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    Senior Member Nonsensical's Avatar
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    Gary is totally an INTP. He is crazy I. Very very reserved, doesn't like to leave his shell (perfect metaphor), he is a literal and figural snail!

    He is also very stubborn which hints to extreme Introversion. "Nothing you can say or do to me will change my opinion."
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    I'm not a fan of post-movie Spongebob, so these typings are based on episodes before the movie.

    Spongebob: ENFX. He seems fairly balanced on the J/P line - on one hand, he likes structure and is very much a clean freak; on the other hand, he has a somewhat erratic thought process and can be spontaneous.
    Patrick: XSFP, I suppose.
    Squidward: (unhealthy) INTJ. Artsy, arrogant, isn't afraid of showing his contempt and dislike of others, has delusions of grandeur. He dreams of getting out of his dead-end job and becoming a great clarinetist.
    Mr. Krabs: ESTX?
    Sandy: ESTP?

    Is it sad that I sort of seriously thought about this and gave kind of in-depth descriptions (well, for Spongebob and Squidward)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithium Onyx View Post
    How would one go about typing Gary, in the first place?
    There are a few episodes in which Gary talks(The dream episode, for one). And seeing how he never really tries to stop spongebob or drive him to one path, he is more of an INTP, or maybe ISTP because what he says(through Spongebob) is always "That will never work"

    Also I'm seeing Patrick as more of an I than an E. He really doesn't have any other friends than Spongebob, or people that Spongebob knows.

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    Spongebob - ENFP
    Patrick - ENFP
    Squidward - ISTJ
    Mr. Krabs - ESTJ
    Sandy - No idea
    Gary - I don't really think we can type him, he doesn't talk

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Spongebob - ENFP
    Patrick - ENFP
    Squidward - ISTJ
    Mr. Krabs - ESTJ
    Sandy - No idea
    Gary - I don't really think we can type him, he doesn't talk
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    SPONEBOB IS AN ENFP. LIVE WITH IT!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamathousandapples View Post
    There are a few episodes in which Gary talks(The dream episode, for one). And seeing how he never really tries to stop spongebob or drive him to one path, he is more of an INTP, or maybe ISTP because what he says(through Spongebob) is always "That will never work"

    Also I'm seeing Patrick as more of an I than an E. He really doesn't have any other friends than Spongebob, or people that Spongebob knows.
    I think the reason Patrick has so few friends is not because of introversion, but because of his painfully hilarious lack of intelligence. And his utter disregard (or maybe unconsciousness?) for basic hygiene. The episode in which he keeps his junk inside his belly button is a perfect example of this, I think.

    Also, Patrick, with Spongebob (and occasionally even Squidward), is pretty gregarious. He's always thinking -- as best as someone like him could -- for ways to have fun and pass the time. This seems inconsistent with the characteristics of an introvert.

    EDIT: I tend to agree with the Spongebob = ENFP consensus. The FUN song + Imagination seems pretty clear to me.
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