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    To such with a function does'nt mean that you don't use it. If you would'nt use it, you could'nt know that you suck with. I'm an ISTP, and I've been strongly influenced by Fi (less than Ti though), and now, I can know that I hate it. It's a little the same for Ne. For Si and Te, it's quite neutral.
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    one of my favorite actors, but i have no idea what type he is. ESFP is my best guess. i kind of relate to some of his contradictions though (kinda defies "traditional" masculine stereotypes).

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    I've seenn him typed as ESTJ.
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    It's kind of hard to believe.

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    I think Mickey Rourke is ISFP - he doesn't seem extroverted at all - very low energy - was introspecting to Fi after every question he was asked in that Letterman.

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    I wanted to say that too, like he was high Fi.. he's still a bit unusual for one though. Maybe fame made him aggro a bit in the 90's (I mean, more than the usual SP aggro ).

    On a sidenote, one of my dad's friends was his roommate in their early acting studio days. I remember him telling me stories when I was young. They used to hang out with that old grandpa from National Lampoon's Christmas vacation. I just think that's funny for some reason...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    It's kind of hard to believe.
    Er... Actually, I've seen him typed as ESTJ on socionics.com, so don't care about this. ESFP seems more decent.

    Maybe he's a socionic ESTj.
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    Quote Originally Posted by compulsiverambler View Post
    Fry and Amy from Futurama. Aladdin. Bianca from The Rescuers.

    Peter Pan? From the film, I've never read the book. He could be ESTP though.
    Aladdin seems more N...but I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    Aladdin seems more N...
    No, T. Aladdin is ESTP.
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    Aladdin was the hottest disney character
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