1- The Noob
Typically a self-typed intuitive, this person will make the most blatant generalizations based on a single person he has met. "ESFPs make bad doctors because they have shaky hands."
2 - The Enthusiast
Thinks everything can be explained with Typology. Had a conflict with your parents? Must be a Fi/Fe clash. Someone is misbehaving or acting stupid? Attribute that to his inferior function.
3 - The Renegade
Disillusioned with Typology, summarily regards everything people say as typism, believing he is now an enlightened person and everyone else is blind to reality. Has "that's not type related" saved on his control+c, in order to save time. People wonder why he still visits the forum. The reason is simple: he has found a way to feel superior, which is a precious resource for someone who is constantly failing offline.
4 - The Realist
Stops looking for axiomatic truths in typology and starts considering other variables in order to get a full picture. Realizes that typology is a tool that sometimes work, sometimes not. When people say something good or bad about a type, this person realizes that the statement is subjective, yet likely valid in some way, and gives it proper consideration - always aware that there's an implicit ime/imo that goes unmentioned.