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    No, no, you're doing it all wrong. There has to be some elitist package for your ad hominem trollbait to prove your intellectual superiority.

    Or at least be a little more agressive. Like, try this: "Holy shit, you're a Twilight fan, and your feet stink". I'm sure you'll eventually manage to provoke an emotional response.

    Please do your best, I'll be watching your growth process with great interest.

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    I thought twilight was cool. :P
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    You got to be fooling me--Alice an enfj-lol. I know enfjs and they don't act like her. She is the typical enfp. She's so unique and stands out in a crowd-a characteristic of enfp.

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    My thoughts after reading the books and most of this thread:

    Bella, ISFP
    Edward, INTJ
    Jacob, ESFP

    Edward was the hard one to type, but I'm pretty confident now. At first I thought INFJ because he has that tortured soul thing going on, like Dostoevsky or Beethoven. But if he were an "F," I think he would have sought companionship before finding Bella, and I don't think he would have decided to let her go in New Moon.

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    I sincerely don't see how anyone genuinely likes these characters. I watched both movies with a Rifftrax (highly recommend!), but the whole time, I was thinking how there have never been two more boring lead characters in recent memory. They hem and haw and blink and pause and look vaguely bored, and we're supposed to find them mysterious and fascinating? I don't get it.

    I agree with the poster who said that Bella was supposed to be INFP, but she doesn't really show enough depth to be seen as a fully-fledged, typeable human being. I'd say INxJ for Edward. He doesn't seem all that T to me. Both characters just seem to be there to be the embodiment of teenage unrequited love. They are not complex.
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    I liked the movies. The whole time I watched them I kept thinking that the people should really get out of the frame, they're keeping me from enjoying the nature shots. I didn't bother typing them because the characters just didn't bother me at all...it's like they never existed because they left virtually no mark on my brain. The movies gave me a good feeling, so I don't feel ripped off, I never expected much from them to begin with.

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    I watched the second movie. As much as I liked the first one, I immediately knew New Moon wouldn't be my cup of tea.
    Awful, just plain awful and boring.

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    I don't think they have types. Actually I've decided this.
    If they did, Ed/Bella = Introvert.
    Jacob/Alice=Extrovert

    I don't remember any of the other characters. All I know is that Nikki Reed looks awful with blonde hair.
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    Can someone PLEASE give me ANY evidence to suggest ANY character in these addicting but poorly written books are N's?

    How are they anything but isfj and isfp? (edward the J, Bella the P)

    where's all their abstract thought? Their ideas? Their symbolism?

    They're quiet brooding, moody, teenagers.

    well, edward is technically a brooding, moody old man =]
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    Quote Originally Posted by gigi_xo View Post
    where's all their abstract thought? Their ideas? Their symbolism?
    Bella's special because Edward can't read her mind = N.

    LMAO. I'm kidding. You got me.
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