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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Yes. Tumblr girls!

    (I'll bet a lot of them are secret ISFJs.)
    (Disclaimer: Yes, I do realize that Tumblr is home to a lot of communities that cater to disenfranchised and socially invisible members of society, aspiring artists and writers and reaction gif lovers. It's also seemingly swarming with CuriousFeeling clones cranked up to eleven, judgmental zealots, pretentious hipsters and people who think they should never have to speak with proles who don't enjoy talking about politics 24/7. And yaoi fangirls.)

    /PC tangent
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post


    What would you speculate on these things:
    - Why would we have so few Enneagram 9s, 6s, 1s, and 2s compared to the population at large?
    - Why would we have so many Enneagram 5s and 4s compared to the population at large?
    - It looks like the previous dominance of 4s and 5s may be decreasing and percentage of 6s is increasing. Thoughts as to why?
    - Any other thoughts?
    I think there are fewer 2's because they are out there helping others and less likely to be introspective and wondering about their enneatype.
    I think there are fewer 1's because they are out there fixing injustices. Again less likely to be introspective and question their enneatype.
    I think 6's and 9's frequently mistake themselves for another enneatype. Maybe it's the way the type descriptions are written. 6's and 9's descriptions seem too ordinary and commonplace and less 'interesting' than some of the other types like 4 and 5, which seem more unique. Not suprisingly 4 and 5 are the two enneatypes that a disproportinally high percentage of enneagram enthusiasts self-type as. Much like there's a disproportionate number of MBTI enthusiasts self-typing as INxx types.

    I think as time passes many of the 4's and 5's realize they are 6's. I think compared to other types, there seems to be a greater outward diversity as to how 6 behavior can manifest. Think phobic vs. counterphobic. They can look like two completely different styles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
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    Okay, my comment is...

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    You left me out of your chart. You have ISFP 7 as 0%. *sniff*

    You know, unless you're just counting me as not giving a damn, which would also be accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    CuriousFeeling clones cranked up to eleven
    Whoa. That was slightly more judgy than I was expecting. But discounting how you dissed her just then, I agree about the annoying Tumblr groups you were talking about. Honestly, just because you're a teenager and you feel like no one understands you, it doesn't mean you're an INFJ, or a 4 -- like @SilkRoad was saying. (Was it SilkRoad?) For example, I fit that description in my early to mid teens, but that doesn't make me an NF or a 4 -- it makes me a 1 disintegrating to 4, and an ESTJ going into INFP shadow mode. (Also it makes me a TEENAGER.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Whoa. That was slightly more judgy than I was expecting.
    Hence the "cranked up to eleven".

    If I did diss her, I'll write a formal letter of apology. In Times New Roman and with proper paragraphs.

    (Also, I'm mostly talking about how she writes in the "what are you feeling righ now?" thread specifically.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Okay, my comment is...



    You left me out of your chart. You have ISFP 7 as 0%. *sniff*

    You know, unless you're just counting me as not giving a damn, which would also be accurate.
    Alas, the reason is that your Enneagram type is listed as 7", which might be some other meaningful number to you but doesn't match with the two options I searched for which were 7w6 and 7w8.

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    I don't understand why you guys are any doubtful about the fact that JCF=Enneagram. JCF is just more specific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    I don't understand why you guys are any doubtful about the fact that JCF=Enneagram. JCF is just more specific.
    Huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    Huh?
    For me, there is no point in separating/isolating them, which is what you have attempted to do. 5 is always Ti. 4 is always Ji but mainly Fi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    (But the types associated with SJs are still not terribly common, because, as we know, SJs generally aren't interested in internet forums in general.)
    I'm pretty sure this is a myth propagated by people on typology forums. Their logic generally seems to be: There aren't many SJs around here, therefore SJs must not like forums.
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