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    Default South Park Characters (formerly your favorite TV characters)

    This works better when we limit the topic. SOUTH PARK CHARACTERS! GO!
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    South Park:
    Stan: ENTP
    Kyle: ENFP
    Cartman: ENTJ
    Kenny: ISTP
    Butters: INFP

    Mr./Ms. Garrison: ESTP
    Jimmy: ESxP (most likely T)
    Wendy: INFJ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    South Park:
    Stan: ENTP
    Kyle: ENFP
    Cartman: ENTJ
    Kenny: ISTP
    Butters: INFP

    Mr./Ms. Garrison: ESTP
    Jimmy: ESxP (most likely T)
    Wendy: INFJ ?

    Can I -nicely- edit that for you, dissonance?

    Each of our own opinions of course, that's the first. But Kyle is an ISFJ. He may seem extroverted, but he is in no way an ESFJ. He can seem extroverted because he's an S - sensors in general are much more "readily" reactive than Ns - iNuitives reflect and introspect naturally first. He's also forceful and take-charge (J), in an F way. Especially towards Cartman.


    Cartman is a classic ESTP. Everyone knows this
    He's not a visionary (N). He takes the fullest advantage of situations as they come. He doesn't ponder interpretations of patterned events or new ideas of possibilities. Also, if he was a J, he would be an asshole to take control of things in ways he thinks they should be within societal values.
    An ESTP takes advantage of others not because of societal rules, but for his own satisfaction and fun.

    Garrison is ESTJ. Self-explanatory.

    Jimmy is ENTP.

    Wendy is an ESFP. Typical girl. Pretty much the alpha of the "mean girls" at school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deep rain View Post
    Cartman is a classic ESTP. Everyone knows this
    He's not a visionary (N). He takes the fullest advantage of situations as they come. He doesn't ponder interpretations of patterned events or new ideas of possibilities. Also, if he was a J, he would be an asshole to take control of things in ways he thinks they should be within societal values.
    An ESTP takes advantage of others not because of societal rules, but for his own satisfaction and fun.
    Cartmanland, Scott Tenorman, stem cells, his millions of crazy and outlandish stories, Mel Gibson, etc. Attach J and N to these as you see fit.
    Wendy is an ESFP. Typical girl. Pretty much the alpha of the "mean girls" at school.
    She's definitely not mean...
    But sir, your opinion is wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Galt View Post
    Cartmanland, Scott Tenorman, stem cells, his millions of crazy and outlandish stories, Mel Gibson, etc. Attach J and N to these as you see fit.
    So you say he's ENTJ? Anyone who knows the MBTI immediately knows what Cartman's type is (then LOL of course. Classic, almost typical ESTP.) He's probably the easiest character to ever type.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Galt View Post
    She's definitely not mean...
    That's why I put "mean" in quotes. I wasn't defining her as exactly being mean. Replace it with "popular" then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deep rain View Post
    So you say he's ENTJ? Anyone who knows the MBTI immediately knows what Cartman's type is (then LOL of course. Classic, almost typical ESTP.) He's probably the easiest character to ever type.
    yeah... easy to type as ENTJ. either you haven't watched much south park, or you don't know MBTI well. remember, ENTJ has Se as their tertiary function.

    here are examples of cartman's ENTJness:
    season 4: something you can do with your finger, probably, fat camp
    season 5: scott tenorman, kenny dies
    season 6: freak strike, simpsons already did it
    season 7: little bit country, fat butt and pancake head, CHRISTIAN ROCK HARD!!!, casa bonita,
    season 8: passion of the jew, awesome-o, douche and turd, wall-mart
    season 9: die hippie die, best friends forever, marjorine, GINGER KIDS
    season 10: go god go (i don't really know this season very well)
    season 11: la petit tourette

    i'm sure there are plenty of examples that i missed...

    but yeah. seriously, watch christian rock hard or ginger kids and try to tell me he's an ESTP.

    That's why I put "mean" in quotes. I wasn't defining her as exactly being mean. Replace it with "popular" then.
    no, she's all about standing up for morals, etc. she's not a typical popular girl at all. INFJ. i'll look for some examples later.

    Each of our own opinions of course, that's the first. But Kyle is an ISFJ. He may seem extroverted, but he is in no way an ESFJ. He can seem extroverted because he's an S - sensors in general are much more "readily" reactive than Ns - iNuitives reflect and introspect naturally first. He's also forceful and take-charge (J), in an F way. Especially towards Cartman.
    you could make the argument that kyle is ENFJ, although i still think he has Fi over Fe. but saying he's an SJ is ridiculous. also, wtf is this: "sensors in general are much more "readily" reactive than Ns - iNuitives reflect and introspect naturally first". that's just completely wrong.


