Oh yes, when we had our first argument I questioned him why and his reply was "that's just how we do it". Later on it got heated and our manager was being the mediator and I wanted to resolve things but all he did was blame me and not admitting any mistakes. Funny how he looked at me and asked "Why do you do this, huh? why don't you listen to me?". I was thinking why he couldn't see my perspective but whatever. I don't see him much anymore which is good but this other chick is starting to get on my nervesFunnily enough, I wouldn't have acted this way.
I would have confronted him, just asked "Why do you do this ?", and tried to get to the bottom of his actions.
Throw in some insistance, of course. These things don't usually come at once, you need to slowly dig through the big pile of self-avoidance they have created.
Then, if I hadn't been able to change him, I would have trolled him, that's like, sure.
Yet, is it hopeless to proceed as I suggested ? I don't believe I saw it mentioned. Since I only rarely met that kind of people, I'm not sure that method works. I'll experiment it first hand ASAP, but if you have some feedback, please share it
For this guy, I think it's hopeless to constantly work with. He seemed nicer on some days when we are working 3 meters apart :laughing: Trolling him was fun. It's the only entertainment apart from the boss yelling out dirty jokes hahaha