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    5-3-9: these Fives might strike others as rather pleasant and cooperative persons, but they are usually more ambitious and purposeful than they let on. They are goal-oriented individualists who dream of achieving an impressive and long-lasting success in their field – they secretly desire becoming famous and leaving their mark on the world. These Fives are also more dependent on outer validation than others – they care more about their image and the way others perceive and react to them, therefore they might seem a little more conventional and mainstream in their behavior.
    typical subtypes: social, self-preserving, balanced wings
    similar tritypes: 5-9-3, 9-5-3
    flavours: cunning, congenial, goal-oriented and flexible
    Okay, now I believe tritype exists. They teach that everyone feels a pull from each enneagram type, which means you could basically have two reasonably dominant types. Consider me converted, it actually makes a lot of sense now, it seemed rather arbitrary before.
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    I wasn't trying to be contentious here, @entropie. I just meant that functions do not necessarily lead to specific opinions. You might as well say that ENTP women all hate wearing high heels, that ISFJs can't be left-wing or that no INTJs like fast food.

    In any case, where has Nerd Girl been "condemning everyone to hell" or whatnot? I don't see that kind of fundamentalism from her.
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    You havent understood my point. I am always contentious.

    And please dont twist my words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    You havent understood my point. I am always contentious.

    And please dont twist my words.
    You said ENTPs aren't into religion, which you associated with "condemning people to hell" here. What I attempted to point out was that NG does not seem to be the kind of religious person you described, despite being religious by her own admission.

    If I misrepresented you, I apologize.
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    ya you won

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    I didn't mean to "win", buddy. I just wanted to point out a possible stereotype. Sorry for the scuffle.



    Also, I repeat my question about the ISFJ/INFP vs. INFJ thing...
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Because, well, some ENTP are quite religious...
    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    ENTPs are the least likely type to be religious of them all. They dont trust a religion they havent invented themselves
    I am quite religious.
    Okay maybe not religious but I believe in a religion.

    But then again the religion I believe in is somewhat atheist.
    (Does not believe in a creator God, does not have to worship, love and be loyal to a creator God, does not believe that God is almighty etc.)

    So I'm religious.
    But the religion I belong in to is not a stereotypical religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    I am quite religious.
    Okay maybe not religious but I believe in a religion.

    But then again the religion I believe in is somewhat atheist.
    (Does not believe in a creator God, does not have to worship, love and be loyal to a creator God, does not believe that God is almighty etc.)

    So I'm religious.
    But the religion I belong in to is not a stereotypical religion.
    Some religions are somewhat atheistic by nature, most notably Buddhism.
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    I am quite religious.
    Okay maybe not religious but I believe in a religion.

    But then again the religion I believe in is somewhat atheist.
    (Does not believe in a creator God, does not have to worship, love and be loyal to a creator God, does not believe that God is almighty etc.)

    So I'm religious.
    But the religion I belong in to is not a stereotypical religion.
    Yea I think its a cultural thing. Americans are very idealistic and a spiritual component is rooted within all of you. This is not bad I am just not yet ready for it. I still have to settle some scores with myself first.

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