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Your character is Kathy (ENFJ personality type)
You are like Kathy who is expressive, intuitive and nurturing, you display every quality of a confident ENFJ.
Though your romantic indiscretion may have been a wee bit out of character, your chemistry with Chandler was undeniable.
Your reactive extroverted feeling ran your life and your introverted intuition sometimes took a bit of time to catch up – nonetheless you play an ENFJ character to a T – or should I say, to an F.
Your character is Phoebe Buffay (ENFP personality type)
Zany, creative and full of new ideas, you play an exaggerated version of the classic ENFP.
No speculation is too out-there for this unconventional character who lets your extroverted intuition run wild when it comes to evaluating your career and romance options.
When you need to make a decision, you usesa strong set of internal morals to govern you.
You are like Phoebe which is a classic ENFP – if her song lyrics won’t convince us, her outlandish actions will.
Your character is Pete Becker (ENTJ personality type)
Pete latched quickly onto new challenges regardless of what he entailed – from starting a multi-million dollar company to becoming the Ultimate Fighting Champion.
Your character is like Pete which is successful, organized and goal oriented to a fault, you are the perfect example of a fully-thriving ENTJ.
Determined, personable and successful, you are an ENTJ through and through.
Your character is Chandler Bing (ENTP personality type)
Though you flip between displaying introverted and extroverted characteristics, your extroverted intuition is indubitably your lead function – your quick wit is your most defining trait.
Of all the characters on the Friends, you are like Chandler which is always the first to pick up on what’s being left unsaid – and then he rushes to rectify the situation, regardless of how inappropriate his comment may be. You're the Classic ENTP.
Your character is Janice (ESFJ personality type)
Despite your undeniably irritating catchphrase (and voice in general), you play a surprisingly mature character.
You care deeply for the people around you and remains loyal to a fault to your loved ones.
You want nothing more than for the people around you to be happy and well taken care of.
Your character is Janice which was a well-developed ESFJ character who didn’t deserve the bad reputation that she got.
Your character is Joey Tribbiani (ESFP personality type)
Your character is Joey Tribbiani, everyone’s favourite ladies man, plays a childlike caricature of the ESFP.
Highly impulsive and emotional, your inferior functions never get developed and you remain eternally dependent on the other characters to take care of you.
Being the charming ESFP that you are though, nobody minds. After all, you're just so endearing.
Your character is Monica Geller (ESTJ personality type)
Opinionated, high-strung and perfectionistic, your character is Monica which is a classic ESTJ.
You are sure of what you want and move confidently toward your goals in any situation.
You feed off the energy of others but also believe that everything and everyone has its proper place – making you just a wee bit bossy.
If your cleaning habits don’t convince us of your personality type, your attitude as a chef certainly will.
Your character is Mike Hannigan (ESTP personality type)
Goofy, unpredictable and tolerant of Phoebe’s many quirks, your character is Mike who displayed various characteristics of the easy-going ESTP.
Mike showed confidence in his physical pursuits (a single game of ping-pong was enough to make us aware of his competitive nature), an open-minded attitude, and he was quick to act on his decisions – once he finally got around to making them.
He was a textbook ESTP and like most ESTPs, it was difficult not to love him.
Your character is Carol (INFJ personality type)
Your character is Carol which was caring by nature, definitely a feeler second and an intuitive first.
She took time to realize her feelings for Susan – she needed a same s e x encounter to actually happen before she was able to come to terms with her own s e x u a l orientation.
After that point, she’s inability to keep living a lie was a classic INFJ move.
Carol remained true to herself, but showed Ross compassion along the way.
Despite not seeing a lot of Carol throughout the Friends show, her calm, pensive vibe was a dead INFJ giveaway.
Your character is Paul Stevens (INFP personality type)
Okay, I may be reaching a bit here – Friends was severely lacking in your - INFP - character.
The closest appropriation I got was Bruce Willis’s fantastic portrayal of Paul, the no-nonsense father of Ross’s young flame Elizabeth.
As the series unfolded, I saw a much softer side to Paul – one that revealed a rich inner emotional world.
One so rich, in fact, that Rachel had to break up with him for his overly-emotional tendencies.
But hey, Paul was a neat guy. And his self-pep-talk was a hilarious display of introverted feeling.
Your character is Charlie Wheeler (INTJ personality type)
Decisive, self-assured and tirelessly intellectual, your character is Charlie who was a textbook INTJ.
You allow research to rule your life and are attracted to intelligence in a partner above all else.
Your under-developed introverted feeling was clear in the way you hopped from partner to partner without concern for their emotions.
Introverted intuition and extroverted thinking were clearly your stronger suits.
Your character is David (INTP personality type)
Your character is David which was the brilliant yet hopelessly awkward scientist who left Phoebe to move to Minsk – who could forget David?
David's introverted thinking kept him thoroughly invested in his research, while David's extroverted intuition was responsible for the hilarious one-liners he consistently doled out.
He was indecisive, speculative and wholly invested in his work – all classic INTP traits.
Your character is Gunther (ISFJ personality type)
Loyal right to the end, your character is Gunther who was the absolute embodiment of an ISFJ.
Gunther was quiet yet devoted, wanting Rachel to be happy even more than he wanted to be with her.
Though I didn’t see much of this character on the front line of the show, Friends just wouldn’t have been the same without Gunther – offering us the ultimate tale of unrequited love.
Your character is Tag (ISFP personality type)
Sweet, goofy and all-around loveable, your character is Tag who played a (well, slightly under-developed) ISFP.
Tag's first function – introverted feeling – clearly governed his decisions, as he didn’t let the rules stop him from dating his boss.
Tag's extroverted sensing was expressed through his goofy, fun-loving nature that kept him scooting through life by the seat of his pants.
Your character is Ross Geller (ISTJ personality type)
Focused, detail-oriented and just a little bit irritable, your character is Ross who displays undeniable ISTJ characteristics.
Though the nature of the show focuses mainly on Ross' feelings, he is a thinker at heart.
Ross is drawn to intellectual pursuits and derives energy through his inner world of thoughts and, well, dinosaurs.
His never-ending quest for the security of marriage is a classic SJ trait – ISTJs in particular want to get their lives settled down and in order as quickly as they possibly can.
Your character is Jack Geller (ISTP personality type)
Jack Geller has to be the most hilariously underrated character on the Friends show.
Frank, quirky and pervasively aloof, your character is Jack which plays a typical ISTP.
Jack sees things as they are – nothing more, nothing less.
A typical perceiver, Jack lets his wife make most of the important decisions while he simply comes along for the ride – and provides unassumingly hilarious commentary.
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