Note: These responses are absolutely serious. They aren’t stereotypical at all and I assure you that every single type will definitely react like that in real life.
Ne: Ohh I love you, too! But I also love pancakes, sunshine and… bread! Like, bread can be so amazing. There are so many different types of breads! Like MBTI types! OMG I NEED TO MAKE A POST ABOUT MBTI TYPES AS BREAD.
Ni: But what is love? What is it about? How come that we are able to feel such a deep connection and how does its pattern fit into this complex world?
Se: Ohhhh I love you, too– wait omg! There’s a butterfly! *chases the butterfly*
Si: One time I loved someone, too. It was the most romantic story of my life and it started on a rainy day in November…
Te: Do you have evidence to support your statement?
Ti: …. What the fuck. Why?
Fe: *tears up* You love me? Someone loves me! LOVE ME FOREVER! PLEASE DON’T LEAVE ME!
Fi: ……. Wait a minute, I have to check whether love is acceptable according to my personal values.
I’ve been working on a dragon age au for Hiccup in which he’s a city elf who lives with his mother, and balances his time between blacksmithing and research. Often times, he’ll leave the city for weeks on end to explore different forests and caves, excavating materials for his inventions. He frequently runs into darkspawn, but thankfully he has his bow and arrow, and Toothless: the whiniest, overbearing dragon in the entirety of Thedas to protect him.
Note: for those who haven’t read the book, Toothless’s personality and appearance are based off of his book version c: