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    Dewey from Malcolm in the Middle

    The little boy from where the wild things are. Maybe?

    Remus Lupin

    Aang from Avatar last airbender?

    Nemo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty6226 View Post
    Dewey from Malcolm in the Middle

    The little boy from where the wild things are. Maybe?

    Remus Lupin

    Aang from Avatar last airbender?

    Nemo?
    Nemo seems more like an ESFP to me.

    btw, completely off subject, are you still trying to figure out your type or do you not want people to know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilbotook View Post
    Nemo seems more like an ESFP to me.

    btw, completely off subject, are you still trying to figure out your type or do you not want people to know?
    Bit of both. Have ideas of which types ore most likely, but dnot really confident enough to pin one type down.

    Anyways, Laura Ingalls?
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    The Little Prince

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    “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes." A.C. Doyle


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    Scarlet Witch from MARVEL comics. Definite INFP. Also in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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    Many people always seem to refer INFPs as the weak ones in fiction. The INFP fictional stereotypes were shy, weak, naive, innocent, and anti-social. Why do people always type weak girls as INFPs? And the INFPs in fiction are just based on the extremely reserved, dreamy INFP stereotype itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INFPtheQuietOne View Post
    Many people always seem to refer INFPs as the weak ones in fiction. The INFP fictional stereotypes were shy, weak, naive, innocent, and anti-social. Why do people always type weak girls as INFPs? And the INFPs in fiction are just based on the extremely reserved, dreamy INFP stereotype itself?
    Being weak isn't a personality trait of INFP's, but, when it comes to fiction, it fits their role very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INFPtheQuietOne View Post
    Many people always seem to refer INFPs as the weak ones in fiction. The INFP fictional stereotypes were shy, weak, naive, innocent, and anti-social. Why do people always type weak girls as INFPs? And the INFPs in fiction are just based on the extremely reserved, dreamy INFP stereotype itself?
    What do you exactly mean by “weak”? Physically or psychologically?
    Well, there is some truth in stereotypes. The stereotyping that all INFPs are this and that is obviously very wrong, but it is the truth that some traits are more common in their (or should I say our ) type.

    What do you think about Haulden Caulfield from “The Cather in the Rye”?
    He seems to be far from this fragile, dreamy stereotype. He is more young angry man, very sensitive though.
    “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes." A.C. Doyle

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    John Lennon and Eminem

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    @Kas Meh, maybe most of the INFPs in fiction are just anti-social but they're NOT weak at all.

    And some example of INFPs are:
    Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter (One of my favorite characters in this series, very unique and distant-in-her-own-world. She's cool and resilient, a strong INFP.)
    Bella Swan from Twilight (I don't think she has Se-Ni at all. I mean she's very quiet and disconnected from school. Plus, she's always clumsy and has this "cute, fragile image." She doesn't have the aggressiveness of an INFJ or ISFP, and too spontaneous to be ISFJ. But I hate her, such a terrible protagonist. She probably doesn't have a type, no personality whatsoever. So because of that her type is non-MBTI. But if she were in real life, I'd say INFP. She's clearly Ne-Si, NOT Ni-Se.)
    I am extremely quiet, an outcast, and conflict-avoidant. But I also have strengths too, that I can forgive you all because you are unique and special. I kill with kindness, hating violence and social conflicts. People always bully me into actually talking, but I can't. Just be your true self and know your strengths and weaknesses. Some weaknesses we cannot change, but work on your strengths, forgive, and accept that.

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