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    Default Most unassuming/invisible type?

    What do you think is the most bland/unassuming/invisible/blend in mbti + enneagram combo?

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    INTP 5, sexual-blind
    IxFJ 9, sexual-blind
    ISxJ 1, sexual-blind
    IxFP 9, sexual-blind

    Sp/So is the most common instinct combo, syn-flow, and lacking the boundary crossing nature of Sx, so I'd place that at the top of your list for all types.

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    Did you want us to say ISFJ 9w8 so/sx?

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    Quote Originally Posted by True View Post
    Did you want us to say ISFJ 9w8 so/sx?
    I'm flattered. Not necessarily, but that thought was in the back of my mind and inspired this post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    INTP 5, sexual-blind
    IxFJ 9, sexual-blind
    ISxJ 1, sexual-blind
    IxFP 9, sexual-blind

    Sp/So is the most common instinct combo, syn-flow, and lacking the boundary crossing nature of Sx, so I'd place that at the top of your list for all types.

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    Unassuming - sp/so + attachment triad sans E3
    Invisible - sx/sp + any withdrawn triad
    All introverts, preferably with Fe somewhere in their stacking, sans the -TJs.

    Both - IXFP sx/sp triple withdrawn, 9-core. Ime their degree of auto self-erasure is insane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ixaerus View Post
    Unassuming - sp/so + attachment triad sans E3
    Invisible - sx/sp + any withdrawn triad
    All introverts, preferably with Fe somewhere in their stacking, sans the -TJs.

    Both - IXFP sx/sp triple withdrawn, 9-core. Ime their degree of auto self-erasure is insane.
    interesting... I think i'd agree with isfp lol. Some people just have "presence" and stick out even when they're not trying, whereas others just blend in naturally. That's what I meant. I think 9 would be the most, but I wondered about 6 also, and maybe 3 (because they are so common)

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    Quote Originally Posted by badatlife View Post
    interesting... I think i'd agree with isfp lol. Some people just have "presence" and stick out even when they're not trying, whereas others just blend in naturally. That's what I meant. I think 9 would be the most, but I wondered about 6 also, and maybe 3 (because they are so common)
    3s would stand out, 6s would rebel / react if things aren't the way they want, even if not overtly.
    Is why I picked triple withdrawn- 5s 'are don't bother me, please leave me alone', 4s are more lost in their heads & all-round more impractical than 3s and 6s.
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    For 6s, I'd say the phobic 6s probably blend in more than the counterphobic 6s as CP 6s come across as more direct and aggressive at times.

    I would also say probably triple withdrawn for Enneagram tritype.

    As for MBTI, I am not totally sure IxFP makes sense. But I tend to think that INFPs stand out to me. But maybe that's because they seem to be drawn towards me. But they can be unassuming. Or they at least do not seem to be domineering, aggressive, and overly pushy. Part of that is why I'm so skeptical of this one friend who is certain she's an INFP. The other is that she's clearly on the Fe/Ti axis. My best guess is ENTP with poorly developed Ti and a chronic over reliance on Fe. I also think she's an extrovert with social anxiety so she thinks she's an introvert. Interestingly her Enneagram typing of 2 might be correct. She seems more 8ish to me, but 2s disentigrate to 8. I just have never encountered an INFP with her dementor, not even the unhealthy ones.

    I think ISTPs could blend in quite a bit too. At least, I've never seem to encounter many. That's one reason it took me so long to figure out that my dad is one. Well, the other was a poor understanding of Ti, which my dad clearly prefers to everything else.
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