1. ## I need your help.

2. Guesswork.

Jeriney: Judicious-Merry-Irrational ILE or SEI.

Meredith: Irrational.

A guy you know from work: EII

3. Originally Posted by tuturututu
Guesswork.

Jeriney: Judicious-Merry-Irrational ILE or SEI.

Meredith: Irrational.

A guy you know from work: EII
Ha! Right on, brother! Meredith I think is some kind of merry irrational. Thought the exact same for Jeriney and Josh is probably some kind of ExI, Delta > Gamma.

Well played.

4. Meredith:
Guy: probably

5. Originally Posted by Maritsa33
Remember, it's completely okay for a group of friends to be the same type...it only makes perfect sense if you look at the "close psychological distance" one has with quadra members...So same type would be identical a very good understanding and cooperation...I have known people of cross quads be friends but they often spend a limited time with each other and have limited activities or conversations, because of many factors that contribute to this, the closeness and openness, values, beliefs, and understandings, and some "nurture" related things like common hobbies, goals, upbringing...etc. In my best guess...I would say that all your friends are the same type.
Oh, they aren't really 'friends'. I kind of know the guy I work with, but the other two are radio personalities I know a little about. And considering that the sole reason I picked them out was from people going to a free concert around Valentine's Day, the statistical probability of them happening to be the same type are roughly about 1/4000 and some.

6. Not too sure, but these two struck me as ESE

Jordan

Sarah

7. Originally Posted by Maritsa33
That statistical probability is not accurate; how would you guess that would be 1/4000 when there are 16 types?
Assuming relatively even distribution of types, any random selected person for whom next to no information is given has a 1/16 chance of being some particular type. The next selected person has a 1/16 chance of being that same type. The last ditto. The combined probability of the random three being a particular type would be 1/4096. Naturally I didn't pick these all randomly since I picked each that I knew very very little information about from either working with one of them or listening to them on the radio. Still it seems the chances of picking three identicals from a list because I work with one, think one of them is amusing, and would have sex with the other sounds pretty remote. Just sayin'.

8. Originally Posted by Marie84
Not too sure, but these two struck me as ESE

Jordan

Sarah
Not a bad guess at all. I could definitely see that.