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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Recognizing that my tertiary was Si was really what solidified my typing as INFP. That's a left field way of inferring your type but it works.

    I definitely see you as responding to things "in the moment", which I can barely do. For this reason, I can understand why others are still under the impression that you're ENFP since Pe lends itself to that sort of thing, even when it's not as reflexive as Se. I can occupy ambiversion pretty damned easily so people have assumed I'm extraverted but I simply don't draw energy from others. They're comforting, but things don't add up when I'm making efforts in the social scene.
    Oh I understand it too...but I am just not sensing inferior and its blatantly obvious to me. I actually think JTG made a great argument (not on the forum but to me personally) that all of my work, priorities and creativity seemed Se and that my constant bombardment of new sensory detail in my speech fucked with his Si conceptualization. I also had both INTJs and ISFP tell me my intuition seems more like Ni.

    My sensing and intuition are close, like aux tert, rather than opposition. I also seem quite prone to inferior Te and IRL apparently wear that cold or banal Fi mask with strangers or acquaintances.

    Would you say that ISFPs are more prone to be socialites than INFPs?
    Most sources say INFP is very introverted but ISFP is ambiverted, that I have seen.



    Even when I focus on narrative, I traipse off to embellish things creatively to emphasize points. I think we have different ways of addressing the audience but you probably have your bases covered in more ways that i do.
    Interesting. I think you are more random and conceptual than I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    They truly do.... geez. @uumlau @Rasofy are some of the other "thinkers". It's funny how we all come across differently but seem somewhat similar. lol
    Yep, the nickname is kinda lame.

    Otoh, I love the triads that the people from enneagram institute came up with (one for each combination of tri type):

    125, 251, 512 The Mentor Triple details (2 is people details)
    126, 261, 612 The Supporter Triple duty, compliant helper
    127, 271, 712 The Teacher Triple people focused, correcting or enjoying
    135, 351, 513 The Technical Expert Triple precise or exacting
    136, 361, 613 The Taskmaster Triple doing, responsible, Industrious
    137, 371, 713 The Systems Builder Triple perfectionistic, developing.
    145, 451, 514 The Researcher Triple analytical
    146, 416, 614 The Philosopher Triple critical of self and others.
    147, 417, 714 The Visionary Triple vision, ideas
    258, 582, 825 The Strategist Triple rejection oriented
    259, 592, 925 The Problem Solver Triple conflict avoiding
    268, 682, 826 The Rescuer Triple protector, people focus active, hero
    269, 692, 926 The Good Samaritan Triple people focus passive, helpers also
    278, 782, 827 The Free Spirit ,Triple manipulating, Libertine
    279, 792, 927 The Peacemaker Triple Upbeat ok-ness
    358, 583, 835 The Solution Master triple strategic
    359, 593, 935 The Thinker Triple hiders of true self, Camouflagers
    368, 683, 836 The Justice Fighter Triple Confronters, Challenger
    369, 639, 936 The Mediator Adapters, triple shape changes to get along
    378, 738, 837 The Mover and Shaker Triple assertive
    379, 739, 937 The Ambassador Triple positive, happy, Goodwill
    458, 548, 845 The Scholar Triple independent thinkers
    459, 549, 945 The Contemplative Triple withdrawn
    468, 648, 846 The Truth Teller Triple reactive, emotional
    469, 649, 946 The Seeker Triple doubting
    478, 748, 847 The Messenger Triple creative and original
    479, 749, 947 The Gentle Spirit Triple imaginative and magical
    Triple hiders of true self works perfectly for both of us. Don't know ummlau and senza enough to make that call, though I do sense a similar vibe. @Mia. (954) fit the "triple withdrawn" description masterfully.

    As for Ginkgo, mostly by elimination, I'd guess 497.
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    Tritype is one of the dumber ideas on this site.

    I'm going 4w3. 4 for the oddness, 3 for the drama queeniness.
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    @Ginkgo
    some combination of 479.
    4 fix: not 2 or 3, nuff said (that said, I still don't buy it as your core)
    9 fix: you're not critical, stern or conscientious enough to be a 1 fixer. 1 fixers have a sort of tenseness to them and show more obvious signs of frustration. your demeanor always say "I'm not angry ".....even when your lexicon suggests otherwise. your energy is more chill/kumbaya and you seem to greatly dislike confrontation.
    7: your demeanor is cheery, carefree and, once again, lacks conscientiousness. 6 fixers are more prone to plan for the worst and have a more urgent energy about them. apart from that, I can't see you as double reactive. your personality has a strong positive outlook leaning.

    also, not Sx/So. probably Sp/Sx or Sx/Sp

    tl;dr: probably 9w1>4w?>7w6 Sp/Sx or Sx/Sp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    I guess that sort of answers my question.

    I'm male.
    I have thought about it and decided gender and introversion have nothing to do with it. By looking at your posting style vs other introverted 6's, Zarathustra comes to mind, a male, an introvert, and a 6.

    I'm still going with 451.

