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    ESFP is definite.

    As for enneagram type, 7w6 sp/so seems about likely. Socionics type, maybe some sort of Alpha SF.

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    I don't get what the length of the answers, or the happy-go-lucky-ness of it, has to do with the ESFP/ENFP difference.

    The answers to 1, 3, 5, 21, 24 and 26 do seem pretty Se though.... so at this point I suspect ESFP.

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    Thanks for the replies everyone they're very helpful!! Any chance of explaining why it's Se over Ne?

    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    ESFP is definite.

    As for enneagram type, 7w6 sp/so seems about likely. Socionics type, maybe some sort of Alpha SF.
    Oh, what's SF? Alpha? Never heard of it :o

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    I'm thinking ESFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tine5 View Post
    Thanks for the replies everyone they're very helpful!! Any chance of explaining why it's Se over Ne?
    A lot of your responses are geared towards the here-and-now, with an emphasis on living life to it's fullest potential, which by definition is Se. Ne is more focused on curiosity, a desire for novelty, and playing through random connections of ideas and potential.

    Oh, what's SF? Alpha? Never heard of it :o
    It's part of socionics, a separate typing system that is similar to MBTI/JCF but overall different in it's functions and structure. Alpha is a group of types (there's four groups total) that value the functions Ne/Si/Fe/Ti. Your post seemed to show what could possibly Si/Fe ego, which would be ESFj or ISFp in socionics. But there is only so much I can explain, so I would advise you to check out the wiki, there's lots to learn from it:

    http://www.wikisocion.org/en/index.p...ikisocion_home

    Hope that helps

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    yeah just figure out if you use se or ne. i'm not naturally very good at se. i have a very pretty infp friend who occasionally wears glasses. i could hang out with her all day and not tell you after the fact if she had them on. (this recently happened)
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    Thanks guys and yeah I'll have a look at the link Very helpful!!

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    I'm going to say ESFP, too. There are quite a few different things than I would say, and I'm a pretty quintessential ENFP.

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