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  1. #11
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    3w4's and 4w5's both tend to wear their heart on their sleeve, however (at least in my experience) 3w4's tend to shut down when it comes to emotion from others. They push it off to the side more, while 4w5's embrace it.

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    I'm not Trunks
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    Thanks for the info guys..I know my enneagram tritype now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    yes, but other 3w4s can be quite a bit like 4w5s. lots of 3w4s are more withdrawn and intellectual
    - David Bowie: 3w4 Sx/So
    - Richard Dawkins: 3w4 So/Sp
    - Edward Cullen: 3w4 Sp/Sx
    - Kevin Spacey: 3w4 So/Sx
    Edward Cullen? I've never read Twilight, but he seems more One-ish to me.

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    I'm not Trunks
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    I'm good looking 3w4..My friends never complain about my looks. And I'm not a freak like a monkey!

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