Yes! Typos in books drive me mad, I end up ranting about how the editor obviously sucked and should be able to spot the mistake. Then again having had to read through only 13 A4 pages to find things even I struggled, damn human mistakes!
INTPs are probably the most likely to be annoyed by grammar and spelling mistakes. It's the combination of Ti and tertiary Si. ENTPs seem to care much less about these things than any other type of NT.
Honest mistakes are far less irritating than dealing with people who want enforce their pet-peevy, ridiculous grammatical preferences on others and then get very irritated when the mean people of the Chicago Manual of Style or other grammar book disagree with them.
An INTP friend asked me once if I hated grammar mistakes. I guess I don't hate them. But then again, I can't be objective because it is highly probable I make many mistakes myself. Like someone above said, not everyone has English as their first language, and that would also include myself.
However, I find it funny that people don't notice dangling participles. I mean, it's so obvious!
I'm talking about exercise in general. Maybe you've found a routine you can tolerate, but, if exercise in general bores you, that would be a reason to vote "yes."
If you've noticed a change, post what caused it.
My father is very messy and keeps lots of objects in his living area.
I'm very tidy and I try to keep my living area as empty as possible.
I don't even decorate. It's for the sake of trying to stay mentally organized.
My father is a hoarder and extremely messy. Does this mean he's naturally very...