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The Types as Quotes

INTJ:  “Two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I am not yet completely sure about the universe.” -  Albert Einstein 

INTP: “Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance” - Confucius 

ENTJ: “The best way to predict the future, is to create it.” - Abraham Lincoln 

ENTP:  ‘”Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies of it” - E. B. White

INFJ: “ For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” - Audrey Hepburn

INFP:  “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.” - Helen Keller

ENFJ:  “I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people.” -  Mahatma Gandhi

ENFP: “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination  will take you everywhere” -  Albert Einstein

ISTJ: “Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.” - Winston Churchill 

ESTJ: “Lead me, follow me, or get out of my way.” — General George Patton

ISFJ: “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle.” - Plato 

ISTP: “The very existence of flamethrowers proves that sometime, somewhere, someone said to themselves, ‘You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I’m just not close enough to get the job done.” - George Carlin  

ISFP: “I dream my painting and I paint my dream.” - Vincent Van Gogh     

ESTP: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretzky   

ESFP: “Life is either a great adventure or nothing.” - Helen Keller 

When INTPs meet closely related MBTIs
  • <p> <b>INTJ:</b> Hey.<p/><b>INTP:</b> You're like me, except you're organized.<p/><b>ENTP:</b> Hey<p/><b>INTP:</b> You're like me, except you actually get things done.<p/><b>ISTP:</b> Hey<p/><b>INTP:</b> you're like me, but somehow even less emotionally receptive.<p/><b>INFP:</b> Hey<p/><b>INTP:</b> you're like me, except you can feel things.<p/></p>
Jack Skellington from «The nightmare before Christmas»

Disclaimer: Happy Halloween!


Dominant function: Extroverted intuition, Ne

Jack is driven to meet new and fantastic things. He expresses enthusiasm and optimism towards new things, exuberating the new possibilities that may arise from it. He watches situations from ‘’what if’’ or ‘’what could it be’’ glasses, usually displaying optimism and a sense of wonder. He reveals in his lament how he got tired of the same old routine, so he tries to find new things to fulfill the sense of emptiness that Halloween town makes him feel. Jack is also imaginative and creative; he is looking for the best time of ever.

Auxiliary function: Introverted thinking, Ti

Jack analyses everything from every point of view, dissecting things with extremely intellectual curiosity, He analyses Christmas, makes experiments, dissects information in order to fully understand that holiday. He is logical in his conclusions, arriving to the point of nearly getting Christmas, however, since this isn’t his dominant function, his logic can be questioned. Before stepping into Christmas, Jack first analyses it, in order to be better understanding it, making me ruling out Te.

Tertiary function: Extroverted feeling, Fe

Jack’s plan to take care of Christmas was conceived in order to bring joy and happiness to people. He thought he was doing something good and that that would bring harmony to people. However, this function is not his main own, since he is sometimes oblivious to the feelings of others.

Inferior function: Introverted sensing, Si

Jack represses past memories in other to find for new ones. He likes to think that the future will be more positive and up beating than the past. He is bored of the same old routine, wishing for a change in Halloween town. He eventually could find a way out of it, discovering, by accident the Christmas town.


Jack’s aversion to boredom or the fact that he wants to try new things puts him in Griffindor’s house! He thinks that with his Christmas, he is doing something and uplifting and to server a higher good.

Historical MBTI Figures

Because I’m a history major, I thought it would be fun to put together real world examples of every type.  All of these figures are awesome, just like all of the types are awesome.  I apologize that the list is very Western-centric; my focus is American history so I probably don’t know as much about other global figures as I should, but I would love to hear any suggestions people have!! I also tried to choose people who would be fairly recognizable.  Enjoy!

ISTJ- George Washington

ISFJ- Rosa Parks

INFJ- Mahatma Gandhi

INTJ- Karl Marx

ISTP- Amelia Earhart

ISFP- Princess Diana

INFP- William Shakespeare

INTP- Abraham Lincoln

ESTP: Winston Churchill 

ESFP: John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

ENFP: Anne Frank

ENTP: Catherine the Great

ESTJ: Hillary Clinton

ESFJ: Desmond Tutu

ENFJ: Martin Luther King, Jr.

ENTJ- Aung San Suu Kyi

I just realized most of these pictures are black and white… Oh well.

The Types as Last Words

(the last spoken or written words from famous people of the types in question)

ISFJ - “Strike the tent!” - Robert E. Lee

ESFJ - “I blew it.” - Sam Walton (the walmart guy)

INTP - “They won’t think anything of it.” Abraham Lincoln (asking his wife to hold his hand)

ENTP - "Now, now, my good man, this is no time for making enemies.” - Voltaire (when asked to recant satan)

ISTJ - “Have I played the part well? Then applaud as I exit.” - Augustus Caesar

ESTJ - “I’ll sleep well tonight.” - Henry Ford

INFP - “I don’t think two people could have been happier than we have been.” - Virginia Wolf

ENFP - “I keep trying to find a way to become what I’d like to be and what I could be if only there were no other people in the world.” - Anne Frank

INTJ - “Mother, I am dumb.” - Nietzsche

ENTJ - “I forgive all that happened.” - Alexander Hamilton

ISFP - “What an artist dies in me.” - Nero

ESFP - “Either the wall paper goes, or I do.” - Oscar Wilde (;D)

INFJ - “The fog is rising, I must go in.” - Emily Dickenson

ENFJ - “More light.” - Goethe

ISTP - “OH WOW. OH WOW. OH WOW.” - Steve Jobs

ESTP - “I’m bored with it all.” - Winston Churchill

anonymous asked:

Could you do: each type and the most (in)famous myth about them?

