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    Freshman Member simulatedworld's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    Maybe I'm looking at it using a T scale. Compared to me, all Fs take five hundred years to get over anything.
    Pretty much true, but ENFP is probably the easiest F type for ENTPs to deal with in that regard, so cut them a little slack.

    Just wait until you seriously piss off an ESFJ. That's when all hell breaks loose.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Im an Enfp that doesn't take things personal unless they continue with the nitpicking and dry sarcasm like an SJ would, then I eventually FLIP OUT! Of course I have been told I am a T, but meh.
    Do it and see what happens

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    Dorothy SJ (wants the safety and security of her familiar surroundings)

    Scarecrow NT (wants a brain to help him be more competent and capable)

    Lion SP (seeks bravery in order to face the world head on)

    Tinman NF (Seeks a heart to better connect to those around him)

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    Resurfaces the thread/

    Interesting the character of Raphael is. He is probably the most realistic character of the books, series and the movies. Infact he I believe is the only realistic character in the whole series who is realistic and shows/craves for the basic human need of acceptance.

    He is also a bit too realistic?

    Undercover protectors of society unable to face society due to their obvious distinguishable traits? It's very very sad. They are the scum that protects the society. Raphael's character is the character the writers use to explore this this side of the story. Ah, a bit too complicated for kids I believe. This is explored more in the books than in the cartoons. The books were extremely violent (on many occasions it is seen that the foot soldiers or other enemies being killed or fatally wounded) and the Raphael factor is explored more in the books. I believe the books were meant for older teenagers and younger adults and the cartoon/films are meant for kids.

    The books are a sad.

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