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    With which fictional characters do you identify?

    Our fictional hero's tell us a lot about our subconscious.

    So with which fictional characters do you identify?
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    Didn't we have a thread like this already? No, wait nevermind, it was about the avatars and also it was on INTJf. Man, starting to get confused with all those forums. =P

    Anyhow. Even though all you people already know, I will say it AGAIN, just because it is so awesome.
    Dean Winchester
    Or for those who have noooo idea (Seriously, is there even anybody like that on this forum?): The dude in my avatar.

    Why? Because we are very much alike.
    Where? Well, for example he has a younger brother he has to watch out for (and I am talking *otherwise he ends up dead*-style), thus he is not allowed to show weakness and has to keep his feelings inside.
    Also, when he gets angry, he tends to leave the house and drive around. People have to dig a bit when asking about *how he is* or *what he is feeling* (especially when something bothers him). He enjoys *The Sins of Life* such as food, sex and drinks. He likes what his brother likes to call "Mullet Rock". He's restless. He is a fighter and protector. He had a f'd up childhood. He's *not normal*. He is *Aquarius, likes frisky Women and enjoys long walks on the beach*. Okay, I am not Aquarius and also he said that more out of sarcasm (another thing we have in common: sarcasm and smartassery), but who cares. =P

    Shall I continue or do you get the picture? Yeah, I thought you would.
    Are you sick of hearing me talk about him already? Well, too bad for you. *grin*

    Oh, and: Good thread, pianopraze.
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    Morpheus (Dream)


    Character developed by Neil Gaiman in a comic book series.
    The character is an anthropomorphic personification of dreaming, which can be seen as the manifestation of introverted intuition.
    The character is one of a family of seven entities which personify various "Endless" aspects of sentience.
    Destiny, Death, Dream, Desire, Despair, Destructuction, Delirium/Delight

    The inherent paradox of the character lies within him being a manifestation of dream but conveying a realistic severity (takes responsibility seriously, comprehends orders and disorders in real and imaginary states)..

    Wonderfully constructed character. Could be considered either an INTJ or INFJ personality type. I believe this may be due to the Ni base in the character's personality.
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    I've never had one I totally identified with so in a sense I'm a little jealous of those who find one they do totally identify with. :)

    Dritz from Forgotten Realms and maybe Raistlin from Dragonlance come close... A little bit of Batman, a little of Spidey...but no one character really is emblematic of me. INFP only useually list E.T... and I'm really not identifying with him! lol
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    thattts about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by pianopraze View Post
    I've never had one I totally identified with so in a sense I'm a little jealous of those who find one they do totally identify with. :)

    Dritz from Forgotten Realms and maybe Raistlin from Dragonlance come close... A little bit of Batman, a little of Spidey...but no one character really is emblematic of me. INFP only useually list E.T... and I'm really not identifying with him! lol
    Totally? No..

    One trait for mine - Ni

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    The dude from American Beauty who was filming everything.

    That whole theme is something I think about and feel a lot. At random places like in the movie, while looking at a beautiful sunset or while looking at roadside garbage (those two come to mind). It was very interesting when I first saw the movie, I didn't think anyone else saw the world like that.
    Last edited by thewindlistens; 06-29-2009 at 07:39 PM.
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    Gil Grissom (CSI)
    August Rush
    Jason Schwartzman's character in I Heart Huckabees
    Main character (narrating) in Stand By Me
    Bruno in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

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    When I was a kid I really liked Robin Hood, Peter Pan and Pippi Longstocking.
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