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Amelie-main character
Willow-Buffy the vampire slayer
Deanna troy-star trek tng
Holly-Breakfast at Tiffanys-except the extroversion
Ruth/Rose-She Devil-I LOVE this movie.
Julianne Moores character-The Hours

Books

Marianne-The Gargoyle
Elspeth-The Obernewyton Chronicles
Enid-Ghostworld comic-actually never seen the movie.
Miranda-The Collector
 

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Wow! How do you people know so many INFP characters? Is there a website, or is there usually contextual evidence for most of these?
 

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Jane Eyre (Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte)

Josephine "Jo" March Bhaer (Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott)

Mirabelle Buttersfield (from the movie Shopgirl)
 

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Elizabeth (the little girl) from Anne of Windy Poplars
Elizabeth (Beth) March from Little Women
@sarah2 Jane Eyre for me, too! :) She definitely has Fi, at least in the parts I've heard. (We had the audiobook, and I only heard part of it.)
Fiver and Hazel from Watership Down
Shiloh (the dog) from Shiloh
Elizabeth (Batty) and Rosalind from The Penderwicks
The Velveteen Rabbit
Christopher Robin and Pooh Bear
The Little Mermaid (the real one, not the Disney version)
Timothy and Jonathan Frisby (they weren't really developed, but I got nice vibes from both), Mr. Ages, Justin from Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
Indira Maxwell from a story I'm writing; I don't know if I'll finish it, though.
Elisabeth Wilcomb from The Love Letter Why so many Eliz(s)abeths? Four, so far.
Elinor Dashwood from Sense and Sensibility
Sydney Carton from A Tale of Two Cities
Quasimodo from The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Lucy Pevensie from the Chronicles of Narnia series.
Leslie Burke from Bridge to Terabithia
Badger and Rat from The Wind in the Willows
Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games Now, I've never read any of the books, so this is based purely on reader descriptions of the story and its characters. :)


Yes, I totally love children's books. They're awesome--sometimes way more than books for people my age. :D
 

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I am an odd mix of the following:

Daria
Both elizabeth and Mary Bennett
Sherlock Holmes
 

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I don't know most of the characters you all are saying.

i've always had a connection with Frankenstein's monster.
Also, Dave Stoller from the 1979 movie Breaking Away. Quirky, independent, rebellious yet means no harm. All those "Cutters" guys from that movie are my guys.

oh and Janice from the Muppets. :)
 

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Uh...

Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver

Donnie Darko

Batman (I'm not really like him but I do feel a lot like him, just not as 'T' )

Tyrion Lannister from Game of Thrones... I'd probably act like him in that world. Or would like to.

Definitely Sherlock Holmes (because of the excentric manners, but not at all the deductive thinking; I'm bad for that... still, I always related to the detective..)

Jeffrey from Blue Velvet

I watched 'Chronicle' not long ago, I related to the character 'Matt' (it was a pretty good movie btw)

Andy from The Shawshank Redemption

Holden Caulfield from 'The catcher in the Rye' (I just read it, and loved it)

And a lot more... I related to a lot of characters in fiction... I dont 'relate' to almost anybody in real life D:
 

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:unsure: would i be yelled at if i were to say all the puppets from the movie "The Puppet Master" :laughing: ...... seriously though! I can relate XD having being controlled for your whole life. Just killing people I'd say was a little over board :dry: but I get the revenge part :laughing:
 

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As sad as this might sound, I relate well to Crona from Soul Eater (plus I just want to give Crona a giant hug LOL). Someone has actually agreed with me that I seem to be like Crona............

Was I supposed to think of more O_O uh...................
 

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Surprisingly enough, Hank Moody. But not for the same reasons that "players" adore and want to be him.

Beneath the devil may care and promiscuity, there are a lot of emotions and issues that he's constantly ruminating. He uses his art to express those emotions and work through that chapter in his life so he can try to move on to the next one. Hopefully better because of it, but still finding it vastly difficult to get past the greatest obstacle he faces. Himself.
 

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As sad as this might sound, I relate well to Crona from Soul Eater (plus I just want to give Crona a giant hug LOL). Someone has actually agreed with me that I seem to be like Crona............

Was I supposed to think of more O_O uh...................
HAHAHAHAHAHA I so wish i could like this post more then once :laughing: ......:proud:
 

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Jo March, Little Women (I am scarily like her. There are some direct quotes that I most certainly said before even reading the books.)

Matilda (more from the movie than the book [though Dahl is one of my favorites])
My family definitely hated that I had rather stay holed up in my room reading than watch tv in the great room with them. Now when I go visit my parents, I do a nice mix of both.

Debbie, from the novel Criss Cross (namely when she talks about feeling ten one moment, then ten thousand the next)

Lucy, Chronicles of Narnia (ughhh, I love these books)

I'm sure there are more, but these are the ones I've re-read most recently.
 

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I used to be obsessed with Angela from My So-Called Life "You're so beautiful... it hurts to look at you.":)
that's so funny...I was her age when the show was on, and a few weeks ago on Netflix I watched it again and I wanted to slap her so hard her teeth rattled. She was such a moron, from an adult perspective! You just want to shake the whole lot of them! But at 15 I was sure that Angela was the only one who understood. Lol
 
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