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    Interesting to see that xSTP can be SCUxI even if it's matched with ENxP tough. Especially that our case is not rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Interesting to see that xSTP can be SCUxI even if it's matched with ENxP tough. Especially that our case is not rare.
    I see no conflict between being an ESTP and a SCUEI... especially when understanding the functions that make up both... and the descriptions for both fit me rather well
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    Yes, elsewhere, the description of the RCUEN, wich is matched with the ISTP fits really well. And when I see the list of carrers associated:
    game designer, mechanic, sound engineer, construction worker, mechanic, electrician, musician, video editor, software designer, comic book artist, fighter pilot, animator, bounty hunter, guitarist, cartoonist, software developer, computer repair tech, soldier, computer animator, information technology manager, electrical engineer, graphic artist, webmaster, truck driver, carpenter, industrial engineer
    I'am just That's for careers, but the description of the SCUAI sounds better. The type matched with ESTP is SCUEN, I guess you can recocgnize you in. For this time, Big 5 still a new model for me and I'am a little skeptical about his insight. Or maybe the model is insightful and Similarminds suck, I don't know. It seems to be a sort of stupid bias in this site.
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    N is too restrictive for my Se's insatiable desire to experience EVERYTHING Plus, my Ti has a big appetite that my poor Se works it's fingers to the bone to feed... I definitley covers that better

    plus, career choices like dictator, international spy and fighter pilot are totally awesome!
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    N is too restrictive for my Se's insatiable desire to experience EVERYTHING Plus, my Ti has a big appetite that my poor Se works it's fingers to the bone to feed... I definitley covers that better
    Yes, I see.

    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
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    plus, career choices like dictator, international spy and fighter pilot are totally awesome!
    True! I think an ISTP is very likely to be RCUEN if he is a 5, SCUAI match very well with the 9. The careers list associated is very cool but is too ENFPish and don't relate to my need to get my hands dirty. I think a mix between the RCUEN list and the SCUAI list would be perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    N is too restrictive for my Se's insatiable desire to experience EVERYTHING
    Including Herpes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Including Herpes?
    hmmm... everything GOOD!

    ** this does not include diseases, disorders or seeing Congress do a striptease!
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    Seeing the french president do a strip-tease could be right?
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    oh god no!!!

    how on earth can you guys elect a dude who wears a leopard print banana hammock!? :horor:

    though I would wear one in public just to see what sort of reactions it garnered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Could have fooled me.
    Pff. The only thing that I'm going to assassinate is cruelty. My arsenal is a collection of energetic ponies and smiling frogs, just hopping and galloping all over the place and spreading good cheer everywhere they go


    Anyway, the Big 5 descriptions on similarminds are not.. uh, the best descriptions out there. This thing isn't too bad, though.

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