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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    I thought Cartman was more of an INTJ, since he's more of a loner. Crazy plans for world domination certainly fall within INTJ too. INTJ's tend to focus more on the "crazy plans" while ENTJ's focus more on the "world domination".
    He does carry them out, y'know... And he could use some help with his contingency planning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    I thought Cartman was more of an INTJ, since he's more of a loner. Crazy plans for world domination certainly fall within INTJ too. INTJ's tend to focus more on the "crazy plans" while ENTJ's focus more on the "world domination".
    Cartman is an ENTJ. He normally carries out his plans (though they're usually foiled).

    I wouldn't call him a loner, either -- he just doesn't have any friends.

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    The screenwriters certainly imbue Cartman with ENTJ-characteristics when needed to ease the plot along, but Cartman is no more ENTJ than Kyle is INTJ.

    Since nobody seems to know any stupid NTs, I'm going to start a spin-off-thread:

    Has anyone ever met some really non-intelligent NFs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    He does carry them out, y'know... And he could use some help with his contingency planning.
    That's because he's an unintelligent NT, lol. I'm thinking of the episode where he tricked a guy into eating his own parents. That was a pretty elaborate scheme for an ENTJ. Although while saying this I realize that this a fictional character on a show that is not remotely realistic. He does have the temper of an ENTJ, so I could buy that too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Cartman is an ENTJ. He normally carries out his plans (though they're usually foiled).

    I wouldn't call him a loner, either -- he just doesn't have any friends.
    Are you describing yourself or Cartman? An ENTJ carries out his plans, wins his cases, and gets the girl at the end. Cartman is an introverted, insecure guy who talks the talk but can't walk the walk. Not very ENTJish.

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    I know a stupid INTJ. The general effect seems to be that he's INCREDIBLY paranoid, rather aggressive and tends to only want people around him when he needs them for something, when he wants them to just do what he wants and then go away. He's always convinced he's right and thinks he's a lot smarter than he really is, so he tries to trick people and lie to them, not realising that everyone's onto him in seconds because he just really has no idea of how dumb he is and how transparent, consequently, his lies are. He's also absurdly competitive and insists on winning everything, including a two-player game of Mario Kart with a six year old, every time, and lecturing her on the importance of winning and trying to step up to the mark when she starts crying.

    He's really not a very nice person to know... I don't know how much of it's due to INTJ-ness or dumbness, or what, but he's a real pain.

    I think though, that the stupid NT would be likely to attempt to do all the same things that a smart one does, only he'd fail with it most of the time due to overestimation of his ability, underestimation of others' abilities and then probably blame everyone/everything else for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotmale View Post
    Are you describing yourself or Cartman? An ENTJ carries out his plans, wins his cases, and gets the girl at the end. Cartman is an introverted, insecure guy who talks the talk but can't walk the walk. Not very ENTJish.
    I guess you and I have been watching different episodes.

    The episode that came to my mind in summing up Cartman was the episode The Passion of the Jew. An ENTJ doesn't necessarily win, either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I know a stupid INTJ. The general effect seems to be that he's INCREDIBLY paranoid, rather aggressive and tends to only want people around him when he needs them for something, when he wants them to just do what he wants and then go away. He's always convinced he's right and thinks he's a lot smarter than he really is, so he tries to trick people and lie to them, not realising that everyone's onto him in seconds because he just really has no idea of how dumb he is and how transparent, consequently, his lies are. He's also absurdly competitive and insists on winning everything, including a two-player game of Mario Kart with a six year old, every time, and lecturing her on the importance of winning and trying to step up to the mark when she starts crying.

    He's really not a very nice person to know... I don't know how much of it's due to INTJ-ness or dumbness, or what, but he's a real pain.

    I think though, that the stupid NT would be likely to attempt to do all the same things that a smart one does, only he'd fail with it most of the time due to overestimation of his ability, underestimation of others' abilities and then probably blame everyone/everything else for it.
    Yeah! They'd see that they see the world differently, think social types (like ExFxs) are idiots (when likely they're significantly more intelligent than the NT) and then try (but fail) to manipulate people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I guess you and I have been watching different episodes.

    The episode that came to my mind in summing up Cartman was the episode The Passion of the Jew. An ENTJ doesn't necessarily win, either.
    You're probably right about that. I'm not really a fan of the series, so you probably know better.

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