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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    34/40 total
    does this make me an sp?
    Yes, we probably both qualify as some sort of SP mutant-hybrid thing Common for ExxPs and type 7s but then you're more of a mystery since you are neither of those...

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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 4 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.
    Experience seeking - you score 9 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.
    Disinhibition - you score 6 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.
    Boredom susceptibility - you score 4 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 23 out of 40


    More on sensation seeking

    Sensation seeking is a personality trait expressed in behaviour as a tendency to seek varied, novel, complex and intense sensations and experiences and to take physical risks for the sake of having such experiences.

    These experiences could take the form of extreme adventure activities such as skydiving, snowboarding and mountain climbing. But the trait can also express itself in high drug, alcohol or tobacco use.

    Men generally score higher than women on the total score and on all the subscales except Experience Seeking. Sensation Seeking Scale scores increase during childhood, peak in the late teens or early twenties, and thereafter decrease steadily with age.

    People with similar scores on the Sensation Seeking Scale also tend to be more romantically compatible with each other.

    Divorced males score higher than single and married males, and divorced and single females score higher than married females.
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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 8 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.
    Experience seeking - you score 7 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.
    Disinhibition - you score 8 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.
    Boredom susceptibility - you score 3 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 26 out of 40
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Yes, we probably both qualify as some sort of SP mutant-hybrid thing Common for ExxPs and type 7s but then you're more of a mystery since you are neither of those...
    oooh mystery, i like that.
    i used to think i was a 7 but i now know i'm too lazy and whiny. i just enjoy actin a fool

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    "Surfboard riding". is that the clinical term?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    oooh mystery, i like that.
    i used to think i was a 7 but i now know i'm too lazy and whiny. i just enjoy actin a fool
    You iz Sunburst NF/SP crossover like me and Luna (and ShortnSweet even if she's not listed as such).

    I may start calling myself ESNFP.

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    Whoops, Luna is a NT/SP...one of those um....those other shiny things.

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    what about me, all my things except one was high which brought down my score considerably.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    what about me, all my things except one was high which brought down my score considerably.
    Oh yeah definitely you too. For shizzle.

    In fact I remember both of us getting ganged up on by NFs saying we were SFPs because we disagreed with them in a thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    You iz Sunburst NF/SP crossover like me and Luna (and ShortnSweet even if she's not listed as such).

    I may start calling myself ESNFP.
    i took that test, i scored highest in blue and then green and orange were a little less but tied. i'm a rainbow, i guess.

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