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    Magical Array BlackCat's Avatar
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    The traditional chameleon is a 9.
    () 9w8-3w2-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    The traditional chameleon is a 9.
    So far people have said xsfp and nines. Interesting. You feel you are chameleon like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    So far people have said xsfp and nines. Interesting. You feel you are chameleon like?
    Yes I do. I'm a weak INFJ but I do have a very strong N. And I am a 9 so maybe my Enneagram type in influencing this more than my MBTI type. hmmm, I don't know.




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    I am xsfp and nine. I'm not sure what a chameleon type is. I don't change my behaviour and action much in any circumstance if that is what it is. I do fit in to almost any scene though. I think that is due to generally being more responsive than initiating.

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    Yeah, I can fly. Array Aleksei's Avatar
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    Seems to me the types most likely to be chameleon-like in behavior are Fe types and Se types -- and especially the two types that combine both (ENFJ and ESTP). As for being chameleon-like in type itself, that would be exceedingly difficult because type does not define how one behaves. It defines how one thinks, which only has a marginal relationship with how they act. However, some functional combinations can look like others, or like one other function, to the naked eye. For example, Si + Te can make for a passable imitation of Ti.

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    i can see how people would say i am chameleon-like.
    i don't try to change or act differently. i think that i instinctively expose different sides of myself at different times. there are a lot of sides to people, so i just try to stay loose enough to let any part take the lead.
    i like to enjoy people, different people in different ways. and i like to enjoy different sides of myself. i don't feel i need to be the same thing to all people.

    i have consistency of heart, consistency of spirit, consistency of principles - i have that foundation, and the rest of me can slide around free and loose on top.

    if i am chameleon-like i think it is because i like to enjoy people - so i let myself adapt to the situation, adapt to a person.
    i am an ESFP and a enneagram 9 also.

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