Type AB “Humanists” are rational and cool, but have a ‘split personality’ that is hard to handle.Type O “Warriors” are optimistic but insensitive, and the type B “Nomads” are the bad boys of the blood type personality world: wild and passionate, but irresponsible and selfish.Blood type personality theory takes these categories to a new, obsessively detailed psychologist Furukawa Takeji, who noticed differences in personality among groups of students while working in the administrative department of a women’s high school.He subsequently proposed a relationship between personality and the A, B, O and AB blood types, though scientists were skeptical in Japan at the time, and remain so today, with most seeing no basis for a correlation between blood type and personality.the BBC in 2012 that the phenomenon opened the door to what’s known as bura-hara, or blood type discrimination in Japan: the minority blood type groups, AB and B, can be looked over for certain job opportunities and projects in the workplace, or are assumed to have negative qualities.These blood types, which are common in the Taiwanese and Ainu minorities in Japan, were used to label them “violent and cruel” or “backward,” respectively.They are total rule breakers who love a little bit of chaos.
As someone who is addicted to all forms of personality quizzes (hello Myers-Briggs), I have researched extensively into the topic of personality traits by blood type.
Others look to numerology, and the mystical connections between numbers and life events.
Others take a more biological approach: dating by blood type.
Type Os love to make big swooping gestures – picture enormous flower deliveries, standing outside in the rain playing your favorite song on the radio…
anything you might see in a late 80’s rom-com, really.