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    Intriguing.... Quinlan's Avatar
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    ENTP- #4
    ENTJ- Cindy
    INTJ- Clancey
    INTP-Payton
    ESTP-Caydence
    ISTP- Chantelle
    ESFP- Bruce
    ISFP- Maximilian
    ENFJ- Daryl
    INFJ- Harold
    ENFP- Wayne
    INFP-Reginald
    ESTJ- Mercedes
    ESFJ- Barry
    ISFJ- Roger
    ISTJ- Ashley
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    INTP-Payton
    No way. Payton is a sports name. The first five results for Payton on Wikipedia by way of Google are for sports players. That's to say nothing of Peyton, which of course brings up Peyton Manning, a One Tree Hill character, and about 3 or 4 other athletes.
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    Waldo, Ted - INTJ
    Wally, Theodore - INTP
    Teddy, Wallace - ESFJ
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    Waldo?

    INTJs do not have first names. They're commonly addrssed by their surnames, for example: Mr. Smith

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    ESTP - Scarlett
    ESTJ - Reginald
    ESFP - Pippi
    ESFJ - Geraldine
    ISTP - Blake
    ISTJ - Norman
    ISFP - Daphne
    ISFJ - Gregory
    ENTP - Wallace
    ENTJ - Bertrand
    ENFP - Vivian
    ENFJ - Jules
    INTP - Howard
    INTJ - Patricia
    INFP - Dorian
    INFJ - Keating
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    ISTJ = Buck

    ESTP = Clive

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    INTJ = Walter

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    INFP = Moonshadow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily flower View Post
    INFP = Moonshadow

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    the interesting thing is that names are probably more about the parent's, or a combination of the parents', types...

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