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    @badger055 Might I suggest 6w7

    Quote Originally Posted by badger055 View Post
    Holy shit I think I'm a 7 my mind is blown. I do always want what is new, I always want to be entertained and I'm always looking to the future. I can be ADD sometimes leaving projects unfinished and starting new ones. When I talk with people I like I have a lot of energy I put on them and I always wondered where that came from.
    This fits 6w7 more than 7, at best it's inconclusive. Plus, 6w7 is more likely to oscillate between low and high energy, while 7s are always on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    @badger055 Might I suggest 6w7



    This fits 6w7 more than 7, at best it's inconclusive. Plus, 6w7 is more likely to oscillate between low and high energy, while 7s are always on.
    No what the hell I have no connection to 6 whatsoever. Stop replying to my thread its dead I'm a 7w8.

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    Sp/sx 7w8's looks like 3w4's from that I have seen. SP 5's look like cheap, and miserly, Ebaneiser Scrooge mother fuckas. They tend to look a lot like 8's from first glance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badger055 View Post
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    Sp 7s are hedonistic, ambitious and typically a lot more action oriented than 5s; Sp 5s are your classic hoarders, much more timid and typically very reclusive

    compare Hugh Hefner and Scarlett O'Hara to Warren Buffet and Ebeneezer Scrooge
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    Quote Originally Posted by badger055 View Post
    Lol yep. I would of got it ages ago if the 7 descriptions weren't so extrovert biased. My first act as a 7 is to stop integrating to 5.
    Maybe you're not a 7 then if 5 isn't a good influence.


    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    This fits 6w7 more than 7, at best it's inconclusive. Plus, 6w7 is more likely to oscillate between low and high energy, while 7s are always on.
    What was 6 in it? I didn't see anything 6 in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    What was 6 in it? I didn't see anything 6 in it.
    6s can be very engaging with people they like and can be very distractable. Looking to the future and always wanting to be entertained are just general human qualities.

    Anyway I would rather just let this thread go as OP requested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    6s can be very engaging with people they like and can be very distractable. Looking to the future and always wanting to be entertained are just general human qualities.

    Anyway I would rather just let this thread go as OP requested.
    "Always" (bolded) is overstatement for it to be a general human quality. But I suppose you meant that for 7's it's particularly characteristic causing a problem

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