I took a what super hero are you on one of those type quizzes. It said I am the bride. I was like wtf, who the hell is that and after a few I remembered. It had been so long since I watched Kill Bill and that is not a the typical super hero lolWhen I made a "what's my type" topic in the Enneagram section, I was told that I seemed like "a textbook self-preservation 7." I can't decide whether or not that sounds like a compliment. It's like if someone told me I was a textbook version of one of the seven deadly sins.
Edit: I'm either gluttony or greed, based on the dozen or so Buzzfeed quizzes I've taken
https://www.personalitycafe.com/enneagram-personality-theory-forum/736722-enneagram-reading-information-topics-interest.htmlWhat does this triple enneagram thing mean?
May be 7w6s? I only see most ESTPs as 7s or 8s or even 3s.They're literally everywhere, I think they're the most common type of ESTP. I'll use Vicky from Geordie Shore as a 'base personality' she's a Fe heavy 6w7. So, they're blunt, direct, quick to show their annoyance, responsible in a six way, but are quick to let you know when you've got on their nerves because Se-Fe. They kind of mirror 8s in that they're the 'mature' ones who people feel they can trust - especially when they're 6w5. Even the less mature ESTP 6s still usually give off that type of 'knowledgeable and tough' vibes, but we all know that they're big softies and don't really put in much effort to hide that unlike an 8 or 7. VERY reactive because you know... 6 and Se.
Watch Queen Vicky work that Se-Fe
I know so many of them who played '7' and tried to come for me, but once I came for them, they were screaming and shouting and crying XD Nah, wait, I'm thinking of an ESFP 6 here XD.
But that aside, pretty much all the 'party go-er' personalities are Se-heavy 6s, 7s, 2s and 3s, so they're easy to find in social atmospheres.
This guys an ESFP, but I thought of this too much XD He also came on my telly while I was typing this.
SO/SX particularly flippantly using explicit sexuality as something to toy around with and act as an inviting aspect of their social identity