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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    Add the WHY WAS MY FUCKING POST MOVED post count hissy fit and the hillbilly photoshoots, I always assumed he was an So posterchild.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    The 7 wing bring a connection to 9 under stress, 6w7s become self effacing, conciliant and conformist, and are so immersed in various possibilities than they llost their inner guidance and go with the flow.
    Never heard this before, but it makes sense somehow.

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    I'm flattered that you guys are arguing over my instinctual varient, but this isn't the thread for it (I''ll resurrect my old thread about my IV).

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    6w5s tend to be more focused and introverted than a 6w7s. Usually 6w5s are more concrete IMO.

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    6w7 are versatile and glamorous while 6w5 are abrasive and frugal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    6w7 are versatile and glamorous while 6w5 are abrasive and frugal.
    Bit of a generalisation there, I think!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    6w7 are versatile and glamorous while 6w5 are abrasive and frugal.
    Hardly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Bit of a generalisation there, I think!
    Yes, I admit it.

    But we can hardly see the contrary. A 6w7 can hardly be abrasive and frugal. 6w5 can hardly be versatile and glamorous.

    It become harder when you have to deal with theses 6s who seem to be all of that at the same time, like Julia Roberts.

    But when we read theses quotes from her:

    I never had enough dresses to be a lady [and] I wouldn't call myself a woman. ... I'm somewhere between a chick and a broad."
    It is clear that she is 6w5.

    Tupac Shakur, also, seemed to be a glamorous and versatile 6w7, but he was actually vry intelectual and easily going in depth, he was glamorous and fun-loving, but not really "versatile" in the sense of guy who could not focused and was too much scattered. Actually, he was a 6w5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Yes, I admit it.

    But we can hardly see the contrary. A 6w7 can hardly be abrasive and frugal. 6w5 can hardly be versatile and glamorous.

    It become harder when you have to deal with theses 6s who seem to be all of that at the same time, like Julia Roberts.

    But when we read theses quotes from her:



    It is clear that she is 6w5.

    Tupac Shakur, also, seemed to be a glamorous and versatile 6w7, but he was actually vry intelectual and easily going in depth, he was glamorous and fun-loving, but not really "versatile" in the sense of guy who could not focused and was too much scattered. Actually, he was a 6w5.
    I've been described as versatile and glamorous by others. On quite a few occasions. On the other hand, I think 6w5 probably fits me better (or I have pretty balanced wings.) I don't think you can generalise to that extent.

    I actually think that many 6s are likely to be chameleons, which makes it more difficult.
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