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    Honor Thy Inferior Such Irony's Avatar
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    I would like to find specimens of the following:

    ENTJ 9
    INFP 8
    ISFJ 7
    INTP 2
    ESFP 5

    I may even offer a reward.
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    I was looking for examples of people that are relatively known and could actually see how they behave.
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    @BlackCat
    a few more "impossible" types
    - Stewie Griffin: INTJ 8w7 Sp/?? (and he is exactly like my INTJ 8w7 friend, whom I'm 100% sure is typed correctly, so yes, they are possible)
    - Winnie the Pooh: ISFP 9w1 Sp/So
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbringer View Post
    I'm curious about people who say that every MBTI type can be any enneagram type. I used to believe that, but now I'm not so sure. For example, does anyone have a real life example of an ESFJ 5 or a Te dominant 9?
    I know an ESTJ 9 male, self-typed. He's not afraid of conflict and does his best to deal with it swiftly and work out a positive solution. However, he seems to avoid it as much as possible, and it makes him unhappy when he has to deal with what he perceives to be unnecessary conflict. (In comparison to myself as a NeFi 6, who is afraid of conflict but tends to mull in it.)

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    @BlackCat

    Question regarding the blank spaces; are they merely correlations that are simply exceptionally rare, or do you believe that they're inherently incompatible with each other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    @BlackCat
    a few more "impossible" types
    - Stewie Griffin: INTJ 8w7 Sp/?? (and he is exactly like my INTJ 8w7 friend, whom I'm 100% sure is typed correctly, so yes, they are possible)
    - Winnie the Pooh: ISFP 9w1 Sp/So
    I'm pretty sure Stewie is an ENTP CP 6. One reason why I haven't really listened to your input on this much is because I happen to disagree on quite a few of your typings, and you have changed your type a lot IIRC.

    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    @BlackCat

    Question regarding the blank spaces; are they merely correlations that are simply exceptionally rare, or do you believe that they're inherently incompatible with each other?
    Well once I get a new network card for my PC (and stop using public computers) then I'm going to do a few tweaks, namely with what you just pointed out. I think that there are some combinations that are exceptionally rare that I have over sighted on my list; and also some that I simply forgot to point out since I made it when I was really tired.

    I didn't plan on these technical issues :P but I want to elaborate more on some of my typings and why some are "impossible" later. I'd consider this list more of a rough draft than anything.

    I'll be consistently updating my OP until I feel that it's good enough, and the things I need to do will always be present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Well once I get a new network card for my PC (and stop using public computers) then I'm going to do a few tweaks, namely with what you just pointed out. I think that there are some combinations that are exceptionally rare that I have over sighted on my list; and also some that I simply forgot to point out since I made it when I was really tired.

    I didn't plan on these technical issues :P but I want to elaborate more on some of my typings and why some are "impossible" later. I'd consider this list more of a rough draft than anything.

    I'll be consistently updating my OP until I feel that it's good enough, and the things I need to do will always be present.
    Ah, good then, I'll be patiently awaiting your future edits.

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    Uh, I'm a 3w4 INFJ. Never say never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    I would like to find specimens of the following:

    ENTJ 9
    INFP 8
    ISFJ 7
    INTP 2
    ESFP 5

    I may even offer a reward.
    I actually know two INFP 8s IRL. I've seen an INFP 8 in fiction or as a celebrity, but I can't remember who it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    INFP - 6w7 common ; 6w5 rare
    INFP 6w5 doesn't seem rares.

    ISFP - 6w7 common ; 6w5 rare
    I think it's right.

    INFJ - 6w7 rare; 6w5 very common
    Yeah.

    ISFJ - 6w7 rare; 6w5 very common

    ISFJ 6w7 are pretty currents.

    ENFP - 6w7 common ; 6w5 rare
    I'd say "moderately common" rather than "rare" for ENFP 6w5.

    ESFP - 6w7 uncommon; 6w5 rare
    ESFP 6w7: very commons. ESFP 6w5: quite rares.

    ESFJ - 6w7 common; 6w5 rare
    ESFJ 6w7: very common. ESFJ 6w5: moderately common.

    ENFJ - 6w7 uncommon; 6w5 uncommon
    Same than for ESFJ, see above.

    INTP - 6w7 rare; 6w5 very common
    I'd say "quite rare", but other than that, I think you're right.


    ISTP - 6w7 very common; 6w5 very common
    ISTP 6w7: quite rare. ISTP 6w5: very common.

    INTJ - 6w7 rare; 6w5 very common
    Yes.

    ISTJ - 6w7 rare; 6w5 very common
    Yes.

    ENTP - 6w7 uncommon; 6w5 rare

    ENTP 6w7: common. ENTP 6w5: common.

    ESTP - 6w7 uncommon; 6w5 rare
    ESTP 6w7: very common ESTP 6w5: quite rare.

    ENTJ - 6w7 rare; 6w5 rare
    ENTJ 6w7: common ENTJ 6w5: common

    ESTJ - 6w7 uncommon; 6w5 common
    Yes.
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