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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i think there are probably more 4w3 enfp's than 3w4.
    I think a lot of ENFPs think they're 4s, but I don't think a lot of them actually are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    ...Huh?
    Sorry, I meant "Why 1w9 for INFJ and not 1w2?". That's what I get for typing too fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    Sorry, I meant "Why 1w9 for INFJ and not 1w2?". That's what I get for typing too fast.
    Ah, okay.
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I'm not an expert on 1s but from my understanding

    1w2 is the advocate. their focus tends to be more more people/society/politically oriented. their perfectionism tends to be more worn on their sleeve than the 1w9 and they tend to be extremely selfish and expect the same of others.

    1w9 on the surface is mellow, amicable and accommodating like a 9, but underneath they are still opinionated and perfectionist like a 1. 1w9s are less upfront with their perfectionism and it tends to be in a broader context than the 1w2.

    PS: do you know your instinct variant?
    Hmm...I am political and I believe in fighting for social justice, working for a cause, "doing the right thing," etc. I'm also very much a perfectionist. But! I tend to introvert most of that perfectionism. I aim it at myself more than anyone else, because I find it really hard to get vocally nit-picky about someone else's small-scale habits. I recycle, exercise, and become active about certain things because I just feel that's what I should do. If asked about my behaviors, I'll explain and defend myself. However, I'm not necessarily going to criticize a friend for smoking, keeping a less-than-tidy apartment, or having different views than I do. If a messy apartment-keeper wants me to be his roommate, then I'll speak up. Otherwise, I just don't feel the need to lord it over anyone. I do have high standards, but I just choose not to become close with people who don't meet them. I feel more concerned with the big picture.

    A coworker recently commented to me that she thought I'd make a good couple with another of our fellows because we're both such "eccentric but mellow" people. I guess to some, I must appear really laid-back on the outside. Once they step into my personal sphere, though, I'm typically described as "emotional" and "chaotic." I've noticed I tend to draw lines between personal and professional. I don't bark often over small things. I bite rarely, but I bite hard, if that makes any sense. And I'm meanest to myself most of all.

    I'm not absolutely sure of my instinctual variant, but most often I test as sexual (occasionally self-preserving). I never test as social.

    I think I've actually read about 1w2 being a common enneatype for INFJs, but there's something about a two wing that kinda rubs me the wrong way. Not sure why (and no offense to any 1w2 people out there).
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiheroComplex View Post
    Hmm...I am political and I believe in fighting for social justice, working for a cause, "doing the right thing," etc. I'm also very much a perfectionist. But! I tend to introvert most of that perfectionism. I aim it at myself more than anyone else, because I find it really hard to get vocally nit-picky about someone else's small-scale habits. I recycle, exercise, and become active about certain things because I just feel that's what I should do. If asked about my behaviors, I'll explain and defend myself. However, I'm not necessarily going to criticize a friend for smoking, keeping a less-than-tidy apartment, or having different views than I do. If a messy apartment-keeper wants me to be his roommate, then I'll speak up. Otherwise, I just don't feel the need to lord it over anyone. I do have high standards, but I just choose not to become close with people who don't meet them. I feel more concerned with the big picture.

    A coworker recently commented to me that she thought I'd make a good couple with another of our fellows because we're both such "eccentric but mellow" people. I guess to some, I must appear really laid-back on the outside. Once they step into my personal sphere, though, I'm typically described as "emotional" and "chaotic." I've noticed I tend to draw lines between personal and professional. I don't bark often over small things. I bite rarely, but I bite hard, if that makes any sense. And I'm meanest to myself most of all.

    I'm not absolutely sure of my instinctual variant, but most often I test as sexual (occasionally self-preserving). I never test as social.

    I think I've actually read about 1w2 being a common enneatype for INFJs, but there's something about a two wing that kinda rubs me the wrong way. Not sure why (and no offense to any 1w2 people out there).
    you sound 1w9 to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiheroComplex View Post
    Hmm...I am political and I believe in fighting for social justice, working for a cause, "doing the right thing," etc. I'm also very much a perfectionist. But! I tend to introvert most of that perfectionism. I aim it at myself more than anyone else, because I find it really hard to get vocally nit-picky about someone else's small-scale habits. I recycle, exercise, and become active about certain things because I just feel that's what I should do. If asked about my behaviors, I'll explain and defend myself. However, I'm not necessarily going to criticize a friend for smoking, keeping a less-than-tidy apartment, or having different views than I do. If a messy apartment-keeper wants me to be his roommate, then I'll speak up. Otherwise, I just don't feel the need to lord it over anyone. I do have high standards, but I just choose not to become close with people who don't meet them. I feel more concerned with the big picture.

    A coworker recently commented to me that she thought I'd make a good couple with another of our fellows because we're both such "eccentric but mellow" people. I guess to some, I must appear really laid-back on the outside. Once they step into my personal sphere, though, I'm typically described as "emotional" and "chaotic." I've noticed I tend to draw lines between personal and professional. I don't bark often over small things. I bite rarely, but I bite hard, if that makes any sense. And I'm meanest to myself most of all.

    I'm not absolutely sure of my instinctual variant, but most often I test as sexual (occasionally self-preserving). I never test as social.

    I think I've actually read about 1w2 being a common enneatype for INFJs, but there's something about a two wing that kinda rubs me the wrong way. Not sure why (and no offense to any 1w2 people out there).
    A lot of that applies to me, and I just settled on 1w9.

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    i would guess ENFP is something more like

    7w6
    7w8
    4w3
    2w3
    6w7
    8w7
    3w4

    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy
    I think a lot of ENFPs think they're 4s, but I don't think a lot of them actually are.
    why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i would guess ENFP is something more like

    7w6
    7w8
    4w3
    2w3
    6w7
    8w7
    3w4



    why?
    I don't know very many ENFP 7w8s, 8w7s or 2w3s
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I don't know very many ENFP 7w8s, 8w7s or 2w3s
    no? some seem fairly prevalent on other boards i haunt.

    hard to get any real numbers though... it's not like we have a fair population sample. my guess is an ENFP 8 or 2 is less likely to be puttering around on the internets, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    no? some seem fairly prevalent on other boards i haunt.
    you're officially awesome

    hard to get any real numbers though... it's not like we have a fair population sample. my guess is an ENFP 8 or 2 is less likely to be puttering around on the internets, anyway.[/QUOTE]

    ENFP 7w8s can look a lot like 8s, but perhaps ENFP 8s don't look like ENFPs (even as a 7w8, I look pretty T-ish most of the time). I still think 7w8s are less common than 6w7, 3w4 and 4w3 though
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