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    Maybe I should switch it to, grumpy, short tempered, or demanding. The pattern I noticed was with ITs, specifically INTs.

    Well ISTs as well but they tend to get distracted faster

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    Dont blame thee, who have no clue of your problems
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    I don't have problems.

    Entropie, I think youre intimidated by me....its cool... it happens.

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    ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Maybe I should switch it to, grumpy, short tempered, or demanding. The pattern I noticed was with ITs, specifically INTs.

    Well ISTs as well but they tend to get distracted faster
    i can halfway agree with the int part... but the moments i've seen are fleeting/rare. not demanding though.
    just throw it against the wall and see what sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by oasispaw View Post
    i can halfway agree with the int part... but the moments i've seen are fleeting/rare. not demanding though.
    But they are there a lot even if they dont express them all the time......they are just generally more.......irritated, a lot

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    Yes, cranky a lot, but less cranky than people think. Think it has something to do with the serious expression on my face, people assume it's something else than just...well...a serious expression on my face.
    Some people want to get "into you" when you're introverted...uhm,how's a better way of putting it......they want to 'come in' but not because they're interested in who you really are, it's more of a control thing I think. Get in and wreak havoc. THAT MAKES ME CRANKY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Yes, cranky a lot, but less cranky than people think. Think it has something to do with the serious expression on my face, people assume it's something else than just...well...a serious expression on my face.
    Some people want to get "into you" when you're introverted...uhm,how's a better way of putting it......they want to 'come in' but not because they're interested in who you really are, it's more of a control thing I think. Get in and wreak havoc. THAT MAKES ME CRANKY!!!
    From what I have observed from ISTJs is that they are fairly laid back, although they always look tense. It takes a lot to get them really mad. Moderate to very open minded actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    From what I have observed from ISTJs is that they are fairly laid back, although they always look tense. It takes a lot to get them really mad.
    Yeah, right through high school I had to hear, "what's wrong" and "are you okay?" when absolutely nothing was wrong! Well, nothing right there and then was wrong but I think all the underlying tension showed on my face.
    Maybe has to do with ISTJ's not being very in touch with their own feelings, a lot might be going and everyone else can tell, except poor unaware ISTJ!

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