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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kvk1NZDFvZU"]I'm telling you this an ENFP woman[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZXITCwBdJQ&feature=related"]And this is an ISTJ, though ESTJ is the second most likely type, okay I'll agree[/YOUTUBE]

    And I've already told you what I think about your opinions of Mary Poppins. I may actually cross posts those arguments to this thread.
    - George Banks seems more commanding and overconfident like an ETJ. ISTJs are more, well, introverted
    - actually I've changed my mind about Mary Poppins, I think she's ENTJ or INTJ. she seems more NT than SJ now that I think about it (at least we can agree on J lol)
    - Mrs. Banks is definitely FP, but that's all I can tell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    - George Banks seems more commanding and overconfident like an ETJ. ISTJs are more, well, introverted
    - actually I've changed my mind about Mary Poppins, I think she's ENTJ or INTJ. she seems more NT than SJ now that I think about it (at least we can agree on J lol)
    - Mrs. Banks is definitely FP, but that's all I can tell
    She's an ENFP champion archetype, bro. I don't know how it could be any more obvious. She's oblivious to what's going on around her because she's so obsessed with her cause, and what future generations will think of her. She's inspiring the other women to follow her (or trying to). She's all singing, all dancing, oblivious, politically championing causes to the point of not realizing she's neglecting her children.

    Not an ISFP.

    Mary Poppins is definitely not an INTJ.

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    Thanks for straightening that out Marm!

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    I was JUST thinking about typing Mary Poppins this very evening! I was watching a documentary on the guy who animated Mickey Mouse, and it turns out he invented the technology that allowed them to merge the live action parts with the fantasy cartoon parts of Mary Poppins. Anyhoo.

    I'd maybe put a small E on Mary? Maybe eNFJ? I may have to watch it again, though.

    I LOOOOOOOOVED Glynis Johns' character when I was a kid. I could probably still sing all of Sister Suffragette from memory.
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    She very well could be INFJ. I would say maybe that even makes more sense with her level of self-restraint. Onemoretime actually suggested this another thread, and I thought I could see Fe and Ni but I could be wrong about the order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    She's an ENFP champion archetype, bro. I don't know how it could be any more obvious. She's oblivious to what's going on around her because she's so obsessed with her cause, and what future generations will think of her. She's inspiring the other women to follow her (or trying to). She's all singing, all dancing, oblivious, politically championing causes to the point of not realizing she's neglecting her children.

    Not an ISFP.

    Mary Poppins is definitely not an INTJ.
    when you put it that way, yes she does seem more ENFP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    She very well could be INFJ. I would say maybe that even makes more sense with her level of self-restraint. Onemoretime actually suggested this another thread, and I thought I could see Fe and Ni but I could be wrong about the order.
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking of. She's so self-contained, but she draws people to her. I thought, I bet she's INFJ! But she seems to orchestrate lots of stuff, too. So I figured the small e was a good compromise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking of. She's so self-contained, but she draws people to her. I thought, I bet she's INFJ! But she seems to orchestrate lots of stuff, too. So I figured the small e was a good compromise.


    I just shamelessly want to post the entire movie here. I LOVE Mary Poppins .

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3zAbQ0aMK8&feature=related"][/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking of. She's so self-contained, but she draws people to her. I thought, I bet she's INFJ! But she seems to orchestrate lots of stuff, too. So I figured the small e was a good compromise.
    Yes, she's NFJ ... but kind of an ambiguous blend of E vs I traits. She definitely preserves this kind of buffer around her core, where you can sense that a great deal is going on inside but you can't quite put your finger on it... elusive. Typical of Ni. Bert, on the other hand, is more explicable.
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    Mary Poppins is the ESFJ prototype!^^
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