Reminds me of Entp 7w8 precison driving and engineering:
I remember the time we went shopping together at the Berlin Flea Market/Auction he drove an pearlescent Audi Quattro that day. It had rained. As we were leaving he decided he was going to drift the car sideways the entire length of the parking lot. So here we are are sliding sideways through the parking lot and another car was making its way across the lot as we are barreling towards them sideways. The driver of the other car has this "oh, shit, look on their face because they think we are going to hit them (they step on the gas trying to get out of the way, wheels spinning) I glance over at my Dad and say "Dad, will you stop already, you are scaring the shit of people" He responds with laughter. I smiled and said "Dad you are a maniac, I trust you because I know you have complete control over the car, but they don't" He just kept right on laughing steering out at the last minute.
Also, anytime I think of a Black Porshe 911 and the time I drove it on Rte 38 in Mt. Laurel, NJ, (with my heart in my throat 0-60 in 3 seconds at a red-light) :
When I was 10 year old, my father brought home an Aston Martin DB5-50 and parked it out front of our house. So for the entire weekend there was a steady stream of spectators stopping to admire the car. I didn't understand why. He said it was the same car James Bond drove. I remember it had a mahogany steering wheel and leather seats.
Also, real 7's have the demeanor of a sophisticated, debonair and worldly wise gentleman, pushing the envelope for sensation thrills. Nothing at all like the rock star personae which is frequently attributed to the type.
And yes, Dear Enneagram Enthusiasts that is an example of a true, real life 7w8. Thanks for watching.
Love that show so much. I know what you mean about feeling like it's about your world.
Yes... like the kinds of jobs the characters have, and the utter lack of disregard about appearing "adult." I think my favorite bit was the freak-out about the environment at the office supply store... what could be more Generation Y than that?
I also hope that Abbi's roommate is never shown. I think if he was ever revealed, that would be tragic.
Forget the dead you've left; they will not follow you.
The vagabond who is rapping at your door, is standing in the clothes you once wore.