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    Strongly Ambivalent Ivy's Avatar
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    Default Yogi Bear's type

    Clearly an SP of some sort. Probably an extrovert as his focus is more on pic-a-nic baskets than on his inner life. (Boo Boo's probably an introvert.) But what of the F/T? He's clearly NOT smarter than the average bear, but F/T is not about intelligence. It's about decision-making, and whether it is informed by impersonal or personal ethics. I'm going to have to go with the T here. He consistently disregards the impact his actions have on the tourists whose food he pilfers.

    So, ESTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    So, ESTP.
    Kindly dimwit. Makes sense.

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    I've known a lot of ESFPs and they are definitely one of the more selfish types. Remember ESFP are Se(extroverted sensors) and Fi(introverted feelers) making their auxillary feeling function totally subjective. Morality and truth for them is often whatever they want it to be.

    I have to go with ESFP on this one.

    BooBoo is more of an Enigma.

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    Excellent point, RootBall. This is why the F/T is so difficult with Yogi-- it could really go either way.

    I think BooBoo is an ISFJ.
    The one who buggers a fire burns his penis
    -anonymous graffiti in the basilica at Pompeii

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