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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    IMO, 3 is the most difficult type to see online. I can't quite explain why, but it sort of hides, unless it is outwardly obvious. @jscrothers is a 3, as is @Lataralus, and I agree with their typings, but unless I were told I wouldn't have guessed it easily (if at all). Same with @Showbread. However after getting to know Showbread fairly well, I see her 3 type as more readily apparent.

    That said, in person I think it is much easier. During the meet up you and I agreed that both of our 3 fixes were significantly easier to spot in person, to the point of overshadowing it in the right context. On the forums my 3 doesn't appear too strong (6 seems a lot stronger) but in person my 3 stands out FAR more. Because I'm a 1, I actively try and hide my 3 tendancies, since my core 1 regards them as a "problem". That's another matter though. I'm starting to notice that 1's are actually somewhat difficult to spot in person, unless it's in a work environment. In person, my 1-ness is pretty obvious, as is yours, but to someone who knew us lightly, I wonder if they'd guess it. I know several other 1's that it's not obvious. Maybe it's introversion? Anyway I am going off on a tangent.

    Per the current discussion @DiscoBiscuit, I think ENTJ is accurate and obvious. I guessed that rather quickly without your type being listed a long time ago. Enneagram less so. I am torn between 8 and 3. I actually see 3 as more likely, but this stems from the fact that I have seen you posture and self-pedastal very frequently (particularly in the past), often shamelessly, which is often regarded as a trait of 3's. Even so, I tend to think stereotypes as being unreliable for typing. Because of this, I lessen the likelyhood of 3 beyond what I actually see in the ways of signs of it. I don't think 8 is wrong, and if that is your type (which I regard it as such, as I don't doubt someones self type unless it's obviously wrong), but I don't readily nor often see signs of it. I recently have. 8's have this air of confidance that doesn't seem or appear intended, it simply is. With 3's, it's often easily see as put there intentionally (assuming they have it), albeit it's still genuine. I've seen you do both of those, which is part of the being torn.

    Curious thing about enneagram is the individual is easier to type when they are less healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    IMO, 3 is the most difficult type to see online. I can't quite explain why, but it sort of hides, unless it is outwardly obvious.
    Actually it's fairly obvious on Facebook. "Look at me! Look at me! See? I'm being a good person! I'm being socially acceptable!" And if that weren't enough, the Tony Robbins quotes would give it away.
    An argument is two people sharing their ignorance.

    A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.
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    The funny thing is that I briefly entertained the possibility I might be 3w4. Riight.
    Steve heard the "mrrroooooooow" just in time to look up and see an orange ball of fur whizzing by his head. Suddenly there were flying furballs coming from all directions. The formerly quiet neighborhood was now populated by loud "mrowws" and "mews" and the astonished "awws" of children. The cats were legless yet seemed to hover and be propelled by some unseen force, their tails trailing behind them like cans dangling from a limo carrying a bride and groom away from a church.

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    Why does no-one believe me when I say I am mistyped?

    Do you all have stuck up biases in your minds?

    Intuitives can not give a shit about theories too...

    Sensors can care more about theories than some so-called intuitives.

    All I want is a fair typing without people saying "ESFP" WITHOUT a proper explaination. Everyone else here gets believed-- why not me? All I want is a simple, logical explaination as to why I am an type whatever with clear analysis and proof to back it up. Not hard, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Invincible View Post
    Why does no-one believe me when I say I am mistyped?

    Do you all have stuck up biases in your minds?

    Intuitives can not give a shit about theories too...

    Sensors can care more about theories than some so-called intuitives.

    All I want is a fair typing without people saying "ESFP" WITHOUT a proper explaination. Everyone else here gets believed-- why not me? All I want is a simple, logical explaination as to why I am an type whatever with clear analysis and proof to back it up. Not hard, huh?
    I think you are an intuitive, not sure really on specifics- but I would guess an NT, and NTP further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty6226 View Post
    I think you are an intuitive, not sure really on specifics- but I would guess an NT, and NTP further.
    Go back and read my original response slowly and carefully, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Invincible View Post
    Everyone else here gets believed
    That's not really true if you mean their typings are believed. People frequently question the accuracy of other members' types.
    Steve heard the "mrrroooooooow" just in time to look up and see an orange ball of fur whizzing by his head. Suddenly there were flying furballs coming from all directions. The formerly quiet neighborhood was now populated by loud "mrowws" and "mews" and the astonished "awws" of children. The cats were legless yet seemed to hover and be propelled by some unseen force, their tails trailing behind them like cans dangling from a limo carrying a bride and groom away from a church.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starcrash View Post
    That's not really true if you mean their typings are believed. People frequently question the accuracy of other members' types.
    I agree with this. @Captain_Invincible The issue may be that many people (myself included) don't know you very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Invincible View Post
    Why does no-one believe me when I say I am mistyped?

    Do you all have stuck up biases in your minds?

    Intuitives can not give a shit about theories too...

    Sensors can care more about theories than some so-called intuitives.

    All I want is a fair typing without people saying "ESFP" WITHOUT a proper explaination. Everyone else here gets believed-- why not me? All I want is a simple, logical explaination as to why I am an type whatever with clear analysis and proof to back it up. Not hard, huh?
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