If you like my profile here, and are also on other dating sites, I'm also known as CeraphimFalls. It's easier to check those sites or my special dating twitter because this site and my computer don't get along very well.
If it means anything to you, I am an INTJ, which, if you look at the various characters from literature, I'm best compared with the likes of Gandalf, Clarice Starling, Professor Moriarity, Stewie Griffen, both Vito and Michael Corleone, and Mr. Darcy. However, I promise I'm not in the mafia (although I do love a good mafioso movie), nor will I send you off a perilous adventure when we could easily take care of the problem with the help of a large eagle. That does make me, however, a strategist and rather deliberate in most parts of my life. At the same time, though, this makes me tend to trivialize problems until I can put them into nice, neat, little packages. Humour can be a crutch in this case.
Let's scurry away from the Jungian personality exams for a moment. The following may come off as a bit pompous, but I promise I will continue forward with only pure accuracy in mind. Past boyfriends have compared me to the Manic Pixie Dream Girl who is (according to the definition given by Wikipedia) "that bubbly, shallow cinematic creature that exists solely in the fevered imaginations of sensitive writer-directors to teach broodingly soulful young men to embrace life and its infinite mysteries and adventures." I rather like that, except for the shallow part. I'm not. I see myself more as a Hawksian woman, especially at work and dealing with the "good 'ol boys" in my department at school. She's the tough-talking gal that can keep up with the boys when it comes to witty banter and the like- a feminist in the forties' sense, like Katherine Hepburn and Lauren Bacall. However, on my bad days, I'm most like comedic stock character Alazon, very much defined by his hubris and taking on much more than he can handle. Stand-up comedians that embody this would be Ricky Gervais, Jimmy Carr, Russell Brand, and Amy Schumer.
So, in a nutshell, I'm unbelievably like Liz Lemon from "30 Rock". I hope that gives you a good jumping off point.