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    Quote Originally Posted by LilyLOL View Post
    Oprah is one. Ross-for-Boss Perot. John Cusack. Ben Stiller. Obama. Matthew McConaughey. Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

    These people are ENFJs in real life. Some of em play themselves and are "personalities", and some are actors or comedians or are known for their ability to bring out the best in others (Ross is a great example of this). I personally think that the ENFJ comes through in all of the ones I listed, because they are confident, and caring, and eclectic in their tastes and views, and most of all because they seem to be capable of relating to many, many different sorts of people.


    Cheers!
    Any specific fictional characters they play that are more ENFJish than the rest?

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    I think Oprah as the personality Oprah is the best example of ENFJ. Tries to help others. So open seeming, so diplomatic, so much a leader, teacher, ground breaker, so many people of all types feel they can relate to her, but I'd bet she has almost no people who know her inner thoughts an all that rot.

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    Some really hate Oprah as an ENFJ example... and she's not ficitional!


    Well, not totally fictional...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Some really hate Oprah as an ENFJ example... and she's not ficitional!


    Well, not totally fictional...
    Exactly! Not TOTALLY fictional.

    I am not a fan of Oprahs... in fact, I think the last time I saw one of her shows was in the 80s. But, I get how she and I are alike.

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    Mack -

    Read the Three Musketeers. Aramis is an archetypal eNFJ.

    The book is also great for other types, like d'Artagnan, in my opinion, is an ESFP and he's hilarious.

    Cardinal Richelieu - INTJ
    Count Rochefort - another INTJ
    Porthos (my favorite) - ESTP
    Athos - yet another INTJ
    Treville, captain of the Musketeers - ISFJ
    Constance - ISFJ
    the Duke of Buckingham - ESTP
    Lady de Winter - ISTP (and brilliantly written)


    And for the last time, Oprah is NOT an enfj. You do that just to irritate me, don't you, clown?
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    I didn't bring up She Who Shall Not Be Named!

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    Has anyone read War and Peace? I remember deciding Natasha was probably an ENFJ (although I also seem to remember vacillating between ENFP and ENFJ for her).
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    Does this mean that I can't kill you and eat you? I was so looking forward to that, Mack.

    Jaye loves for me to read aloud to her so we've been reading Musketeers (one of my favorites) and it's just so blazingly obvious what Aramis is. He seems to have an Fe mode and an Ni mode too.

    It's funny - I disliked him very much at first. I admired his capacity to survive and to attempt to balance his earthly world with the spiritual all the while fighting AND nurturing his ambitions. But as a person, he's detached, unknowable, and immaterial, like a ghost amidst the "present" feeling of his friends. His ability to hold people off is ridiculous. He goes into some sort of fugue after being almost fatally stabbed in a fight, and is telling d'Artagnan how the more distance he gains from the world, the more his friendships will fade into the background (an extreme stance for coping) because the world is a tomb. I really liked d'Artagnan's ability to both see through that haze and to put the facts together in order to make Aramis' statements ludicrous to the point where even Aramis becomes aware of what he's doing. It's all very humorous.
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    Really? I think ENFJ's are some of the most popular characters in literature in general.

    The only one who comes to mind right now is that father figure guy in To Kill a Mockingbird (I only read it a long time ago in school, don't judge me!). Basically, whenever you get a real saint of a character, you know the perfect types, I think he/she is either an ESFJ or ENFJ.

    Other literature MBTI cliche's:

    INTJ: The badass. I know, most INTJ's aren't badasses lol, but seriously, if you were to type a lot of the villians in games especially, I think that's the type you'll come accross the most.

    ESFP: Protagonist wildchild! Dumb blonde characters too, are often very much in the ESFP mold (sorry ESFP's )

    ISTP: Biker chick who's a bit cold. The pilot from avatar anyone?

    Eh sure there's more. Too lazy to type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I didn't bring up She Who Shall Not Be Named!
    LOl... hang on a sec....is Oprah She Who Shall Not be Named? Oopsy?

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