    Cartman is a classic ESTP. Everyone knows this
    He's not a visionary (N). He takes the fullest advantage of situations as they come. He doesn't ponder interpretations of patterned events or new ideas of possibilities.
    his intuition is INTROVERTED.

    Also, if he was a J, he would be an asshole to take control of things in ways he thinks they should be within societal values.
    what are you talking about? NTJs don't care at all about societal values. they probably care least of all the types: no Fe and no Si. and he always takes control of things. at least in all the episodes i listed above.

    An ESTP takes advantage of others not because of societal rules, but for his own satisfaction and fun.
    again, what do societal rules have to do with NTJs? nothing...

    Jimmy is ENTP
    why? i don't see any Ne about him.

    i think i agree with garrison being ESTJ, though.

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    yea, this really isnt very close. cartman is not ESTP at all. he is ALWAYS the one to come up with the big idea, the big plan, and knows exactly how to manipulate things to get what he wants (Te through Ni). watch scott tenorman dude (especially the ending). an estp would have tertiary Fe, which he has absolutely 0 of. cartman lives in getting people to do what he wants them to do and hes way way smarter than just seeing details. i used to think he was INTJ cause he always says "screw you guys, i'm going home" and plays with dolls and shit, but hes so active and outward when he's with people.

    an ESTP would be caught up in short term gains and having fun and feeling sensations but cartman is much more large-scale of a thinker than that. ginger kids, passion of the jew, both family guy episodes, he's always planning way ahead to acheive results for his own satisfaction, and goes about it in complex, not transparent ways. also, what makes you think he has any Ti? he isn't searching for truths, he just has a fucked up built in value system and wants to manipulate everything for his own ends.

    i could maybe see why you think kyle is ISFJ but i think he's a pretty strong N, and definitely an extravert. he doesn't play any type of introverted role, ever. kenny is reserved for that. i think the whole point of the show is that the kids are all way smarter than the adults. they can see through things to the big picture while the adults are all SJ'ed out. i would probably say kyle is ENFJ cause hes not as quick-witted as an Ne-dominant ENFP would be, but hes definitely an NF.

    stan's ENTP. always the voice of reason and good social awareness.

    garrison seems ESTP to me, almost even in the same way deep rain described cartman. short-term ideas and goals, always changing his mind around (sexual orientation), living for physical sensations?

    jimmy seems ENFP to me, pretty confident on that. hes just a bundle of jokes but a pretty sensitive chap as well.

    butters is INFP, close on N/S, kenny is easily ISTP. i think dissonance has this a lot more accurate than DR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augmented View Post
    he is ALWAYS the one to come up with the big idea, the big plan, and knows exactly how to manipulate things to get what he wants (Te through Ni).
    Wait a moment. How can you possibly argue a type based on that?

    What type doesn't know how to manipulate things to get what they want?
    ANFP:
    Extraversion (52%) ---- Introversion (48%)
    Sensing (26%) ---- iNtuition (74%)
    Thinking (16%) ---- Feeling (84%)
    Judging (5%) ---- Perceiving (95%)

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    yea but Te is the best at it. i mean what is extraverted thinking? you see the outer world, you figure it out, you figure people out, you figure out how to make them do things for you. Ti doesn't do that. Se doesn't do that. Fi doesn't do that, Si doesn't do that. Ne just generates possibilities....maybe Ne through Ti could do that. Fe doesn't really manipulate anything it just understands the roles in social interaction and wants to improve everyones well-being.

    true, everyone knows how to manipulate the outer world to get what they want, but thats cause everyone has a little bit of Te. cartman happens to have a fuckload. ENTJ case closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augmented View Post
    yea but Te is the best at it. i mean what is extraverted thinking? you see the outer world, you figure it out, you figure people out, you figure out how to make them do things for you. Ti doesn't do that. Se doesn't do that. Fi doesn't do that, Si doesn't do that. Ne just generates possibilities....maybe Ne through Ti could do that. Fe doesn't really manipulate anything it just understands the roles in social interaction and wants to improve everyones well-being.

    true, everyone knows how to manipulate the outer world to get what they want, but thats cause everyone has a little bit of Te. cartman happens to have a fuckload. ENTJ case closed.
    some of what you attributed to Te is actually Ni, but your point still stands.

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