Oh yes. That is annoying. It also gets sad when after a point, you're able to tell they're doing this... :cI really dislike when you're talking to someone and they're agreeing with what you're saying... but then you get the feeling that they are just agreeing with you but don't necessarily feel or think the same way.
Agreed. Preferably, I like to learn through watching, not telling. When someone tells you something, it's easy to forget during the thought process. With watching, no one is talking and you can examine waht they're doing and ask questions when needed.When someone is giving me instructions or training, it irriatates me when they focus on the details without the context. Without seeing the big picture, I feel blind. By analogy, when I look at the instruction manual to assemble something, I look at the pictures and pieces first and see how they fit together, then go to the sequential steps if needed. I don't like it when a trainer begins with the steps.
OMFG YES I haaaate it when people do that :angry:Reacting with their own emotions, therefor forcing me to think for them.
Express superiority or 'acting smart' on a subject than they have obviously given little thought to.
Work forever to lead others, then lead others incorrectly.
Be indecisive, therefor forcing me to think for them.
Be intolerant to others. I have to tolerate different people and opinions every day of my life, but expressing that to others is quite rude. I really hate when they say to 'shut up'. This almost demands a verbal response from me, and it is stepping towards psychical altercation.
If our enemies wish to use this as a how-to guild; It wont work, I see you coming :wink:
I find it hilarious when you continue that part with below statements:People coming to conclusions without putting in the hard work necessary to get it right. Then smiling and gloating. Then me punching them in the face as hard as possible. Okay last part was my imagination.
I hate J's obsessive task accomplishing.
I hate F's when they can't understand I'm not an intimate person and get all whiney and offended when I don't want to be their "friend."
I actually don't mind extroverts as long as they aren't just aimlessly expending energy. Especially extroverted Artisans. They are terrible. Though extroverted Idealists can be bad too.
Sensors are alright as long as they have an imagination.
When any other type takes any opportunity they can to prove me wrong since I am usually the "intellectual" of the group and to trump me is to prove that apparently they are just as smart as I am.
I'd say go punch yourself in the face as hard as possible. You deserve it.Oh yeah I don't like INFJ's period. Sorry.
I find it hilarious that you are trying to be intelligent and cutting even though you are a Guardian. Maybe you should stop?I find it hilarious when you continue that part with below statements:
I'd say go punch yourself in the face as hard as possible. You deserve it.