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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    I'd imagine 4w3's as the kinkiest type. All that masochism and being special...
    My experiences have confirmed this. I don't know about the reasoning though...lol never thought of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    yum!


    Ehem. That sounds better...I think nines are pretty gentle, or at least subtle in the bedroom. Sx or not...I dunno if it matters. I could be wrong I guess...just the impression I've gotten from the nines I'm around. They may be up for things but the way they go about it, doesn't seem kinky to me...it seems like you said...calmly sensual.



    I am OBSESSED. lol So I try to figure everyone's type out. I use it as a tool. I use it so often, because I suck at putting myself in others shoes. If I know their MBTI or Etype I can better assess what I need to moderate.

    ie I know 4's r sensitive. Way more sensitive than I'll ever be able to actually be. So I try not to do certain things I may normally do. Like I will REALLY try to watch my "You" statements. As they can take offense to things like that because it can seem to be an attack on their character. Same thing with Fi.

    If they're a thinker, I can usually say more of what's on my mind without them jumping down my throat about how insensitive I am being. This is all in general...of course...but it helps me get to know ppl better... and trust them. Which trust is a big thing for me.

    I don't relate well to people...so I have to get in their brains and relate to them some way...even if it's just knowing what cognitive functions they prefer. Then I can sometimes even know how to start a conversation.

    It seems like other people here on the forum can speed read ppl too though...that may be how they're typing everyone so much.
    Sure I get that... I read people too... It just doesn't usually result in a "type" I do sometimes if I'm particularly bored or curious about something I guess...

    Idk I can't imagine I'd feel super sure that I was right tho.

    I mean... My ex husband was in my life for 15 years!! And I don't know if he's a 1 even much less a 1w2 or 1w9 so/ sx or sp/so or what really I have no idea.

    I find it much easier to see people's mbti type I guess.
    Or maybe I have to brainstorm in person with them to figure it out. Idk whatever not important I guess. I just find it hard to imagine that so many people could be right about others types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Sure I get that... I read people too... It just doesn't usually result in a "type" I do sometimes if I'm particularly bored or curious about something I guess...

    Idk I can't imagine I'd feel super sure that I was right tho.

    I mean... My ex husband was in my life for 15 years!! And I don't know if he's a 1 even much less a 1w2 or 1w9 so/ sx or sp/so or what really I have no idea.

    I find it much easier to see people's mbti type I guess.
    Or maybe I have to brainstorm in person with them to figure it out. Idk whatever not important I guess. I just find it hard to imagine that so many people could be right about others types.
    Yea Etypes can be difficult at first. I know what you mean. I am good at spotting 2's. They're like so easy now. I have had a lot of exposure to 2's though. And 8's I know them very well.

    Actually I think the harder ones to type are 6's, 7's, and 9's now for me. I have had enough time with the others to really get to know they're motivations and stuffs.

    And I've got the most self-doubting enneagram....so it can take me a while to come to a conclusion. And even then...some 4's integrate to 1's more than others for example... so it's still difficult to be solid. lol

    Also I learned that the amount of time you know someone may not even show you who they truly are. I had an experience with my most recent ex. Knew him 10 yrs before I even went out with him...and learned throughout the 4 years I was with him...he wasn't who I thought he was...sad. shame on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Sure I get that... I read people too... It just doesn't usually result in a "type" I do sometimes if I'm particularly bored or curious about something I guess...

    Idk I can't imagine I'd feel super sure that I was right tho.

    I mean... My ex husband was in my life for 15 years!! And I don't know if he's a 1 even much less a 1w2 or 1w9 so/ sx or sp/so or what really I have no idea.

    I find it much easier to see people's mbti type I guess.
    Or maybe I have to brainstorm in person with them to figure it out. Idk whatever not important I guess. I just find it hard to imagine that so many people could be right about others types.
    I find it pretty easy to guess enneagram type by looking at someone.

    Usually that one guy who's walking really fast, with his head up high, while wearing sun glasses and some eye catching outfit is 4w3. You see LOTS of these types in the city.

    4w5s are usually scrawny and shy/nervous looking, and dress kind of interesting, yet you can tell they're not trying to show off or really be the center of attention.

    8s usually look angry, 1s usually look very uptight and disdainful, while 9s look kind of blank. 9w8s tend to have this natural, earthy, easygoing swagger to them

    7w6s are kind of smiley and somewhat fidgety. They have this strange blend of narcissism and nervousness to their body language/expressions. 7w8s and some 8w7s tend to have this very obvious and secure confidence about them without 3-ish self-consciousness or stereotypical, 8w9 seriousness.

    6s come all types of flavors; you have the tough guy and the paranoid, visibly fidgety looking guy who are usually both 6w5s. 6w7 males tend to be scrawny and sometimes well-dressed or "trendy". Some phobic 6w7s kind of slump their shoulders a bit and stare around alot



    I usually have a vague idea if someone is Fear, Shame or Anger triad too. Those are just my guesses though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I find it pretty easy to guess enneagram type by looking at someone.

    Usually that one guy who's walking really fast, with his head up high, while wearing sun glasses and some eye catching outfit is 4w3. You see LOTS of these types in the city.

    4w5s are usually scrawny, and dress kind of interesting, yet you can tell they're not trying to show off or really be the center of attention.

    8s usually look angry, 1s usually look very uptight and disdainful, while 9s look kind of blank. 9w8s tend to have this natural, earthy, easygoing swagger to them

    7w6s are kind of smiley and somewhat fidgety. They have this strange blend of narcissism and nervousness to their body language/expressions. 7w8s and some 8w7s tend to have this very obvious and secure confidence about them without 3-ish self-consciousness or stereotypical, 8w9 seriousness.

    6s come all types of flavors; you have the tough guy and the paranoid, visibly fidgety looking guy who are usually both 6w5s. 6w7 males tend to be scrawny and sometimes well-dressed or "trendy". Some phobic 6w7s kind of slump their shoulders a bit and stare around alot



    I usually have a vague idea if someone is Fear, Shame or Anger triad too. Those are just my guesses though
    As long as you realize you're totally guessing. I mean you may not even be right about your own type.

    But I agree that certain types "look" a certain way and I agree that some are super obvious but you have to know not everyone is and certainly they don't all look alike.

    I wouldn't say that my 8 ex boyfriend looked angry at all and I don't think my type 4w5 bf is scrawny and dresses interestingly

    But yeah whatever man its fun to play with and think about I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I also tried to date someone whom was sx last. It was an INTJ 5w6 sp/so woman. There was just no sense of intimacy or connection between us. Sex with her wasn't passionate or intimate either. She was so sexual last TJ with her schedule that she set an egg timer for 20 minutes every time we had sex, and we could not go over that time limit EVER! I FUCKING HATED IT! It was like sex was purely physical with no intimacy or passion in it at all. FUCK THAT!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_X View Post
    Omfg that's funny! An egg timer!? What was her reasoning!!?? Is that all she had time for? That was what she decided was an appropriate amount of time?? Omg haha


    Also you people... How in the hell do you all know soo many people irl and all of their types. I rarely try and figure out the etypes of even the closest of people to me.
    That is funny. I thought egg timers only went up to three minutes.

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