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    Interesting observation. Perhaps someone on the writing staff knows a thing or two about MBTI and JCF, and thus decided to incorporate it into the movie/characters?

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    I'm serious! :-P

    It just seems interesting....

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    I'm not doubting you; I too have seen instances of typology applied to fiction which indicates that a writer knowlingly did so; like the manga/anime Death Note.

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    I doubt he did - after all, the book was written in the late 20s, as I recall. Nonetheless, it is an interesting coincidence.

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    I remember a similar thread popping up in PerCafe... The correlations were different, though. I like yours better.

    I remember Piglet being an ISFJ, tho...

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    Pooh is an ISFP and Piglet is an ISFJ. I mean I don't even know why you would consider IxTP for Pooh, I'm sorry, but that seems ridiculous to me (no offense to you personally). I have seen people call Piglet INFP, but I'm pretty pretty sure he's ISFJ.

    Everything else I agree with you on, totally.

    Wait...what do you have Eeyore as? There's your INFP.

    I think you have Piglet and Eeyore mixed up. Eeyore is a depressed INFx

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    Piglet seems ISFJ to me, and Eeyore seems ISTJ. Pooh doesn't seem like a Ti-dom at all. I don't think each cognitive process is represented by a character.....I've never been a fan of this cartoon though.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Oh, okay. I don't really understand Ti that well, so maybe I misinterpreted it.

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    Pooh - ISFP

    Piglet - ISFJ

    Tigger - ESFP

    Owl - INTJ

    Rabbit - ESTJ

    Kanga - ESFJ

    Roo - E__P

    Eeyore - ISTJ

    Christopher Robin - INFP

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    Can someone please explain the rationale behind Pooh being an ISFP over an ISFJ? I don't recall the character well enough to decipher. I know he's definitely ISFx.

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