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    Default Si PoLR and SP first?

    What would that even look like?

    I have a friend who I think might be ENFj, but she identifies as E1 SP. I might make a separate thread about her, but this concept was interesting to me.

    Does anyone know any Si PoLRs with SP first in their instinct stacking?
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    It's certainly compatible. Si PoLRs who are sp first just fill in with whichever sensing they have. For example, I think mickey rourke is LIE and sp/sx.

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    Seems incompatible ye
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    This is interesting, I do not relate to the SP instinct at all. I never thought it was because of Si PoLR though.
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    I think that about 34% of ENTJs self-identify as Sp-first, and about 15% of ENFJs do, which seems reasonable. ENTJs like money, and money implies stuff, while ENFJs are more likely to rely on their sexual and Fe social skills to get by.

    I think I know an Sp-first ENTj. He's a multi-millionaire and he won't spend a penny of his own money on anything. Basically, he gets other people to invest in his projects and he reaps the rewards. He's a jerk.

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    A E1 EIE doesn't seem that far-fetched to me- I think I've met a few of them before. Although in a campy way E1 is more compatible with Deltas- I don't think every EIE wants to dress up in Leprechaun Drag and scare children.

    as for SP first that seems more common in LIEs than EIEs to me- yeah a SP first EIE would be really strange and rare but I guess not impossible.

    It's also possible maybe that you're talking to a IEE that's going a bit spazzy with their 4D Fe demonstrative function so much where it can seem like it's in the ego. I think that can happen with them lol.

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