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    Default What types are easiest to type?

    my type: entp/ILE.

    It's easy for me to type other EP's, enfp, entp, estp, esfp. especially IRL, not so much on the internet. that impulsive outgoing temperament is unmistakable.

    other types that are easy for me to spot:

    intj, esfj, infp, istj, isfj.

    i have trouble spotting these types:

    isfp, istp, estj, intp, entj, infj, enfj.

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    Ep's seem to be the easiest for me...

    ...but I have trouble typing everyone until I speak with them extensivly and get to know them.

    People put on fronts, and go off of your cues. So you have to take that into account, stick around them so their defence wears down and you eventually see the real person.
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    Yeah, Eps are relatively easy for me too.

    I sometimes have trouble typing ISFjs, ISTps, INFjs, and INTjs.
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    depends on which typing strategy you use.

    example.
    I sometimes find ESFP easy to spot from a distance by looking at their clothes.
    ENTP's are easy to spot by the way they talk, dominate a discussion.
    ISTJ by their annoying habits on the workfloor.

    etc

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    EP's

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    I'd definitely agree that EPs are the easiest to spot just because they tend to stand out more. A lot of them are Enneagram 7s, who also tend to be easy to spot, I think. Easiest overall, probably SLE. Fe types are all pretty easy for me to spot, especially Betas; SEIs, not so much.

    Hardest type to spot I'd say would be SLI; I tend to think they are either ILI or LSI before getting it right. Both of the Gamma Rationals are a little tricky for me, too, but they are getting easier.

    SEEs wear distinctive clothes? I usually attribute that kind of thing to Fe, if anything.
    ILEs dominate discussions? In classrooms or work settings, sure, but not usually in a social situation.
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    1. ESFps and ESTps are unmistakable.
    2. ENFps/ENFjs are easy to spot, but not easy (for me) to distinguish from each other.
    3. INFps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly
    ILEs dominate discussions? In classrooms or work settings, sure, but not usually in a social situation.
    Some do some don't in social settings. And it's normally only a once in awhile thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suomea
    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly
    ILEs dominate discussions? In classrooms or work settings, sure, but not usually in a social situation.
    Some do some don't in social settings. And it's normally only a once in awhile thing.
    I feel like ILEs take center stage once in a while in social settings, but I don't think they usually dominate them, especially if there are ExFx types around.
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    ESFjs, ENFjs - because I actually know what the are now, after being so misinformed.
    Fe creative has a certain spark to it - though I am not necessarily a fan of it - it is just blatant.
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    Fe dominants are easy to spot ... particularly ESE females .. eek. They're just so bubbly it's unmistakable.

    IEE males are fairly easy to spot as well once I get to talking to them .. they have this strange effeminate quality that is nice, yet a total turn off

    People keep saying SLEs / SEEs are easy to spot - really? Maybe I'm just getting them confused with other types but to me, it's not that cut & dry ... I think I mix up ISTj Se subtypes with real SLEs ... hmm. I know one guy who seems incredibly outgoing and I just know that he is a Beta ST but I can't figure out which it is.

    ENTps are sooo obvious ... there is something about dominance that is more blatant than for me. The kookiness, the randomness.

    Definitely the hardest to type would be SEI/SLI. Any kind of Ixxp is sort of difficult for me to notice. IxTjs give off a "vibe" that screams dominance, inflappability.


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    I would say ESE, LSE, ILE, and SLE are the easiest. Also Ijs for the most part.

    Ips are the hardest to type because they are very adaptive and change a lot.
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