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    Default which type is more slothful, the 9w1 or the 9w8?

    the clue is in the title.

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    They are the same type (9), so same level of slothfulness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogie man View Post
    They are the same type (9), so same level of slothfulness.
    I think what he meant though was whether the wing can influence the nine's laziness.

    I would say 9w8 is the lazier nine, from experience. Which makes sense, eight wing creates a more self-indulgent streak. One wing is more principled/moral, and laziness is not usually seen as a virtue in most moral systems.

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    Then I must be a 9w8, because I'm the laziest fuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typh0n View Post
    I think what he meant though was whether the wing can influence the nine's laziness.

    I would say 9w8 is the lazier nine, from experience. Which makes sense, eight wing creates a more self-indulgent streak. One wing is more principled/moral, and laziness is not usually seen as a virtue in most moral systems.
    This.
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