses of keratin (giving a few days of rest between each application) - and never letting her hair stay wet - would make wonders. But I think it must be hard for someone so egocentric to admit that you need a special treatment to make your hair a little bit decent.