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  • INTP

    8 13.79%
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Thread: Most social IxTx type

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    Default Most social IxTx type

    I don't know if this thread exists or not; please merge if it does. Creating this thread for someone.

    Opinions on who is more social from the IxTx type.


    Can a mod please create a poll, I accidentally pre-posted. :}

    edit: Thank you anon mod of the night.

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    ISTJs.

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    ISTPs. Their Se leads to them on adventure constantly.
    With dreamers, pure and simple, the imagination remains a vaguely sketched inner affair. It is not embodied in any aesthetic or practical invention. Reverie is the equivalent of weak desires. Dreamers are the aboulics of the creative imagination.

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    I guess ISTJs care more about being sociable.
    Btw, my ISTJ brother has a lot of friends.
    Not really a good parameter but, for a lack of better one, he has 668 facebook friends.

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    ISTP as most social.

    But the rest are rather close depending on how mature they are. But if I had to rank in order

    ISTJ

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    INTP

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    I think it depends on the person. I know that's a "lame answer" but true. I know an ISTJ who wants to bean event planner and is very socially connected. I know friendly INTPs. And a very social INTJ. It really just depends. Probably stacking and enneagram count here, and depends on your definition of "social". You can be social but keep your friend count low and not go out a lot but are cordial and mix well with people when you do.
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    ISTP dated one, very sociable in groups not so much in an intimate setting
    ISTJ only because the one i've met once you get him talking he doens't stop!
    INTP they're funny
    INTJ still don't know what they're like...but they could move up on the social butterfly ladder because i've heard that they are like robots and can go from mode to mode to mode. like intovert mode to extravert mode almost like someone pushed a button.
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    Overall I would have thought ISTJ at least due to social obligations. But now I'm wondering if maybe ISTP...

    I have one friend who I am pretty sure is ISTP, a funny quirky laid-back guy. He always seemed pretty sociable, but it was in a sort of going-along way - he was a bit passive. (I say "was" just because we live in different places now and have only occasional contact, though we're still friends.) He was kind of equally happy to do his own thing, or to socialize.
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    ISTJs usually have a wide circle of friends, they're well connected, oftentimes can appear quite friendly when first approached. They tend to be slightly artificial in their sociability, though.

    ISTPs can be more "moody", either talkative or very much silent, but they tend to have a more "natural" way of being social imho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    ISTJs usually have a wide circle of friends, they're well connected, oftentimes can appear quite friendly when first approached. They tend to be slightly artificial in their sociability, though.

    ISTPs can be more "moody", either talkative or very much silent, but they tend to have a more "natural" way of being social imho.
    I agree with the bold, ISTP's are so natural and go with the flow. I think it's just part of being an SP.
    I get the feeling ISTJ's are just going along to "do the right thing"
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