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    He's an intelectual and a coward. He does'nt feel naturally strong, but use his imagination and intlectual habilities to resverse the power relationship and the social order, in order tto overcome a world that he estimates built to make him fail and maintain him weak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    He's an intelectual and a coward. He does'nt feel naturally strong, but use his imagination and intlectual habilities to resverse the power relationship and the social order, in order tto overcome a world that he estimates built to make him fail and maintain him weak.
    you've convinced me
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    Good! (:
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    Belle is a 6w5? I thought she was more like a 9w1... The way she seems "with her head in the clouds" to the townsfolk...

    Gaston is spot on, tho, if I remember the movie correctly. The way he stalks Belle and tries to make her a social status symbol, when he can have pretty much every other woman in the town... He seems more of a Sx/So in my humble opinion, though - Sx Threes are usually the ones who are concerned with making themselves "desirable" or "irresistible"... Adonises and Aphrodites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Belle is a 6w5? I thought she was more like a 9w1... The way she seems "with her head in the clouds" to the townsfolk...

    Gaston is spot on, tho, if I remember the movie correctly. The way he stalks Belle and tries to make her a social status symbol, when he can have pretty much every other woman in the town... He seems more of a Sx/So in my humble opinion, though - Sx Threes are usually the ones who are concerned with making themselves "desirable" or "irresistible"... Adonises and Aphrodites.
    his motivation to win Belle is to inpress his peers more than to win Belle. social status is more important to him than sexual status
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    Hem. I typed Gaston as Sx/So.

    And 6w5 have head in clouds too, especially when they are INFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Hem. I typed Gaston as Sx/So.

    And 6w5 have head in clouds too, especially when they are INFP.
    I still think he was So first. his main concern is social status, not sexiness.
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    He is not enough socially soft to be So first, and too much obssessive about Belle to be Sx second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Hem. I typed Gaston as Sx/So.
    Oops! Sorry, I misread you... I confused the Beast's typing with Gaston's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    And 6w5 have head in clouds too, especially when they are INFP.
    Interesting... I thought the Six core would make them more "alert"... Would you mind elaborating on Belle being 6w5, if you please? I'm just curious.

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    She is alert. But she's also omaginative. No contradictions.
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