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    Default What type is Chuck Norris?

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    What type is most likely to take the one bit of ironic coolness they have and exploit it until they're dead inside? ESTJ?

    I think he seems like an ISTJ though.

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    I agree with AJ, he seems pretty ISTJ-ish to me..

    BTW- I'm very enthusiastic towards Chuck, so I praise you for dedicating this thread to him
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    I personally think some of the Chuck jokes are hilarious (the ones that haven't been beaten over and over again). Was just wondering what everyone thought.
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    From his personality traits, he definitely seems quite ISTJ.

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    He'd be alright, but now he uses his fame to promote conservatism and "write" political articles.

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    I find his frankness hilarious-he loves all the jokes about him, and he doesn't bring any of them on himself. People love him for simply being himself..
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    Chuck Norris isn't an ISTJ, ISTJ tries to be Chuck Norris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinkleToes View Post
    Chuck Norris isn't an ISTJ, ISTJ tries to be Chuck Norris.


    I agree with everyone. I was thinking STJ while I clicked on the link.


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    Thanks Black Cat, I was thinking of asking this. Didn't know why it hadn't been asked already.

    Then again, I wasn't expecting this answer. I don't know much about him, though.
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