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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post

    Isn't it a bit of a contradiction that they're people fearing yet blabbery? Wouldn't they be quieter in social situations?
    not really when you notice the Ne doms with ego enneas have a tendency to fear self exposure. The fact they are extroverts doesnt change cause they are ego enneas, it just means they arent that attuned to the extroverted realm and thus their blabbering comes off as.. Inappropriate and dominating. And having ego ennea, they naturally take others rejectivity of them into their ego. For example, they start expecting people would refuse them just cause majority does and thus they wont act themselves entirely, fearing to act that based on experiences. Makes sense, yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    not really when you notice the Ne doms with ego enneas have a tendency to fear self exposure. The fact they are extroverts doesnt change cause they are ego enneas, it just means they arent that attuned to the extroverted realm and thus their blabbering comes off as.. Inappropriate and dominating. And having ego ennea, they naturally take others rejectivity of them into their ego. For example, they start expecting people would refuse them just cause majority does and thus they wont act themselves entirely, fearing to act that based on experiences. Makes sense, yes?
    Ah yes, I understand now. Thank you for clarifying that.

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    Common: 7, 3, 8
    Happens: 6, 5, 9
    Rare: 4, 1, 2

    How they vary: Take the ENTP functions Ne-Ti and strip away all the 7/3 attributes that are associated with ENTP behaviour, then add 5 things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Done.

    Uh.. to contribute something, I think ENTP Enneagram 5 is our consensus for House (M.D.)'s type.
    I think he's a CP 6w5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    ne is thrillled by new information/pattern gathering. Like a junky. it wants the High, not the coke itself. 5 seems like a wierd type for a primary Ne.
    Isn't this the thing types 5 do? Introvert themselves to gather information and formulate thoughts?

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