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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    ...never whimisical, very narrow minded, domineering, calculating, competitive and VEEEEERRRRY introverted.
    Since when are INTJs narrow-minded? ENxPs are some of the only types more open-minded than INTJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    The consitantcy of thise character is warped. He started as an INTJ, but as the writers made more and more jokes by making him out of character he has become an ESFP.
    Your observation raises an interesting question about Stewie's shadow self that I can't possibly answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    stewie is totally INTJ.

    what about Brian, though...INFP?? those two have a cool dynamic.
    Finally, one i can answer (Brian's my favorite character). Although Brian has a penchant for writing and the humanities (history in particular) which is more NF i think he is an INTP and here's why:

    - He doesn't like to express his emotions. Whenever he does, he almost immediately backs off and apologizes.

    - His humor and wit are very, very dry.

    I know it takes more than that to make an INTP, but it's a good start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Your observation raises an interesting question about Stewie's shadow self that I can't possibly answer.
    I don't think it's that deep. I just think that bad writing has culminated in that most Stewie jokes are now jokes where he is out of character making him his mbti polar opposite, especially when he is a foil to Brian.

    The same thing has happened to Lois, she's gone from some kind of FJ to just insane.

    P.S. Damn you JustDave for quoting my spelling errors. I can't edit that now.
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    Is it possible that Stewie, due to the misery he endured in his mother's "cursed ovarian bastille" was originally depicted as the ESFP's shadow the INTJ. Then as time progressed he became more comfortable with his life thus reducing his stress level and revealing his true ESFP nature.

    No?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Finally, one i can answer (Brian's my favorite character). Although Brian has a penchant for writing and the humanities (history in particular) which is more NF i think he is an INTP and here's why:

    - He doesn't like to express his emotions. Whenever he does, he almost immediately backs off and apologizes.

    - His humor and wit are very, very dry.

    I know it takes more than that to make an INTP, but it's a good start.
    he doesn't seem analytical enough to be INTP. and he seems to have very strong internal values. i'd definitely say Fi > Ti

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    he doesn't seem analytical enough to be INTP. and he seems to have very strong internal values. i'd definitely say Fi > Ti
    I disagree. It's a bit tricky as he has little interest in science/math/technology he always quickly and logically dissects Peter's illogical schemes. Perhaps he's not a Rational but he definitely has a preference for Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    I disagree. It's a bit tricky as he has little interest in science/math/technology he always quickly and logically dissects Peter's illogical schemes. Perhaps he's not a Rational but he definitely has a preference for Ti.
    anyone can dissect Peter's schemes lol.

    p.s. that's more likely Te

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    anyone can dissect Peter's schemes lol.

    p.s. that's more likely Te
    You're not going to make this easy are you?

    Fair enough, Chris can't, but he's an idiot. Quagmire won't, but has the ability to do so. Cleveland simply doesn't care. Joe destroys everyones fun (must be an ESTJ).

    The only two that I can recall eviscerating Peter's scheme (besides Francis) are Quagmire and Brian. If Quagmire is an ESTP (Ti) then Brian must be an INTP (Ti).
    I am almost certain Quagmire is an ESTP ergo Brian must be an INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Finally, one i can answer (Brian's my favorite character). Although Brian has a penchant for writing and the humanities (history in particular) which is more NF i think he is an INTP and here's why:

    - He doesn't like to express his emotions. Whenever he does, he almost immediately backs off and apologizes.

    - His humor and wit are very, very dry.

    I know it takes more than that to make an INTP, but it's a good start.
    you described me right their or characteristics of me and I'm more likely INFP then INTP.

    I'm just saying I could see him as an INFP but I guess INTP is plausiable.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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