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Thread: Is The Person Above You Accurately Typed?

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    @themightyfetus I think most of what he said can be accounted for by being so/sx (a type which I still think he is not). There's another IxFP 4w3 so/sx floating around this forum who is very warm and pleasant. so/sx is just a very warm and pleasant instinctual type overall. So I don't buy the whole "if you were an INFP 4 you'd be more mysterious and brooding" argument. Especially after watching your video I can see the difference between your forum persona and how you come across IRL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Huh? INFPs have the skinny rep online. It has been discussed quite a but among INFPs how the stereotypical INFP is rather lanky. I'm not sayng its true (as I dont think body type and personality are related), but for ME, it is true.
    Enxps seem lanky/skinny. Entp males are either skinny or either chubby (rarely inbetween).

    Perhaps infps are slim but they are definitely not skinny the ones i've noticed. Slim but full.

    Si types with dominant judging functions seem fuller. Si types with P dom seem lanky/gangly. From what i've seen of you, you are definitely not skinny. Slim perhaps yes.

    Ps - when i mean full i don't mean chubby. It means one seems filled/not-skinny.

    Lanky = skinny, full/filled = not-skinny/seems well fed, gangly = opposite of firm. This is what i mean.

    Oh and 'seems well fed' doesnt mean chubby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    Enxps seem lanky/skinny. Entp males are either skinny or either chubby (rarely inbetween).

    Perhaps infps are slim but they are definitely not skinny the ones i've noticed. Slim but full.

    Si types with dominant judging functions seem fuller. Si types with P dom seem lanky/gangly. From what i've seen of you, you are definitely not skinny. Slim perhaps yes.

    Ps - when i mean full i don't mean chubby. It means one seems filled/not-skinny.

    Lanky = skinny, full/filled = not-skinny/seems well fed, gangly = opposite of firm. This is what i mean.

    Oh and 'seems well fed' doesnt mean chubby.
    YOU CALLIN' ME FAT, BRO???
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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    Enxps seem lanky/skinny. Entp males are either skinny or either chubby (rarely inbetween).

    Perhaps infps are slim but they are definitely not skinny the ones i've noticed. Slim but full.

    Si types with dominant judging functions seem fuller. Si types with P dom seem lanky/gangly. From what i've seen of you, you are definitely not skinny. Slim perhaps yes.

    Ps - when i mean full i don't mean chubby. It means one seems filled/not-skinny.

    Lanky = skinny, full/filled = not-skinny/seems well fed, gangly = opposite of firm. This is what i mean.

    Oh and 'seems well fed' doesnt mean chubby.
    Maybe just in the US of Fatties I seem skinny.

    Most SFPs I know are...rotund. Hedonism....in the US of Fatties too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Maybe just in the US of Fatties I seem skinny :

    Most SFPs I know are...rotund. Hedonism....in the US of Fatties too.
    I think there was a chart floating around at some point that put INFPs in the meso-endomorphic range and ISFPs in the endomorphic. Which would make the INFPs thinner. According to that one chart which was also probably an aggregation of someone's personal contacts and impressions, as they never said where the data was coming from.

    In conclusion, @riva, it's probably best not to type people by cup size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    I think there was a chart floating around at some point that put INFPs in the meso-endomorphic range and ISFPs in the endomorphic. Which would make the INFPs thinner. According to that one chart which was also probably an aggregation of someone's personal contacts and impressions, as they never said where the data was coming from.

    In conclusion, @riva, it's probably best not to type people by cup size.

    Lolz lolz lolz... okay will do.

    However, before i make a pledge not to do so, perhaps you could share with us from what you have observed whether you do or do not agree with my observations. :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    Lolz lolz lolz... okay will do.

    However, before i make a pledge not to do so, perhaps you could share with us from what you have observed whether you do or do not agree with my observations. :p
    I see that physical structure almost became a new thread.

    I must say that from my observation both INFPs and ISFPs are rather skinny. But I'm sure we can find someone who will say something completely opposite.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas View Post
    I see that physical structure almost became a new thread.

    I must say that from my observation both INFPs and ISFPs are rather skinny. But I'm sure we can find someone who will say something completely opposite.



    I can't really say what's your type, so I won't argue with that.
    INFP seems accurate to me.

    [I type as ISTJ-Si e6(w5 9w1 4w5 sp/so/sx)]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    @themightyfetus I think most of what he said can be accounted for by being so/sx (a type which I still think he is not). There's another IxFP 4w3 so/sx floating around this forum who is very warm and pleasant. so/sx is just a very warm and pleasant instinctual type overall. So I don't buy the whole "if you were an INFP 4 you'd be more mysterious and brooding" argument. Especially after watching your video I can see the difference between your forum persona and how you come across IRL.
    The instinctual variants colour each Enneatype, not the other way around. In other words, a 4 so/sx will behave more like, say, a 4 sp/so than he or she will a 7 so/sx. If this was not the case, Enneatyping people would be rather pointless.

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    Your INFP typing had me confused, because from your posts on here, you seemed to Te quite a lot, your functions are pretty much Te > Fi

    ISTJ imo, not INFP.

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