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    Hello my bipedalled friends...my name is Marcello.. Like Aslan I have returned. For those who are unfamiliar with me I am similar to the great lion though with slightly more gravitas:



    I like typing cats and people and theorizing about the enneagram. The enneagram is a natural fit for me because I have nine lives and there are nine types. I will post random enneagram observations in between my catnaps here since my charisma is too large not to have my own thread.
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    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.

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    Hi Marcello-

    We have a cat. I was wondering if you could advise me about his needs. He typically sits close to us and all and enjoys a little attention, but doesn't like us to pet him that much. What does this mean? How much physical comfort and affection does our cat need anyway? Also any ideas on his type?

    Thanks

    btw did you realize one of your pupils is enlarged?

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    Do you know of any good 9w8 profiles? I can't find any. Thanks.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Hey CatGeorgeous it's good to see you.

    I still think I'm a four, even though many people tried to convince me that I might be a six.

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    diffrence between 5w6 and 6w5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wren View Post
    Hi Marcello-

    We have a cat. I was wondering if you could advise me about his needs. He typically sits close to us and all and enjoys a little attention, but doesn't like us to pet him that much. What does this mean? How much physical comfort and affection does our cat need anyway? Also any ideas on his type?

    Thanks

    btw did you realize one of your pupils is enlarged?
    Hello my bipedalled friend...your cat is a five like me. Petting him too much will make him feel overwhelmed. Too much affection will cause him to withdraw. If you respect his privacy he will eventually let you pet him more. Just remember to be patient as fives take time to open up.

    One of my pupils being larger is due to me wearing a monicle...I think it make me look rather distinguished...don't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Hey CatGeorgeous it's good to see you.

    I still think I'm a four, even though many people tried to convince me that I might be a six.
    Hello my old friend...distinguishing between 4w3 and 6w7 is always tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    diffrence between 5w6 and 6w5?
    All breeds of 5 believe they are inherently able to understand things more deeply than others. 5w6s "just know" they are odd and aren't as fearful of rejection compared to the 6w5. The 6w5 is more likely to tell the 5w6 how strange he is than vice versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellowMarcello View Post
    All breeds of 5 believe they are inherently able to understand things more deeply than others. 5w6s "just know" they are odd and aren't as fearful of rejection compared to the 6w5. The 6w5 is more likely to tell the 5w6 how strange he is than vice versa.
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