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    Maybe it is an IT thing.

    Dont hate but get bored of rather quickly. Once I have done everything I can I need external circumstance to mix things up a bit.

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    INFs are moody, but not cranky like I T s
    wails from the crypt.

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    I'd say it's definitely a IF thing over an IT thing. Cranky = ill-tempored, our temper is usually neutral most of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    I dont think I have ever met an easy going I.
    Do you know how to diagnose an introvert?

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    no

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    Is are definitely cranky when they're asked questions like the one in the OP, which seems designed to get a rise out of people.

    Like cafe said, if you always get the cranky side of Is, it's probably your approach. We definitely get cranky when Es expect us to behave like them, and act as if something is wrong if we don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Is are definitely cranky when they're asked questions like the one in the OP, which seems designed to get a rise out of people.

    Like cafe said, if you always get the cranky side of Is, it's probably your approach. We definitely get cranky when Es expect us to behave like them, and act as if something is wrong if we don't.
    No this isnt comming from personal experience but observation. Is have consistantly come and complain to me about whoever or what ever.

    But they were all ITs

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    Then where does your hypothesis emerge from?

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    just general observation that led to question a possible connection.

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    Observations of what?

    I just had you openly admit that you didn't know what you were observing.

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