5w6, but the only thing I'm basing that on is that your style of humor is a lot like mine, and the last time I took that test, I came out 5w6, although I've gotten 4 before.
I think 5w6 makes more sense for me because I feel like I already know who I am, and I don't really need to find that. I'd rather find a place for me, rather than find myself. My whole motivation for getting in to typology is not really to feel more special, but less special, if that makes sense. I think my 6 wing takes on a more counterphobic character, though, which is why I bitch about hipsters and groupthink all the time.
I also don't think I'm any less emotional than the 5w4s. If I seem that way, I'm not sure if it's related to the 6 thing, but more because I think claiming to be above emotions is a fool's errand. I'd rather map them out and know how they affect me. If somehow being knowledgable about my emotions and emotional matters makes me an INFJ all of a sudden, BFD. I'd rather learn how to tame and train that beast, if possible, rather than letting them rule me, which is definitely what happens when they are ignored.
I don't do this. I'm not totally straight edge, but I don't like getting too drunk. I don't actually like drinking more than one or maybe two drinks. I also want more stability and romance. I'm hesitant, although not closed off entirely, about sexual escapades that don't include those two things.Originally Posted by regarding 5w4s
Also, I like having structure imposed sometimes. I think there's almost always some kind of structure or rules in place, but I'd rather people be open about them so I don't have to worry about whether I'm breaking them or not. I find acknowledging the necessity of structure to be more liberating than pretending structure does not exist or is not necessary.
So, yes, if I'm being honest, I do have a lot of w6 security-seeking tendencies.