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    Secret Sex Freak Hazashin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    And after all Lady Gaga is a major 4.
    Oh, no. You don't want Speed to come in here, do you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Shhh, Speed will come to argue with you if you do that!
    I was just about to say that!

    I seriously was going to post that same exact thing, and then I read you had posted the same thing before I even got the chance to! But I wrote it anyway lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Yes, however, Fours are in the image triad. The way their perception is distorted generally shows up as an over-identification with their own "uniqueness" and a simultaneous rejection of and longing for "the perfect self-representation" (see SK's post).
    This word is so overrated. I feel like it's taken out of context a lot of the time. I'd say the type over-identifies with their defectiveness (sounds more accurate). Feeling unique is a defense mechanism against the shame and defectiveness. But eh...I'm just nitpicking at words and semantics now. I'll stop derailing the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    This word is so overrated. I feel like it's taken out of context a lot of the time. I'd say the type over-identifies with their defectiveness (sounds more accurate). Feeling unique is a defense mechanism against the shame and defectiveness. But eh...I'm just nitpicking at words and semantics now. I'll stop derailing the thread.
    That's the thing, isn't it? They're uniquely damaged - outcasts, misfits, the grass growing weakly on the shade. They take pride in fact that "no one can understand them and their deep emotions"... Is that about right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Shhh, Speed will come to argue with you if you do that!
    He's free to come in here and disagree. He'd be wrong though.

    Lady Gaga is the embodiment of 4w3

    I consider myself special for owning up to being ordinary and boring.
    You're braver than I am

    Does it guarantee you'll describe your emotions just like CuriousFeeling?
    Why? How does she describe her emotions?

    But therein lies the twist: is someone suffering from depression, regardless of actual Enneagram, more likely to type as a 4 when down in the dumps?
    I suppose. The same probably goes for creative, pretentious or self-absorbed non-4s - that is, if they don't mind looking like a pathetic, cry-baby, emo as well.
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    I just think it's a bad idea in general to say "never" because with ~7,000,000,000,000 people in this world and that number steadily increasing, and only 9 Enneatypes and 16 MBTI types (9*16=144, so 144 type combos per 7 bil people = on average 48,611,111,100 people per combined type), I'm inclined to think that eventually the circumstances are going to happen where we get an INFP 8, or an ESFJ 5, or an ENTJ 9. Even if there isn't one right now, maybe there will be in the future. Why would you say "never" when it's not only a statistical improbability, but it's really, for the sake of logic, not necessary? Just call it "extremely rare" and be done with it. So maybe an overly enthusiastic INFP will mistype as an 8 for a month or two because they really want to be one. Oh well. Better than the graph being false, IMO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    You're braver than I am
    Not really. I just admit to being cowardly. :/

    Why? How does she describe her emotions?
    Observe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Not really. I just admit to being cowardly. :/
    But that in and of itself takes courage

    The link doesn't work for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    The link doesn't work for me
    Odd. Well, you could search the "What are you feeling right now?" thread for CF's posts, maybe? It's what I did...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Odd. Well, you could search the "What are you feeling right now?" thread for CF's posts, maybe? It's what I did...
    I had a look but I'm not entirely sure about what you were implying.

    Could you explain a little further?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I had a look but I'm not entirely sure about what you were implying.

    Could you explain a little further?
    Let's just say the word "flowery" comes to mind.
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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