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    From the Undertow CuriousFeeling's Avatar
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    "honestly...."
    "that's so gorgeous/cute/beautiful!"
    "The truth is..."
    "Indeed."
    "Precisely."
    "Exactly."
    "Excellent."
    "Logically..."
    "I feel...."
    "I think..."
    "I do <insert verb here>..."
    "What the hell?"
    "OMG!"
    "....<insert giggle here>...."
    "I wish that..."
    "I hope so, but I wouldn't hold my breath."
    "Don't just complain, do something!"
    "If only..."
    "This sounds like...."
    "This is epic!"
    "I LOVE this!"
    = enneatype 4w5 maybe? can see some 1, 5, and 6 catchphrases in here too.
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    I don't hold out much for parsing enneatype from catch phrases. "Excellent," for example, can be shaded for type based on tone/source/intent.
    There's Bill and Ted surfer dudes' "excellent"
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dn2r11gYShM"]Bill and Ted [/YOUTUBE]

    and then there's the Mr. Burns evil mastermind's "excellent."
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKUOB8MN4Kc"]Mr. Burns[/YOUTUBE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greta View Post
    I don't hold out much for parsing enneatype from catch phrases. "Excellent," for example can be shaded for type based on tone/source/intent.
    There's Bill and Ted surfer dudes' "excellent" and then there's the Mr. Burns evil mastermind's "excellent."
    Hey, I'm not saying it's a way to do it, just something to possibly take into consideration. And yes, you know how you're saying "excellent", no one else knows on here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Hey, I'm not saying it's a way to do it, just something to possibly take into consideration. And yes, you know how you're saying "excellent", no one else knows on here...

    Still, it is a fun lil exercise to draw patterns from these.
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    Agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greta View Post
    I don't hold out much for parsing enneatype from catch phrases. "Excellent," for example can be shaded for type based on tone/source/intent.
    There's Bill and Ted surfer dudes' "excellent"
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dn2r11gYShM"][/YOUTUBE]

    and then there's the Mr. Burns evil mastermind's "excellent."
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKUOB8MN4Kc"][/YOUTUBE]
    It's a reserved but delighted version, with a slight dark edge, if this clarifies things. Not surfer dude "WOAH EXCELLENT!", but not nearly as evil mastermind as Mr. Burns (although when I say it, I end up thinking I sound just like him.)
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    I see some people were replying what are their most often used catch phrases; i was writting only related to my e-type!!!

    I have NO clue what are general most used

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    "WTF?"
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    835 or 8w7

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    Me - 6w7

    "Nevermind."
    "Nonsense."
    "Really?"
    "For real?"
    "Precisely."
    "Personally..."
    "Are you serious!?"
    "I'm sick and tired of..."
    "You have to be classy/graceful/proper."
    "I act with class."
    "I'd never do that/hang out with them."
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    So far, if we are talking about words.. I identified with what most the INFJ's have written..
    words like: honestly, indeed, i think, i feel. It SEEMS is a big one for me.. excellent, etc. But i notice that I will pick up catch phrases from people I really like, that i think highly of.. certain phrases will remind me of this person.

    WOrds I like to use:

    Fellow
    Lady
    Shenanigans
    Hum-Drum
    Fantastic right there, just fantastic
    outstanding
    amazing
    madlove
    doll
    bastard
    (i notice some hyperbole here-- maybe an E thing?)
    Interesting. (when my lie detector is going off and I'm about to thrash through the inconsistancies someone just tried to feed me)
    livin' the dream, just livin the dream (said to be funny)

    I will go through movie phases too.. where certain sayings will stick out and i will use them for weeks
    recently i watched Anger Management for the umpteenth time
    so for the last few weeks when I see someone get really sarcastic i'll say "sarcasms angers ugly cousin" sarcastically for an ironic effect
    or the scene where adam sandler is sitting in the bar with his anger pal.. because his anger pal is in a bad mood, and the anger pal is going on about being in grenada or something.. then he looks at sandler really intensly yet maniacally and says "I have seen some shit, yes I have SEEN some shit" makes me laugh SOOO hard. I'll throw that out there, on and off for a few weeks.

    dude, really, and alot. All bad ones for me.

    New catch phraze on the street I can't take?
    "I know, right?"
    I hear this ALL THE EFEN TIME.. and it drives me caraazy.
    WTF is that? It's a statement and a question rolled into one.
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