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    Minister of Propagandhi ajblaise's Avatar
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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
    Easy going people are relaxed and calm, taking action (all the time) isn't an easy going thing.

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    As I have said before...

    I am not cranky until someone is dumb enough to open their mouth.

    I think this 'crankiness' that Es generally experience with Is is more of a 'refrigerator door syndrome' than anything else.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Easy going people are relaxed and calm, taking action (all the time) isn't an easy going thing.
    exactly
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    As I have said before...

    I am not cranky until someone is dumb enough to open their mouth.

    I think this 'crankiness' that Es generally experience with Is is more of a 'refrigerator door syndrome' than anything else.
    See external circumstance imaptience

    Why

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    See external circumstance imaptience

    Why
    Why does this happen?

    Because you are a needless distraction separating me from what I need to do.
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    which is? Why does it matter cant you compartmentalize?

    And what about the times things dont go your way. Do you blame the external

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    I know some really cranky I-TPs but my ISFP brother is almost never cranky, except when I really piss him off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    which is? Why does it matter cant you compartmentalize?

    And what about the times things dont go your way. Do you blame the external
    I don't mind if things don't go my way as long as it wasn't caused by anybody's stupidity/laziness. That's usually the case, though, so it's a moot point. *sigh*

    You are demanding something from me when I don't want to give you anything. So therefore, it becomes your problem because you're making something my problem. As in, carelessness on your part does NOT constitute an emergency on my part, etc.

    Do Es hate their internal worlds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    As I have said before...

    I am not cranky until someone is dumb enough to open their mouth.

    I think this 'crankiness' that Es generally experience with Is is more of a 'refrigerator door syndrome' than anything else.
    *makes a square*
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    I can be cranky, but I'm generally pleasant and laid back. I do get sensory overload at times, but if I can retreat from it for awhile, I regain my pleasant disposition pretty quickly.

    If you keep experiencing Is as cranky, you might be coming on a little strong and they are trying to withdraw from that. It doesn't necessarily mean they are cranky all the time.
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