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    Intelligence

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    Drama creators, self imposed victims, entitlement focused, small talkers ad nauseam, people that repeat themselves over and over because they think it strengthens their position, interruptors, people that ask advice with no intention of ever taking it, time wasters, one-uppers, those that will not make the effort to help their own situation and want someone else to do it for them, freeloaders, blamers, MOST OF ALL - those who commit to doing a task or job and find an excuse not to do it.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    I think the two main things I judge people according to are how they treat other and what their priorities are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desire machine View Post
    I think the two main things I judge people according to are how they treat other and what their priorities are.
    Do you also do that in its own context?

    Meaning that I don't judge actions by the plain result but as a whole. Or simply said: I'm quite forgiving for people their shortcomings as long as they are working on it and are trying to progress into life. Which is why I have a lot of completely different friends around me because all of them offer some form of "good" at the cost of something. As I want them to help with my shortcomings, I will help with their shortcomings. I think a basic requirement for me is that people realize this in one way or the other and try to make the best out of it.

    I think the most annoying thing about people is when they don't see this or become entitled in their own thinking. Ignoring the possibility that they could be wrong.

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    Fat people as not looking after them self. People that say things is a generic socially acceptable way.

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    ENTP

    truthfulness vs. dishonesty
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    Quote Originally Posted by krissykat55 View Post
    Drama creators, self imposed victims, entitlement focused, small talkers ad nauseam, people that repeat themselves over and over because they think it strengthens their position, interruptors, people that ask advice with no intention of ever taking it, time wasters, one-uppers, those that will not make the effort to help their own situation and want someone else to do it for them, freeloaders, blamers, MOST OF ALL - those who commit to doing a task or job and find an excuse not to do it.
    ditto

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    I am pretty accepting of flaws, especially ones that people are trying to overcome or ones that are not especially conscious.

    That said, I have almost no tolerance for hypocrisy when it is paired with judgement of others (I like almost everyone is hypocritical to some degree, but I don't judge others as I see that). The other thing is people who do not take responsibility for their actions or errors. Blaming others or refusing to apologize is a huge personality fail in my book, and puts you on the bottom of my life list.
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    Vocabulary and word usage. People who misuse words lose my respect quickly.

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    insecurity projection


     
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