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SpongeBob SquarePants MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'SpongeBob SquarePants'
SpongeBob SquarePants MBTI type
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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 106


ENFP - 49
ESFJ - 43
ENFJ - 9
INTJ - 2
ESFP - 2
ENTP - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 30


7W6 - 26
6W7 - 3
1W9 - 1

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His personality greatly shifted from Intelligent, Imaginative and Curious (Ne) to Overly silly, dumb , and a crybaby (Bad Fe)I honestly always saw Spongebob as an ENTP 6w7 with very developed Fe, but I guess ESFJ works too. There's no way he's an Fi/Te user LMAOOOOObvious Fe, Si, and Ne. ESFJ. in a way he's kind of untypable but match up all the letters and those two functions and esfj just makes the most senseI sincerely think ISTJ.

MBTI type of SpongeBob SquarePants

. such a high degree of autism where you couldn't imagine the guy ever pumping gas or using a computer, yet he's extremely dedicated, responsible and fanatic towards his job as a fucking burger flipper. I dont give a piss how friendly or "outgoing" he is, what a horrible way of indicating type.

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. I adorn him the dedicated and duteous savant archetype. Outgoing, always tries to see the best in people, super imaginative, very sensitive, and totally about remembering dates, birthdays, keeping a schedule, etc.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of SpongeBob SquarePants. Honestly, he seems like an extreme caricature of an ENFJ. He's also very anal-retentive.Which of the 16 personality types is SpongeBob SquarePants?. I'm actually starting to think he's an ENTP. Spongebob is without a doubt a Ne dom but I think he has well developed Fe. He a sign he's an ENTP when he annoys Squidward. He sometimes appears rude or immature around people without realizing it but doesn't want to be seen as that. Which could be a sign of Ti-Fe. I would also point out for the zillionth time, that kinesthetic intelligence has no relation to Se or sensing at all. Kinesthetic intelligence has more to do with neurons and natural instinct, and also, isn't type a measure of preference, not ability. The whole reason people seem to think the intuitives are bad at manipulating the sensory environment is because people start to form crazy ideas that Jung meant that intuitves don't use their senses and just walk around guessing where everything is. Well blimy, you must be on drugs if you are using your mind to do what sense organs were put on our body for. I'm Ne dom and I outfight balck belts and can take on 3 people on a hockey field at once, why. Because there's nothing frickin correlation between kinesthetic intelligence and type. Consider the following: Fierce individualism vs group think mentality: ENFPs use Fi, which makes them resistant to structure and group values, while ESFJs actually prefer group values and structure. ESFJs will be the ones advocating to bring people together as a group under common values while pretty much all of the ENFP's advocating pretty much will just emphasize values that push for freedom so that people can actually choose their values. past orientation vs future orientation: almost everything ESFJs will do will be to prevent past mistakes from happening in the future or to preserve past events, while ENFPs will be more focused on envisioning the future and enacting the change they envision. ENFPs future orientation however, will be less thought out than an ENFJs future orientation until they develop their Fi, but they will still have trouble deciding on one of the many future visions that they have that their Fi didn't already rule out. Different types of interaction: If you notice, ESFjs and ENFPs walking down the street, you'll see the =at that the ESFJ almost automatically smiles at you or greets you since they find their Fe more natural. However, ENFPs walking down the street will be deep in thought half the time and will appear cold, unapproachable, and mean until you say hi and then they start to smile and interact like any normal person, getting more bubbly as the conversation goes on. This is why FPs are often typed as thinking types, especially EFPs, since their feeling function is expressed in an introverted manner. ENFPs will also often only interact with people to discuss insights and stimulate their mind, since the way they see it, if they want emotional connection, they'll go to their most trusted friends and family for it. SpongeBob is a structure freak, who is not happy unless he is working for some sort of group and sharing values with others, and I've never seen him advocate for anyone's freedom unless they are jelly fish, pretty much putting the values of his peer groups ( the krusty krab, Patrick) over all else. He is very warm and friendly and never does any brooding. SpongeBob is very confusing to discern, because the writer pretty much made him out to be the stereotypical cartoon lead, which is pretty much a mix between Fe's friendliness and structure orientation and Ne's curiosity for new ideas and tendency to make mistakes in detail work, but we can see that he clearly prefers Fe over Fi, in fact, the entire character is centered around Fe with Ne just being a means of having fun. So given the blatant differences between the two types, sponge bob fits ESFJ more. ESFJs usually want to look random, fun, happy, quirky, etc etc, . . . . I'd actually argue that ESFJs are more scattered than ENFPs because their Ne is lower AND they have Fe but that's anecdotal and kind of irrelevant. Spongebob is too quick to help complete strangers to the fullest of his ability and to the point where it lands him in hot water in a bunch of episodes. It's a central part of his personality. His emotions are genuine but they are not contained, he enjoys sharing feelings with others to the point where it upsets Fi/Se Patrick, and as a result he finds Patrick's actions greedy and selfish, illustrating the classic Fe vs Fi clash. @Hercules Just because he's organized doesn't necessarily make him a J type. ENFPs have Te and that can come out strong in specific environments. He gets stuff done and has a specific system for it all. That seems pretty Te to me. Enfj because he is very organized in his job, in his partys even he to plain his day. No way is spongebob esfp. I think he has Fi, actually—all his emotions are sincere and unmodified from their original state, and they don't feed off the external situation. Also, P types can adapt themselves to become more routinized, especially when they're passionate about what they need to do (which Spongebob clearly is). But remember how horribly clumsy he is at driving. I would expect an ESFP to have better coordination than that, or at least get the hang of driving after a while. ESFJ. He is clearly an Fe dom and a judger based on the way he enjoy his consistent daily habits like his job at the Krusty Crab. Agreed. His emotions are always sincere and he generally doesn't adapt them or change who he is inside to please others. The only types I can really fathom are ENFP and ESFP. He probably fluctuates between ESFP and ENFP in different episodes but for the majority of them he's ENFP. ESFJ. Pure ENFP.