    But I do have to say that I cannot tell as much between the 5 vs 6

    In your posts I mostly just see 4 and 1

    1 is everywhere even on your signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    They truly do.... geez. @uumlau @Rasofy are some of the other "thinkers". It's funny how we all come across differently but seem somewhat similar. lol
    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Yeah I was saying the same thing to Ginkgo earlier.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Yep, the nickname is kinda lame.

    Otoh, I love the triads that the people from enneagram institute came up with (one for each combination of tri type):



    Triple hiders of true self works perfectly for both of us. Don't know ummlau and senza enough to make that call, though I do sense a similar vibe. @Mia. (954) fit the "triple withdrawn" description masterfully.

    As for Ginkgo, mostly by elimination, I'd guess 497.
    The main thing I've noticed with respect to Glycerine and Rasofy is that even though one is ENFJ and the other is INTP, I've never had cross-talk issues with either of them, the way I often do with those types. Both seem to know where I'm coming from in even the touchiest of cases. I don't know senza well enough, but I suspect the same thing would be the case.

    There is a post over here that summarizes my thoughts on the 953 tritype.

    Sorry Ginkgo, I don't know you well enough to type you. The main thing to be sure of is your primary type. If you haven't figured that out for yourself, then it will be very difficult to figure out tritype. Once you have the primary type, then it's fairly easy to nail down the other two, mostly because they describe your visible personality, but not the deep aspects of your personality that are exemplified in the main type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Yep, the nickname is kinda lame.

    Otoh, I love the triads that the people from enneagram institute came up with (one for each combination of tri type):



    Triple hiders of true self works perfectly for both of us. Don't know ummlau and senza enough to make that call, though I do sense a similar vibe. @Mia. (954) fit the "triple withdrawn" description masterfully.
    Is it that you guys withhold your true self... or do people just suspect that because you're authentically bland?



    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    Tritype is one of the dumber ideas on this site.

    I'm going 4w3. 4 for the oddness, 3 for the drama queeniness.


    ...coming from one of the top tier drama queens on this site.
    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    @Ginkgo
    some combination of 479.
    4 fix: not 2 or 3, nuff said (that said, I still don't buy it as your core)
    9 fix: you're not critical, stern or conscientious enough to be a 1 fixer. 1 fixers have a sort of tenseness to them and show more obvious signs of frustration. your demeanor always say "I'm not angry ".....even when your lexicon suggests otherwise. your energy is more chill/kumbaya and you seem to greatly dislike confrontation.
    7: your demeanor is cheery, carefree and, once again, lacks conscientiousness. 6 fixers are more prone to plan for the worst and have a more urgent energy about them. apart from that, I can't see you as double reactive. your personality has a strong positive outlook leaning.

    also, not Sx/So. probably Sp/Sx or Sx/Sp

    tl;dr: probably 9w1>4w?>7w6 Sp/Sx or Sx/Sp
    Even after our prior spat about my tritype... you still think I don't display anger. Do you see me as passive aggressive? It's true, I tend to withhold it because, well, admittedly, I've hardly mastered channeling it constructively. Especially in personal interactions, being upfront about the emotion itself just seems to be an invitation to let people rile you up and exploit your weak points. I don't enjoy being burrowed into on that level, but in reference to @Amargith's post, I feel oneish.

    As for my primary type ... Jeez I can't tell you how overwhelmingly consistent my test scores have been. It's not a solid, reliable indicator of type, but the more tests you take, the more elements of each type you're bound to compare yourself to. The average nomenclature of the tests I've taken indicates I'm in the 4-5-6 range, and the level of internally impelled discord I feel... Far more 4. The cognizance I experience in terms of how I get along with others simply isn't a natural gut reaction. I don't exist in that state of seamlessly slipping into a situation; the very act of getting along with people is scarcely comfortable all in all.
    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    I have thought about it and decided gender and introversion have nothing to do with it. By looking at your posting style vs other introverted 6's, Zarathustra comes to mind, a male, an introvert, and a 6.

    I'm still going with 451.

    But I do have to say that I cannot tell as much between the 5 vs 6

    In your posts I mostly just see 4 and 1

    1 is everywhere even on your signature.
    Zarathustra's posts, and even marm's have a quality in which you get that sense that you're being put in your place far more than the average 5's posts. 5s tend to be armored cores that at most influence things indirectly by methodically applying pressure at a point of least resistance. It's the best way for them to conserve energy. 6's, on the other hand, are pretty diligent about making fortifications everywhere, but mostly in the middle ground between them and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    Sorry Ginkgo, I don't know you well enough to type you. The main thing to be sure of is your primary type. If you haven't figured that out for yourself, then it will be very difficult to figure out tritype. Once you have the primary type, then it's fairly easy to nail down the other two, mostly because they describe your visible personality, but not the deep aspects of your personality that are exemplified in the main type.
    No worries, though this is surprising coming from a moderator. One would think that you guys have a decent storehouse of info that could neatly be interpreted to elucidate peoples' more defining features. And yeah, I'm a 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    No worries, though this is surprising coming from a moderator. One would think that you guys have a decent storehouse of info that could neatly be interpreted to elucidate peoples' more defining features. And yeah, I'm a 4.
    Just because you have a storehouse of info at your disposal doesn't necessarily mean you've felt inclined to look at it.

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