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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    I never feel like my sx is sociable. It feels hungry.
    exactly! Although I would say that it triggers my need to connect, so socially it feels deep and not broad.
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    On what exactly are you guys basing these reads?

    Mostly I just see a bunch of names tossed into the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    exactly! Although I would say that it triggers my need to connect, so socially it feels deep and not broad.
    It definitely gets me out with people, and makes me want to be charming. But once I find that one person that I'm vibing on, everybody else drops off of my radar. I find that sx led conversations get deep and one-on-one by nature and end up leaving a lot of people behind. I guess this strikes me as social by technicality, but not in spirit.

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    Here are some comparisons I thought of today.

    sp/sx is a turtle. Fortify the home and protect from outside attackers.
    sx/so is a vagabond. They want to travel the world with no place being their home. They are flighty.
    sx/sp is a slow conqueror. Like a WW2 map where one country slowly expands their territory with tanks claiming more and more land as their own.

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    Personally I think its really hard to type someones instinctual variant based in nothing more than how they look in an interview or while acting a movie. They're acting...I dont know how anyone would go about finding an sx by how they look. I know them when I meet them in real life because we are drawn to each other, but I dont know that just from straight up looking at them. I only get people's vibe once the interaction starts.

    Sx's have a kind of magnetic draw, either an attractive one or a disturbing one. Something I dont always feel with someone I necessarily get along with. But thats a far as I can really go with it.

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