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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    You mistyped yourself, so it's normal.
    Unlike the plonker, I didn't mistype myself. Transmit, is like me. I'm SX.

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    I've thought of myself as sp/sx but reading this I relate to sx first then sp. So is the one I could give up if I had to and sx is the one I would do if I could only do one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    The four sx tends to sound sounds completely whack.
    Fixed!

    (Just saying what I read, miss. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Fixed!

    (Just saying what I read, miss. )
    Well.. Yes. But the sp likes pretty houses and nice cognac and then overdoses on drugs or commits suicide, the so becomes famous and then becomes a weird hermit who completely reconstructs his face, while the sx is on the constant prowl for a soul mate then turns into a psycho stalker, so..

    Um. Never mind...

    (and yes, I hate to admit but I've been a psycho stalker..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Well.. Yes. But the sp likes pretty houses and nice cognac and then overdoses on drugs or commits suicide, the so becomes famous and then becomes a weird hermit who completely reconstructs his face
    Actually, that describes behavior of a lot of Sx/So.
    EsTP 6w7 Sx/Sp

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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Actually, that describes behavior of a lot of Sx/So.
    Sorry, I was thinking of all the suicide committing 4w5 sp/sx from your list
    And so/sx 4w3 michael jackson. It was a gross overgeneralization. But shit across the board 4 sx sounds like they've never had a regular day in their life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Well.. Yes. But the sp likes pretty houses and nice cognac and then overdoses on drugs or commits suicide, the so becomes famous and then becomes a weird hermit who completely reconstructs his face, while the sx is on the constant prowl for a soul mate then turns into a psycho stalker, so..

    Um. Never mind...

    (and yes, I hate to admit but I've been a psycho stalker..)
    I'm definitely an sp/sx if this is the case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I'm definitely an sp/sx if this is the case.
    Well good! Finding your instinct is simple, really...

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    After reading this, I am once again confused on my instinct.

    I don't identify much with any of them in the summary table. I strongly identify with a desire to leave a legacy part in the transmitting description but nothing else in the transmitting section fits me. In the preservation description, I care about environments feeling 'healthy' and preserving resources but not about things like heirlooms. I also don't care much about nesting and nurturing. In the navigating description, only the map reading part fits.

    I suppose preservation is the best overall fit going by the leadership section.

    And why is is that the article suggests only certain orders are possible:

    SP/SO/SX but not SP/SX/SO?
    SO/SX/SP but not SO/SP/SX?
    SX/SP/SO but not SX/SO/SP?
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    i don't feel any of them strongly but if i had to pick i guess i'd say sx/sp or preservation/ transmitting. i don't care for the descriptions tho.
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