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This is a discussion on Fictional Characters within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by thewindlistens The only thing she has going for F is that she doesn't have much "scientific" scrutiny ...
Somebody online once told me I was like a cross between Osaka and Tomo from the anime/manga Azumanga Daioh.
...Well, any comparisons to Osaka I take as a compliment! XD
Even though I'm a guy I admit that I really enjoyed Azumanga. I think if someone were to describe me, I'd be Tomo lol. Being the constant thorn in Koyomi's side.
But other than that, it's good. So, I think I agree with the person comparing me to a mix of Osaka and Tomo! XD
Well realting to Pheobe would be quite odd now, since i'm not an ENFP at all. So what character do I relate to? Hmmm. Possibly Mulan from well Mulan.
Apparently, this is me.
L (yes that is his name) is a genius detective from this comic book called Death Note.
I personally think Hermiony is an ISFJ...Harry comments on her being quieter than Ron during the fourth book...I think bossy introverts are quite possible...The girl I would best relate to her is an ISFJ. Capable is the word that applies really. Also, compare her learning style with Snapes - a clear N. Where in the half blood prince we hear of him creating his own concoctions, changing, building on what was and making it better in his notes in Harry's potions book, Hermiony considers deviating from the original text book instructions to be sacrelidgeous...Snape also often criticizing her for essentially swallowing the text book.
I would definately call her an F - just because she's intelligent doesn't make her a T, and while her being emotional doesn't make her an F, consider the emotional causes she desires to pioneer; the house elves for instance...
Jeeze louise guys...
As for characters I've been compared to who're my type...
Hermiony is the only one to be close, and people dispute her type a fair chunk...(And my friends all dispute that I'm like her...xD ohh the confusion)
I'm not actually sure of my type, for what it's worth.
I've been compared to Kevin Sandusky from Tropic Thunder.
Only one I can think of that could conceivably be an INTP, the others are usually wacked-out combinations.