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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyInWaiting View Post
    Umm, what about EFJ boys? I'm really curious about that. EFJs are almost always described as girls.

    Back on topic:

    book - Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Elizabeth - INFJ
    movie - Uptown Girls Molly Gunn (portrayed by Brittany Murphy) - ENFP
    movie/play - A Raisin In The Sun Walter Lee Younger (played by Sidney Poitier) - ENFJ
    book - Mansfield Park by Jane Austen Fanny Price - INFP
    movie - Amelie Amelie - INFP
    the boys who dress up as girls and have tea parties?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darlets View Post
    The Queen Alien from "Aliens" She's so INFJ.

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    People who get nostalgic about childhood were obviously never children.
    Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes
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    John Doe from the movie Se7en is an INFJ.

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    Donkey from Shrek - ENFP? I say N, because of the way he skips around from topic to topic in a very dominant-Ne kind of way, and F because he's all about what feels good and makes people happy. Anyone?
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    I wonder what Don Quixote is... he seems like he could be an INFP to me because he has such incredible imagination to the point where people think he is insane (which he is), but he can also be very sensible to the point people think he is a charming and reasonable fellow. I think he might be an INFP just because that behavior also describes me quite well...

    Christopher Robin is probably INFP, too. He imagines a world and his stuffed friends all have rich personalities.

    Anyone have any opinions about Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty? I think Dead is probably an ISFP, and Sal might be INFP or INFJ... Dean seems like a doer and Sal like a more passive kind of guy. Great book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    The Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer - INFP
    What are your reasons for classifying him as NF?
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    Rupert - INFP

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    Frankenstein's Monster, Frankenstein - ENFP


    Casper the Friendly Ghost, Casper - ENFP
    Hmm...

    Donkey from Shrek - ENFP?


    HAHAHAHAH -- I know we are sourcing from popular media and movies, but Frankenstein's monster??/ OMG.

    Casper -- okay, he's a cute curious kid. I can see that.

    Donkey? OHHH GOOOOD. Isn't donkey the annoying comic foil within a world of comic foils?

    Are we Jar Jar Binks from Star Wars, too? :eek:

    Are ENFPs so 'childlike' and goofy that we make good fodder for amusing cartoon characters and um...monsters? OMG, I'm having a flash of Joe Pesci going, "Am I clown to you? You think I'm funny? etc. etc. etc."

    And are you referring to Frankenstein the book or the Robert DeNiro movie or the Gene Wilder flick or?

    I'm not arguing that these fictional characters are or aren't ENFP because I believe you can't type fictional characters and it's more an exercise for the people doing it and reading it. But the fact that people actually think these characters are ENFP... (for me)

    *sigh*

    And yes I do find all this amusing. And also illuminating.

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    Sometimes I get the feeling I'm fictional...
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    Has anyone read 'The God of Small Things' by Arundhati Roy?

    I finished that a few weeks ago and **adored** it. I feel like the two twins in that book were both NF's....possibly INFP's?? And their mother and the 'God' of the story could have both been NF's as well....although with the mother I'm not sure whether she'd be an NT instead....

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