ENTP: Narcissistic 
INTP: Emotionless/uncaring
ENTJ: Power-whore
INTJ: Evil
ENFJ: Loves everyone
INFJ: Cares too much about everyone else and not enough about themself
ENFP: Dumb
INFP: Innocent
ESFJ: Loved by all
ISFJ: Pushover
ESTJ: Anger issues
ISTJ: Boring
ESTP: Adrenaline junkie
ISTP: Hates everyone
ESFP: Don’t know where to draw the line
ISFP: Useless at anything non-creative

Famous Myers Briggs Types

ENTP: Socrates, Stephen Colbert, Robert Downey Jr., Diablo Cody

INTP: Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Jesse Eisenberg, Tina Fey

ENTJ: Aristotle, Bill Gates, Margaret Thatcher, George Clooney

INTJ: Friedrich Nietzsche, Stephen Hawking, Mark Zuckerberg, Jay-Z

ENFP: Walt Disney, Kurt Vonnegut, Ellen DeGeneres, Keira Knightley

INFP: J.K. Rowling, Kurt Cobain, Morrissey, Louis C.K.

ENFJ: Martin Luther King Jr., Oprah Winfrey, Bono, Emma Stone

INFJ: Plato, Thomas Jefferson, Rooney Mara, George Harrison

ESTJ: Michelle Obama, Uma Thurman, Emma Watson, Alec Baldwin

ISTJ: George Washington, Sigmund Freud, Matt Damon, Natalie Portman

ESFJ: Anne Hathaway, Selena Gomez, Hugh Jackman, Whitney Houston

ISFJ: Rosa Parks, Mother Teresa, Kanye West, Kate Middleton

ESTP: Ernest Hemingway, Angelina Jolie, Ben Affleck, Megan Fox

ISTP: Steve Jobs, Stanley Kubrick, Eminem, Scarlett Johansson

ESFP: Quentin Tarantino, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Ringo Starr

ISFP: Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Audrey Hepburn, Sofia Coppola

anonymous asked:

I always thought this mbti thing was bullshit but now I finally did the test and BAM- I'm entp and jfc does this shit fit. Every single one of your post is 100% accurate. Ty for existing. Also: do u know some famous/fictional ENTP characters? (:

Yeah, when I was first introduced to this stuff I was a little skeptical. But hey, the results don’t lie. These same tiny pieces of letters and functions make all of us who we are and we’re diverse but also quite similar in fashion.

As for famous ENTPs, I’m never 100% certain but here’s some people that are generally know as ENTP.

  • Socrates
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Robert Downey Jr.
  • Neil Patrick Harris
  • Barack Obama
  • Amy Poehler

I don’t know very many ENTP characters and people generally disagree about typing fictional character cause nothing’s for certain. But I’ll give a list of characters that I feel are ENTP.

  • James Moriarty (from Sherlock)
  • Tenth Doctor (from Doctor Who)
  • The Joker (from Batman)
  • Tyrion Lannister (from Game of Thrones)
  • Chandler Bing (from Friends)
  • Barney Stinson (from How I Met Your Mother)

I could be completely wrong but this is my perspective of things. I also find that most of my favorite characters seem like ENTPs to me, whether that is because I’m biased in my typing, or simply because I gravitate towards characters I can relate to more is yet to be figured out.

Thanks for the ask!

anonymous asked:

Hey I'm kinda nervous cause I have to debate this ENTP on monday in front of the class and he's really smart. I've volunteered in class before and so has he, but he has that famous ENTP thing where you guys can come up with something and make it sound smart, whereas I need a little time to think of something before I present it. I'm an INTJ by the way. Any tips? Thank you.

I’ll give it a shot:

  • Beforehand, brainstorm and look at all of the angles each side can take
  • Be able to defend and criticize both sides, and try to justify everything
  • Look for a twist that you can add about midway through to try and throw him off
  • Use details that aren’t directly related to the issue and tie them in to provide a more holistic argument
  • Don’t get flustered. Do. Not. Get. Flustered. It doesn’t help you and it does help him
  • Stick mainly to factual arguments, but throw in a few emotional ones. He may overlook them
  • Vary your sentence structure so that people pay attention
  • Make a flow chart of the primary directions the debate will take so you know what to expect
  • Use your body language to your advantage. Shoulders back, legs uncrossed, arms still, chin up
  • Keep eye contact with the ENTP while he’s talking, keep eye contact with the audience when you’re talking. 

If you want any tips more specific to your case, message me off anon and we could talk privately. 

anonymous asked:

I know you don't type people in real life, and I completely agree that no one has the authority to type someone who's personal life they know nothing of. But are there any figures remind you a lot of a certain type?

Marc Maron   ENTP
Chris Hardwick ENFP
T.J. Miller   ENFP
Fredrich Nietzsche   INFJ
Henry David Thoreau   INFP
Neil Gaiman   INFP
Jeremy Clarkson   ESFP
Plato   INFJ
Thomas Cromwell   INTJ
Leonardo Da Vinci   ENTP
Socrates (as transcribed by Plato) ENTP
Stephen Fry ENTP
Brian Cox ENFP
Robin Williams ENFP
Hilary Clinton ESTJ
Bill O’ Reilly ESTJ
Sarah Palin ESFJ
Quentin Tarantino ESFP
Albert Einstein INTP
Richard Ayoade INTP
Stephen Hawking INTJ
J.R.R. Tolkien INFP
Stephen Colbert INFP
Leo Tolstoy INFJ
Harrison Ford ISTP
David Bowie ISFP
Jane Austen INFP
Douglas Adams ENTP