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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I don't think she is. I think she's 1w2 So/Sp
    It's been ages since I've seen King of the Hill, but I think Peggy's a 2w1. Hank's a 1w9 of the most boring kind.

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    Certified Sausage Smoker Elfboy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    It's been ages since I've seen King of the Hill, but I think Peggy's a 2w1. Hank's a 1w9 of the most boring kind.
    actually, that makes a lot more sense. I knew there was 1 and 2 in there somewhere
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    Honor Thy Inferior Such Irony's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Well @Elfboy if you're right that I'm sp/so, then I'm a good example.

    I don't know if it's contradictory, per se. I feel like it emphasizes particular tendencies inherent in my type anyway, e.g. always being cautious, always wanting to be prepared, being kind of controlling about scheduling/routine (e.g. meals), and becoming very withdrawn under stress. It also makes me more independent, I think; very happy to socialize, but also wanting to socialize on my own terms, without too much pressure -- if that makes sense.

    One thing I will say, though: A while back, someone posted a thread about typing people by their eyes? And one thing I've noticed, that may or may not be BS but seems to work from my personal experience, is that you can totally tell sp and sx from photos. Sp-doms give off this vibe, like they're looking out at the world from behind their eyes, if that makes sense. Like they aren't necessarily present in the world. Whereas Sx-doms always look like they're present; they have very intense stares, with more outward-focused energy. And in this regard, I think I do come across as more introverted, because I think that Sp descriptor applies to me, in videos and photos.
    Interesting. My eyes are more SP-like than SX-like, consistent with my self-assessment.

    How would you describe SO eyes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    Interesting. My eyes are more SP-like than SX-like, consistent with my self-assessment.

    How would you describe SO eyes?
    I have absolutely no idea. I can really only tell Sx and Sp, from the reasoning I mentioned before, namely seeming immersed in the world versus seeming partially removed from it. I'd love to hear other people's theories, to fill in that gap, though.
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    The majority of Sp/So are extrovert, I think.
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    I suspect my mom is an ESFJ sp/so 2w1. She's always making sure sp-stuff is covered... tending to the house, food, transportation, clothing, stuff like that. She's a very classic "mom". She's very good socially and she's very focused on the nature of interactions, but she also does a lot by herself. It's possible that she's so/sp, but the so/sp descriptions that I have read focus heavily on pride and ambition, neither of which I really see her demonstrate. She does suffer from the 2 doing-for-love, though, of course.

    I'm surprised by 2w1 for Peggy. I would have thought 3w2. A huge aspect of her character is her egotism and need to achieve.

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