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    Depends on the intensity of my disdain. I usually try to be cordial, even with those I dislike. However, if it's a mutual hatred, I'm likely to just ignore the person or sort of roll my eyes at them. If I find the person a bit pompous, I may have a snippy comment or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    But is this an Sx thing though I wonder? What are sx last people like around people that they don't connect with?
    The two people I have typed as so/sp have had a long term boiling point. But once they reach it....they fucking go off and look rediculous.

    Sx doms prolly have shorter boiling points and may not feel the need to blow off steam to the person making them mad. They may however go off on rants to close ones

    I think so/sps have the need to make the person that angered them know that they angered them...I could be way off with that tho...

    Quote Originally Posted by Monomaniac View Post
    Wow, this sounds eerily familiar! Do many other sx types get this overpowering surge of energy if you gel with somebody? Whenever I connect with someone (usually it's only a romantic interest) there's this inexorable flow of energy that simply must flow out of me somehow, and whenever I'm not speaking or active during discourse with said person, it manifests as this nervous but excited shaking. Sometimes it's so intense I'm physically sick because of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    Depends on the intensity of my disdain. I usually try to be cordial, even with those I dislike. However, if it's a mutual hatred, I'm likely to just ignore the person or sort of roll my eyes at them. If I find the person a bit pompous, I may have a snippy comment or two.
    But do you ever feel like you just have "instant chemistry" with a person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    But do you ever feel like you just have "instant chemistry" with a person?
    Describe instant chemistry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    Describe instant chemistry.
    You meet a person, and you instantly get almost a hot feeling that overwhelms your entire body when you are around them. You just want more, and more of that person, and feel like you can never get enough.

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