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    Don't Judge Me! Haphazard's Avatar
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    I think you're possibly defining 'I'-ness the wrong way.

    Your statement, "I have never met an easy-going 'I'" implies that either you don't know a lot of people (which would make me suspect that you're an introvert), or are using the wrong criteria to define 'I'. It's the same as the 'Loners are freaks' scenario you keep seeing. In these, if somebody has any outside connections whatsoever, they are no longer a 'loner'... even though there are a great many loners who do, you know, know a few good people.

    A wild guess says that you know more Is than you think but don't identify them as Is because they don't fit the pattern you've 'noticed' of being 'cranky.' Because of this, the assumption perpetuates in your mind.

    So... there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    prplchknz I hate the way you're always chatting with me.
    that's your own fault, if you get on vent... plus my aim sn is in my profile and I have pm and that wall thing.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I'm cranky damn it!!!!!!!!! :steam: Right now!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    I dont think I have ever met an easy going I.
    I think I's are generally cranky.
    I define 'easy going' as not making demands on those around you though, not as a lack of crankiness.
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    I am often cranky and irritable when I think of social interaction, but when it actually happens I usually feel good about it.

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    bloody stupid question!
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    Not all Introverts are cranky, I'm an Introvert and I'm never in a cranky mood.

    I think Judgers are more likely to be cranky personally.
    J's live to NOT be easygoing.

    C'mon who would be more likely to get all cranky on you- the ESFJ or the INTP? Think about it...
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    ^Negative. Very rarely cranky. Usually rather easy going...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    I disagree. Es are more prone to take action while Is just complain a lot
    I think you are seriously misinterpreting what Introversion is about and have shown an inability to see things from the Introvert's perspective. Just because an Introvert doesn't choose to take action doesn't mean that the person goes on complaining about things.

    In fact, I would argue that a reason why an Introvert doesn't take action is because he or she isn't bothered by so much and is able to let a lot of things slide. While the reactive and choleric Extravert WILL NOT let that thing go!! It makes him ill-tempered and grouchy and CHANGE must happen NOW!!! Kind of like a spoiled child at times.. however, I will admit that I might have shown an inability to see things from the Extravert's perspective. Like you, I am basing many of my claims on observation.

    However, those who take action are often wondrously cranky.
    This is far from the truth for the Extraverted Rationals but the ESFX types will often just throw a fit till they get what they want- if that isn't cranky- I don't know what is!
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    I'm hardly ever cranky, but for some reason whenever someone I know sees me, they think I'm in a bad mood, even if its the opposite. For example, when I went to class today, a girl I know made a comment about how I never smile, and that I always seem to be in a angry mood. This seems to happen all the time.

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