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  • INFP

    6 23.08%
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    I don't see Tom as much of an ENTP. He's just so laid back. He doesn't DO anything. He rarely has strong opinions or takes strong moves of action. He's intelligent, but not inventive or anything. He seems like a relaxed ISTP to me. Very go-with-the-flow. He doesn't even have that ENTP drive for winning an argument, really. He's quick to just forget about it. He always concedes things to her, but offers reasonable alternate explanations, and he often wins, but this is only because everything Daria says to him is stupid.

    That's the annoying thing about him. He makes Daria a total irrational bitch. For some reason.

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    Episodes like 'Write Where It Hurts' and 'Through A Lens Darkly' strengthen my assumption that Daria is INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Episodes like 'Write Where It Hurts' and 'Through A Lens Darkly' strengthen my assumption that Daria is INTJ.
    In what way? I had considered INTJ for her, but INTP seems to fit more.
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    strange. i used to think "classic INTP girl stuck in cultural rebellion mode", but now im reading the arguments for INTJ and that seems to fit better...

    I like whoever said she's a prototype. Probably for INT women of american culture in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsherlockholmes View Post
    In what way? I had considered INTJ for her, but INTP seems to fit more.
    In a strengthening way. Mostly because the rather unusual problems in those episodes seem very familiar to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    In a strengthening way. Mostly because the rather unusual problems in those episodes seem very familiar to me.
    Hey, I can relate to that too. Writers block, not thinking your work is good enough, being caught between accpetance and living up to your own moral standards. I can relate to all that quite easily. I don't think it's at all INTJ suggestive.
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    As I see it, those are not the problems.

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    Oh, this thing's back.

    I wrote out (and subsequently lost) a fairly long post last week, mostly about how her wisecracks/observations often seemed Ni-ish to me. As much as I'd love to claim Ms. Morgendorffer as one of my own, I do think she's a jay.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    In a strengthening way. Mostly because the rather unusual problems in those episodes seem very familiar to me.
    Care to elaborate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    As I see it, those are not the problems.
    Okay, then could you please specify?
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    Tomorrow. It is 6 a.m. and I am going to bed now.

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