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    Default The IT crowd

    I recently discovered this awesome show, and I haven't seen a typing thread for it. So here it goes.

    Roy- ENTP

    Moss- INTJ

    Jen- ESFJ

    Douglas Reynholm- ESTP (This guy cracks me up)

    Richmond- ISTP??

    Denholm Reynholm- ESFP

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    I saw Moss more as an ISTJ as he likes to live by the rules, and is quick to point out when people aren't.

    Roy I see as a Feeler, and possibly ENFP. As for the others:

    Jen: ESFP
    Denholm: ESTP
    Douglas: ENTP
    Richmond: INFP

    (then again, I haven't seen it in a while)
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    Yeah, Moss seems more like an ISTJ.

    Also, did you see that ludicrous display last night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke O View Post
    I saw Moss more as an ISTJ as he likes to live by the rules, and is quick to point out when people aren't.
    Being organized and by-the-book is a trait shared by both IxTJ types, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Studmuffin23 View Post
    Being organized and by-the-book is a trait shared by both IxTJ types, IMO.
    Crucial difference, the INTJ needs to have written the book or it must be a really good book in their eyes or they'll deviate from it to cover for its inadequacies.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Crucial difference, the INTJ needs to have written the book or it must be a really good book in their eyes or they'll deviate from it to cover for its inadequacies.
    I'll attest to that. I'm okay with rules, as long as they make sense. But if there's a more efficient way of doing things, I have no qualms about chucking the book out the window.

    The established way of doing things isn't always the best way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Crucial difference, the INTJ needs to have written the book or it must be a really good book in their eyes or they'll deviate from it to cover for its inadequacies.
    And that's exactly what I see in Moss. He constantly spots inadequacies and looks for better solutions, which makes him socially awkward; it's one of his fundamental character traits.

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