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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Mark Zuckerberg is a stereotypycal Sp/So: submissive and want to fit in, but protective about his security and safety. So/Sp are more "enlarging" people, they are more dynamic, energetic and spontaneously sociable.
    The last word I would use for that character is submissive
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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    The last word I would use for that character is submissive
    That's because you hav'nt seen how he is with girls.
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    I can see sp/so for Zuckerberg. He's got that "needs to prove to himself that he can behave and come across as socially able" vibe I've gotten from 5w6 sp/so people I've known. (A small sample group, but I'm a nerd with nerd friends, so a reasonable number.)

    Meanwhile, the so/sp 5w6s I've known, although not exactly social butterflies, are more comfortable in their ability to express their ideas and will, oddly, often be more willing to be nasty and confrontational if they feel they've been provoked. (Movie Zuckerberg is definitely an so/sp in my estimation.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    I can see sp/so for Zuckerberg. He's got that "needs to prove to himself that he can behave and come across as socially able" vibe I've gotten from 5w6 sp/so people I've known. (A small sample group, but I'm a nerd with nerd friends, so a reasonable number.)

    Meanwhile, the so/sp 5w6s I've known, although not exactly social butterflies, are more comfortable in their ability to express their ideas and will, oddly, often be more willing to be nasty and confrontational if they feel they've been provoked.
    Yes, true.

    (Movie Zuckerberg is definitely an so/sp in my estimation.)
    I think that can be in part because the actor himself is an So/Sp (6w7).
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    I think I'm a 5w6 so/sp, but I suppose sp/so is also a possibility. I can (and love to be) talkative about my areas of interest, and that's the kind of thing I use to find my role in a group. And I don't know if this has much to do with personality type, but people are consistently surprised by how good of a public speaker I can be. Most of the time I seem a little awkward, alternating between the "talkative nerd" and being a recluse, so I guess nobody expects that I'd be any good getting up in front of a group of people and giving a speech or a presentation or teaching a class. And the truth is, I always like it more than I expect to.

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