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Nice Guy MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Nice Guy'
Nice Guy MBTI type
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Typing beyond people

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Description:
"There's nothing to hate about Marianne. She's little and friendly and she will lend you anything." — Jenny, Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 21


ISFJ - 16
INFP - 2
ENTJ - 1
ESTJ - 1
ESFJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 12


2W1 - 6
9W1 - 4
4W5 - 1
8W7 - 1

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Quotes:
The Nice Guy (or Girl) is nice. Maybe not a saint, but definitely not unpleasant, obnoxious or an edgy rebel. They're friendly, psychologically well-balanced, morally average (if not better) and in short, someone anyone would like to be around and have as a friend, which is often what they are to the hero and/or his extended cast. He won't engage in jerk-like behavior, but probably responds in kind to Vitriolic Best Buds.
Want to know what writers think of that? "Boring!" This is because they can be conflict null zones romantically and dramatically because of a perceived (or real) lack of depth. Along with the Happily Married couple, the Nice Guy is among fiction's "favorite" Friendly Targets. They'll die senselessly to motivate their hero buddy, lose the girl to the more dynamic but unstable Dogged Nice Guy or just in general go through constant torment from the world around them.

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