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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    I also think ENFPs are most likely to be offended by this chart.
    Should I switch to ESFP now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Should I switch to ESFP now?
    Offense is one of two possible ENFP reactions. The other involves vociferously saying you're not offended because of how openminded you are ... just to be contrary.

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    I think it is quite important to view a system through every realistic perspective possible, including this one.

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    Social ranking is fairly self-evident as far as I am concerned. It's usually clear when fairly different groups are "above" or "below". It's when they are close that it really depends on your prospective. Even then sometimes another person will have an entirely different view on it. Their view might not be correct, but ultimately how they respond, see, deal, and fit in with it all really determines what it is for them.

    As far as the chart, my reaction? Meh. Too general and vauge, but I get the point they're trying to convey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Offense is one of two possible ENFP reactions. The other involves vociferously saying you're not offended because of how openminded you are ... just to be contrary.
    rats, foiled again

    i knew people who liked pulp in their orange juice couldn't be trusted
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    Gamma/Delta positive it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
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    I'll take a slight gander:

    Alpha + = Stereotypical Type 3 or possibly 1
    Alpha - = Stereotypical Type 7 and Type 8
    Beta + = Stereotypical Type 6 or possibly 2 and even slighter 3
    Beta - = Negative 3, cp 6, or even 8
    Gamma + = Type 5 and 4
    Gamma - = Type 5 and 4
    Delta + = Type 9
    Delta - = Type 9
    Omega + = Fallen Type 5 with no intellect for a crutch
    Omega - = Abomination

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    Quote Originally Posted by Planetary Walker View Post
    Gamma/Delta positive it is.
    Someone who considers liking mainstream music "unfortunate" will always be a Gamma negative in my books.
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    Beta-minus = Badger.

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