But alas, no MBTI personality chart for Downton Abbey.
Not one to shy away from helping out in the need for Downton Abbey graphics, I felt it was my duty to step in and solve this problem. I pondered each character, researched the personality types, and sincerely hope that I correctly pegged the upstairs and the downtstairs.
And I’m glad I did, because seeing the types in Downton Abbey terms helped me realize that my last personality test result was wrong – there’s no way I’m a Carson – at least not anymore.
I’m totally a Mrs. Hughes. I think.
(And yes, I am hacking season four and watching with the British. And no, there are no spoilers in this chart.)
Here’s an explanation of the letters in the terms of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator:
First Letter: E or I – Extroversion/Introversion – Are you stimulated and refreshed by being with other people, or by being alone?
Second Letter: S or N – Sensing/Intuition – Do you use your five senses to interpret the world and prefer facts, or do you rely on your instincts and prefer hunches?
Third Letter: T or F – Thinking/Feeling – Do you lean towards using logic and objective criteria, or values and subjective ideas?
Fourth Letter: J or P – Judging/Perceiving – Are you purposeful, liking structure, plans, rules, and organization, or are you laid-back and flexible, open to change, and explorative?
Everybody ready? Here’s the chart:
So. Which character are you? Please report in the comments.
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