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    spongebob - enfp 7w6
    patrick - isfp 9w8
    squidward - istj 4w3
    mr krabs - estj 8w9
    plankton - intj 8w7
    sandy - entp 7w8

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    spongebob: ESFJ 7w6>2w3>9w1 So/Sx
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    Typing SpongeBob?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    I haven't watched a SpongeBob episode in a long time but I think their types are pretty easy.

    Sponge Bob: ENFP (P's can be hilariously OCD- he takes a live and let live approach to life.)
    Patrick: ISFP (I thought about ISTP but F makes more sense.)
    Squidward: ISTJ (INTJ is possible but more S-ish.)
    Mr. Krabs: ESFJ (the humor behind Mr. Krabs is that he is absolutely in love with money)
    Sandy: ESTP (The rough and ready cowgirl- what else?)
    Plankton: ENTJ (an INTJ would be a more subtle villain than Plankton- he might even be ENTP- he desires recognition more than power.)
    These are the most accurate guesses I have ever seen on this subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Typing SpongeBob?
    Ya maybe you're right. Spongebob and his pals are such idiotic morons! On second thought is typing them even possible?

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    Spongebob is a very psychologically healthy version of whatever he is, but lacks the ability to notice when someone doesn't like him or is insulting him. Those two things make it very hard to type him. I think he could well be 6w7 - responsible, conservatively and neatly dressed, loves being a part of things and teamwork, and loves to keep busy with various hobbies.

    However, I can also see him as a very healthy 3w2. Doing the best he can and being productive in the things he loves are obviously very important thrills in his life. He gets up every morning confidently announcing "I'm ready!" and really meaning it, and not in a 7ish can't-wait-to-start-thinking-about-various-novel-things-to-experience way; in a more focused, keen-to-achieve, expecting challenges to be fun, and being fine with the day's important activities being pretty similar every day, kind of way.

    The fact that healthy Threes become more Six-like and vice versa makes it even harder. I'd love for him to be a Three just because Threes seem to get a bad reputation, even in the TV shows of a highly 3-ish country like the US.

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    I think all of these characters are extremes. I mean, I haven't really met anybody like Spongebob or Patrick in my life; maybe some Squidwards exist, but I don't know too many businessmen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by compulsiverambler View Post
    Spongebob is a very psychologically healthy version of whatever he is, but lacks the ability to notice when someone doesn't like him or is insulting him. Those two things make it very hard to type him. I think he could well be 6w7 - responsible, conservatively and neatly dressed, loves being a part of things and teamwork, and loves to keep busy with various hobbies.

    However, I can also see him as a very healthy 3w2. Doing the best he can and being productive in the things he loves are obviously very important thrills in his life. He gets up every morning confidently announcing "I'm ready!" and really meaning it, and not in a 7ish can't-wait-to-start-thinking-about-various-novel-things-to-experience way; in a more focused, keen-to-achieve, expecting challenges to be fun, and being fine with the day's important activities being pretty similar every day, kind of way.

    The fact that healthy Threes become more Six-like and vice versa makes it even harder. I'd love for him to be a Three just because Threes seem to get a bad reputation, even in the TV shows of a highly 3-ish country like the US.
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    SpongeBob - ENFP seems about right. He can go from happy to sad to angry to sleepy in the blink of an eye, but nonetheless is full of energy and can become pretty "out there" if he wants. He does have some J traits though, like a strict routine in the morning or being on time for work every day.

    Patrick - Definitely an SP. He doesn't have too many friends, but that doesn't make him an introvert. I can see him as an ESFP, but he has bursts of anger and can "go with the flow" like an ESTP. I'm more confident with ESFP, however.

    Squidward - I think he's an ISTJ. He hates his job at the Krusty Krab so he might not look as dutiful as one, but he does show many negative traits. Bossy, temperamental, and rigid. He also shows some positives, for example, having an interest in music, decorating, and art, and being able to act classy and sophisticated.

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    Spongebob: ENFP 7w6 so/sx
    Patrick: ISFP 9w8 sp/so
    Squidward: ISTJ 3w4 so/sp
    Sandy: ESTP 8w7 so/sx

    Imo. I relate more to Sandy than I do Spongebob though.
    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Imo. I relate more to Sandy than I do Spongebob though.
    Post the 3rd season, no one should relate to spongebob as he's become so massively flandarized.
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