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You must know sometimes I enjoy watching the Merlin series in my native language dub. The translation mistakes tho xD but everytime I get reminded that their german voices…

Originally posted by katiemcgrath

… are also their german voices:

Originally posted by the-bigbangtheorygifs

… and then I crack myself up xD

“Lol, asexual characters? Where’s the fun and tension in that?”


I’m sorry.

I never

realized

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how that

was

a bad thing.

Look at all these very popular characters… having no interest in love or sex, and being more concerned about their friends and family! We muzt giv dem luv intrests!!!

anonymous asked:

Do you know any INTP characters in anime/series/video games or books?

Look at this for anime characters.
Now I add more:

Sheldon Cooper - The Big Bang Theory - not sure if he’s in a Ti/Si-Loop but he’s sometimes in a Fe-grip.

He’s a dead loss in social interaction and has no clue how to deal with people. He’s rather alone anyways. But I like him. He’s a funny guy (sometimes I see myself in him… but only towards ideas because of obstinacy).

Originally posted by vicookieus

Amy Farrah Fowler - The Big Bang Theory - pretty fine

She’s also really crazy like England but she’s calmer and doesn’t have anger issues. *looks at the gif* … Ok, she’s maybe more temperamental than I thought *haha*.

Originally posted by thebigbangtheorists

England - Axis Powers Hetalia - Ti/Si-Loop and Fe-grip

This character is one of the weirdest and most colourful INTPs (and this is good this way or else we’re labelled (stereotypically) as robots for ever). He’s kind of insecure, useless and ridiculous but really creative (but his Ne is still broken). I like him for being responsible and careless at the same time. The most ambivalent guy I ever saw.
His Ti/Si-loop with Fe-grip is similar to mine.

Originally posted by chryskirkland

Spencer Reid - Criminal Minds - pretty fine

I like this guy a lot but he sometimes annoys me. Actually a pretty brainy INTP with a high creativity. His Fe is also pretty healthy (sometimes though).

Originally posted by toyboxboy

Koshiro Izumi - Digimon Adventure 1, 2 and Tri - pretty fine

A braniac as Spencer Reid. He’s actually a really nice guy, quick-witted and curious. Friendly and always helpful. I like how useful he is. Without him the other characters wouldn’t be able to defeat the evil (but they all need each other - I like how the series is structured that every character needs each other’s help to defeat the evil).

Originally posted by digi-egg


Malcolm - Malcolm In The Middle - Very unheatlthy INTP in a Fe-grip sometimes

Some people say he’s an ENTP but he doesn’t have inferior Si… He obviously has inferior Fe.
I’m ashamed of how idiotic an INTP can be… I mean he’s so unloyal but he at least tried to be a good guy (I don’t see anything nice in this idiot). But I sometimes like how he tries to socialise but he really lacks  at it.

Originally posted by jefaiscequejepeux

You can add more INTPs if you want to. :)

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a doctor who au meme: early 19th century

in england in 1803, three brothers- Christopher, David, and Matthew- reside in the estate “Gallifrey Park” as doctors. Christopher (Christopher Eccleston), the eldest, is married to Donna Noble (Catherine Tate), and is looking to inherit the fortune of their aging father. David (David Tennant), the second, is madly in love with the poor Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), but is seeking to find a richer bride. The last, Matthew (Matt Smith) has taken Miss River Song (Alex Kingston) as his wife. The three brothers work as doctors, sustaining off their family’s wealth, with Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) as their accomplice and his wife Amelia (Karen Gillan). Along with Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) the neighbor, their cousin Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and his sister Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles), the three brothers live a peaceful life.

Until the first day of June, 1803 when they receive a letter. It is written filled with threats, stating that the first of every month, one new member of Gallifrey Park will be killed. Signed by a mysterious name- “The Master”.

The group must figure out the Master, solving mysteries and saving those also affected by him…

But time is running out.

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10 Christmas and Holiday Themed Movies Directed by Women

Arthur Christmas (Sarah Smith & Barry Cook, 2011)
Santa’s clumsy son Arthur gets put on a mission with St. Nick’s father to give out a present they misplaced to a young girl in less than 2 hours.

Black Nativity (Kasi Lemmons, 2013)
A street-wise teen from Baltimore who has been raised by a single mother travels to New York City to spend the Christmas holiday with his estranged relatives, where he embarks on a surprising and inspirational journey.

Bridget Jones’s Diary (Sharon Maguire, 2001)
At the start of the New Year, 32-year-old Bridget (Renée Zellweger) decides it’s time to take control of her life – and start keeping a diary.

The Holiday (Nancy Meyers, 2006)
Two women troubled with guy-problems swap homes in each other’s countries, where they each meet a local guy and fall in love.

Love the Coopers (Jessie Nelson, 2015)
When four generations of the Cooper clan come together for their annual Christmas Eve celebration, a series of unexpected visitors and unlikely events turn the night upside down, leading them all toward a surprising rediscovery of family bonds and the spirit of the holiday.

Mixed Nuts (Nora Ephron, 1994)
Events focused around a crisis hotline business on one crazy night during the Christmas holidays.

Nativity! (Debbie Isitt, 2009)
Primary school teacher Paul Maddens is charged with producing the school’s nativity play. Competing against the posh rival school for the honor of best reviewed show in town, the stakes are raised when Paul idly boasts that his ex-girlfriend Jennifer, a Hollywood Producer, is coming to see his show with a view to turning it into a film. The only trouble is - they haven’t spoken in years.

The Nativity Story (Catherine Hardwicke, 2006)
A drama that focuses on the period in Mary and Joseph’s life where they journeyed to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus.

The Preacher’s Wife (Penny Marshall, 1996)
A cleric begins to doubt himself and is visited by an angel. The heavenly emissary is supposed to help the good reverend over his midlife crisis, but he is distracted by the cleric’s lovely young wife.

Season’s Beatings (Danièle Thompson, 1999)
After her second husband dies, a woman tries to reunite with her three estranged daughters from her first marriage on Christmas.