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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    sheldon...he insists he is not crazy cuz his mom had him tested. he is not exactly a new idea kind of a guy. he is more of a build on existing stuff using existing stuff kind of a guy
    really? but he's so obsessed with himself and the value of his own unique ideas; he thinks he's a genius who deserves a nobel prize! He made glowing goldfish and tried to make a lion/eagle crossbreed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    From what I've observed about the character (although admittedly it's pretty difficult to type television characters at all) Leonard has a lack of Fe, which can sometimes confused with the total absence of Fe, or Fi, because the behavior can appear similarly.

    Leonard on the other hand is absolutely clueless about people, interpersonal relationships, and social expectation. He knows some of the rules of social convention and adheres to those, but the rest is usually what makes the show so hilarious since those rules seem so obvious to us the viewers. I'm just having a hard time seeing Fi anywhere near that character('s dominant and aux function).

    @Visa - I would agree with you that Wolowitz is, or could be, an ESTP. I couldn't decide if he had Si or Se and then just gave up and finally picked one, but I think you may be right with the ESTP typing. I have a hard time with the P and J disparity sometimes.
    I think you're confusing preference with aptitude. Leonard clearly has a strong yearning for social interaction, it doesn't mean he must be good at it. Fe is what makes him so uncomfortable, for example, when Sheldon insults the college students, or Raj, or... anybody and everybody xD He's the guy that ends up confessing to making mistakes, or trying to help everybody get along... that's Fe. Leonard is one who would take one for the team.

    ESTP is Se Ti, ESTJ is Te Si. ESTJs tend to give up quicker than ESTPs when they realise they've been doing something that isn't working right, thanks to their Si. ESTPs just keep going... which is what makes his womanizing attempts so hilarious.
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    Sheldon: ISTJ
    Leonard: XNTP
    Rajesh: IXTP
    Wolowitz: ESTP
    Sheldon's mom: ESFJ
    Leonard's mom: IXTJ
    Wolowitz's mom: XSTJ
    Rajesh's parents: Mom = ISFP, Dad = ESXJ
    Penny: ESFP
    Chick who moved in upstairs = EXFJ
    Guy at the comic book store: IXTP? Or ISXP?
    Penny's ex: XSTP (the most important one)

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    yeah wolowitz's mum is definitely ISTJ lol
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    I just love it ...............stuff analysing

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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    yeah wolowitz's mum is definitely ISTJ lol
    Well, I don't know HAHAHA. That was just a wild guess at a marginal character. I mean she could have been an XSTP maybe???

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    she reminds me of one my friends. you're in her house, you play by her rules- to hell if you like it or not, and to hell with social graces!
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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    she reminds me of one my friends. you're in her house, you play by her rules- to hell if you like it or not, and to hell with social graces!
    That's why I was thinking XSTJ. Remember her insistence on "Is she Jewishhhhhhhhhhhh?" "Yeahhhh mahhhhhhhhhhhh!" "Okayyyyyyyyyy, wear protectionnnnnnnnnn!" LOL

    Damn.

    And remember when that girl came and stayed? "What's this plastic?" "You're humping on the couch all the time and you are just a " I forget the word, but like a money grabber or something.

    LOL

    And when W. said he wanted to implant his brain into a robot, he said he needed to be circumcised because he had to promise his Ma he'd be a Jewish robot.

    Okay, she could be XSFJ, but other than that? Eff no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    Leonard clearly has a strong yearning for social interaction, it doesn't mean he must be good at it. Fe is what makes him so uncomfortable, for example, when Sheldon insults the college students, or Raj, or... anybody and everybody xD He's the guy that ends up confessing to making mistakes, or trying to help everybody get along... that's Fe. Leonard is one who would take one for the team.
    That's exactly my point. Leonard has tertiary/inferior Fe.

    What I was trying to say (though obviously failed at) was that Thinkers aren't all as a rule uncaring of others' feelings or inconsiderate of how others feel in the same way that not all Feelers are necessarily considerate and accomodating. My point was that Leonard could care about others' perception of him and still very much be an NTP.


    ESTJs tend to give up quicker than ESTPs when they realise they've been doing something that isn't working right, thanks to their Si. ESTPs just keep going... which is what makes his womanizing attempts so hilarious.


    I have to say this is very true. I lived with an ESTP, two in fact, for about ten years. They drove me crazy! I never understood the logic in repeating the same behavior time and time again, expecting a different outcome, and then being disappointed when you get the same result. It's the monkey and the blocks all over again!

    *sigh*

    They are tenacious, though. I will give them that.
    I've never had anyone pursue me so persistently.

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    Sheldon:
    He actually tries to make up for his lack of sensing, and watching him fail has entertainment value. People tell me that I'm somewhat like him, minus the arrogance, superior intelligence and aspie qualities. First time I typed him as an NTP because of the way he would analyse everything, and gather heaps of pointless information. INTJs are supposed to be specialists, know everything in their field etc. He also seemed to fit the ENTp socionics profile, the fast talking stuff, not understanding psychological boundaries. I'd probably type him as INTJ if I knew the type a little better though.
    Leonard: ISTJ
    Clearly a sensor, he's the nerdy kid that isn't lost in his imagination, and he's also doing physics that seems trivial to the others. He's also extremely like an ISTJ I know, the resemblance personality wise is uncanny.
    Rajesh:
    Not sure, every time I watch the show, he stutters and doesn't talk. INTP is a reasonable guess though.
    Wolowitz:
    This kid has an ego, that makes him a little harder to type, because you can't really discern what he's like under the surface. I think he might be an INTP. The only part I find questionable is the I.
    Leonard's mom: INTJ
    She was in the last episode I saw, and she was such an intuitive.
    Penny: ESFP
    That one's pretty straightforward.
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