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    Default Dumbest NTs in fiction?

    Can you give examples of absolutely moronic NTs from fiction?

    INTJ - I remember thinking the guy from Men Who Stare at Goats was a deluded INTJ, but I was half asleep watching that movie, so I could be way off.
    INTP - Many people type Neville Longbottom as an INTP, though I'm not sure
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    ENTP - I think these are fairly common as the clueless but energetic ideas person, like Mr Bean (though with the things he comes up with, he's arguably smart)

    That's all I can think of at the moment.
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    Where was your second sig from? the capital mistake one. I like it.

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    Arthur Conan Doyle too. And Umberto Eco quoted him in some form in 'The Name of the Rose'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    , but I was half asleep watching that movie, so I could be way off.
    INTP - Many people type Neville Longbottom as an INTP, though I'm not sure
    I've seen several different typings for Neville. ISFP, INFP, and ISFJ in addition to INTP. I always thought of him as more of an F type. My guess would have been INFP but I don't think INTP is impossible.

    Neville may appear stupid but it comes clear in the later books that he's not. He lacks confidence and is clumsy, which is not to be confused with stupid. He's very talented in herbology and eventually becomes a Hogwarts professor.
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    I also enjoy the second quote in your signature (the first too, though I've heard it before). It reminds me of... uh... well, the quote in my signature, actually.

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