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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    you described me right their or characteristics of me and I'm more likely INFP then INTP.
    Unfortunately I don't have a concrete example to present; however, Brian always sidesteps/ignores his and Peter's feeling when coming to a conclusion. Wouldn't an INFP consider how his or her harsh judgment would effect a friend's feelings before rendering said judgment?

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    Brian is not an INFP. I def. think he is an INTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    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?
    It seems he's had a lifetime of development in little over a year.



    Or the writers have just smoked more pot.
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    Cartoons and sitcom characters are harder to type because they're not really people -- they each are designed to play a "role" instead on the show, and might not be consistent with real-life behavior.

    But Stewie, an ESFP?

    Um.... no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post

    But Stewie, an ESFP?

    Um.... no.

    INTJ Stewie first series: Damn you vile woman, you've impeded my work ever since the day I escaped from your wretched womb.

    ESFP Stewie forth or fifth series: You know what I've discovered? I am all about ultimate Frisbee.

    It's no that he's an ESFP, it's just the writers make more and more jokes about him being out of character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    INTJ Stewie first series: Damn you vile woman, you've impeded my work ever since the day I escaped from your wretched womb.

    ESFP Stewie forth or fifth series: You know what I've discovered? I am all about ultimate Frisbee.

    It's no that he's an ESFP, it's just the writers make more and more jokes about him being out of character.
    Right, then my question is: how can everyone be so certain that Stewie exhibited his true personality in season one? Again, apparently he was under tremendous stress.

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    I can't analyze this anymore without saying that he is a fictional character in a ridiculously farcical universe. I don't think the psychology of the show is that developed and worth deconstruction.
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    Fair enough.

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