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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Sometimes I get the feeling I'm fictional...
    this is the most stereotypical INFP thing i have ever heard from you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    this is the most stereotypical INFP thing i have ever heard from you.
    I seem to cause enough of a shatter in reality for other people that they seem to prefer me as a fantasy. I "can't" exist, it's "impossible"; and then they wonder why I don't interact with people all that often. It's easier that I am a figment of their imagination than a cold reality in their face.
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    A few more:

    Bobby Hill (King Of The Hill) - INFP
    G'Kar (Babylon 5) - INFJ (Vir could be an INFP; I'm not certain of that, though)
    Pinky (Pinky & The Brain) - ENFP
    Aeris (Final Fantasy VII) - INFP
    INFP (Fi/Ne/Ti/Ni/Te/Se/Si/Fe) - 4w5 (or 5w4)
    Vigilant/ Mercurial/ Leisurely
    Musical/ Intrapersonal/ Logical

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post

    I wanted to say that I think Spiderman/Peter Parker has been pretty solidly an INFP in the approach most writers have taken with him, in both the comics and the movies. The contrast shows up more clearly when he is around other heroes who are not NF types; the difference is apparent. (For example, Reed Richards and Tony Stark are both T types... Reed might be NT, Tony an ST, but Spiderman is clearly an NF when he interacts with them. The recent Marvel Civil War mini-event highlights this in a very noticeable way.)
    It's funny that you state that Peter Parker resembles the INFP. All of my life (I'm 42!) I have been a Spider-man enthusiast. In my younger days, I would totally identify myself with Peter Parker (troubled, reserved, intense, emotional, bears heavy responsibility, shunning the spotlight, and he had a smart mouth). I felt his pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoticPuggle View Post
    A few more:

    Bobby Hill (King Of The Hill) - INFP
    G'Kar (Babylon 5) - INFJ (Vir could be an INFP; I'm not certain of that, though)
    Pinky (Pinky & The Brain) - ENFP
    Aeris (Final Fantasy VII) - INFP
    Hello fellow INFP/4w5 !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by indigo2020 View Post
    the boys who dress up as girls and have tea parties?

    iii do not see elizabeth bennet as infj at all.. she's supposed to be lively and infj's are very private

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    I think Captain Archer is ENFJ (Star Trek: Enterprise, i.e. the newest one)

    Would be interesting to consolidate all these sorts of threads into lists of all the famous living, dead and fictional people of each type, and sticky it.
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    Carol Danvers (Binary, Ms. Marvel) INFJ.
    Of course I've only read a handful of books with her in them, and none of the X-books as I avoid them like the plague. Favorite Super-heroine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    It's funny that you state that Peter Parker resembles the INFP. All of my life (I'm 42!) I have been a Spider-man enthusiast. In my younger days, I would totally identify myself with Peter Parker (troubled, reserved, intense, emotional, bears heavy responsibility, shunning the spotlight, and he had a smart mouth). I felt his pain.
    I'm sure Peter Parker is INFP, at least in the movies. I don't know about the comic books, and I don't know about the Spider-man identity, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    HAHAHAHAH -- I know we are sourcing from popular media and movies, but Frankenstein's monster??/ OMG.

    And are you referring to Frankenstein the book or the Robert DeNiro movie or the Gene Wilder flick or?
    Probably the book. He seemed pretty INFP there -- and INFP gone horribly wrong, but then again both of the main characters in that book had gone horribly wrong.

    So yeah, don't be mean to INFPs. Or else they'll seek their revenge and kill everyone you know and love! This goes doubly for INTJs, lol.
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