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    Are there any fictional characters or real life people that seem like you?

    Marge Simpson is also a 9w1 on that show btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellowMarcello View Post
    I was mulling over how to parse 5w4s from 5w6s beyond the traditional "5w4s are art" and "5w6s are science" stereotypes since I find those don't work well. I find if the 5w6 is older and less "thinky" then they are a harder typing for me since I consider the 5w6 to have a slightly higher "motor"...thoughts racing through the head...etc. Due to the poor type descriptions that overemphasize 4ish depth and feelings I see on the internet many 5w6s mistype as 5w4s...but almost never the other way around.
    I notice that 5w4ish avatars have a certain aesthetic...not quite pop art...but a pseudo-anime feel. The 5w6ish avatars are not quite "no-frill" but certainly "less-frills". The avatar aesthetic of the 5w4 seems to reflect the 5w4ish desire to "display" parts/degrees of themselves.

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    Good morning my bipedalled friends...

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    Greetings from fivedom my bipedalled friends...

    Would anyone like to challenge my self-typing?

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    Hello Marcello, you do look georgeous

    I have done lots of reading as well on the Enneagram and have come to the conclusion I am 9w8, like BlackCat. I have always identified with the E9 profile, perhaps because of my chosen profession as advocate, and prior to that as a teacher. I seem to choose work that involves a certain amount of confrontation/concensus building. I feel like I am more aggressive, sometimes bordering on passive/aggressive, and don't fit into the doormat profile.

    It's interesting to me that you previously mentioned that 9w8 are so rare on forums like this because they lack intuition. Can you explain that further? Do you mean that type is more grounded, for lack of a better term? I read a description that said the type is more "sensual"--does that jive with your understanding?

    Have a purrfect day!
    I've looked at life from both sides now
    From up and down and still somehow
    It's life's illusions I recall
    I really don't know life at all

    Joni Mitchell

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    Hello my bipedalled friend...

    I'd say a 9w8 is more conscious of their rhythm than sensual...like a car idling in the driveway. They seem to be focused on maintaining their idle more than anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by statuesquechica View Post
    Hello Marcello, you do look georgeous
    Have a purrfect day!
    INDEED...

    Stay safe my bipedalled friend.

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    Good afternoon my bipedalled friends...

    When the cat's away the mice can play...HAR HAR

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    Jack Bauer has a similar level of gravitas as yours truly. I have him as 8w9 sp/sx on screen...and 3w4 sx/sp offscreen.

    Type safely my bipedalled friends...

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