I get annoyed when other people do this, actually. I tend to be the type that calls too little.8. When E calls too often, talks too much, and says too little.
I'm not sure this is an extrovert thing. It seems more of a rude-person thing.7. When "E The Intruder" enters your space, uninvited, and handles your stuff.
I guess this depends on the context. I'll only talk to a stranger next to me if I have a good reason for doing so, like if they dropped something or I accidentally stepped on their foot. Just doing so for the sake of doing so while you're with someone else is, again, just plain rude.6. When you go out together and E talks to the stranger sitting beside you.
Can't say I've done this. I can get how annoying it would be, though.5. When an E you don't know asks, "Are you okay?" just because you're quiet.
I'm not sure how this can be seen as against your benefit. For a person who's better at communicating verbally, I know I have the tendency to come off as overly rude an impersonal when I try to communicate via email. I just can't seem to formulate words well that way.4. When E calls to respond to the e-mail you sent because you didn't want to talk.
Okay, this bugs the crap out of me too. Who just does this without asking?3. When E brings someone along to your "one on one" -- as a surprise.
Er, in this day and age, who doesn't? I have some very introverted friends who take calls when we're hanging out. As long as the conversation doesn't drag on aimlessly, I don't see how this can still be considered a problem.2. When E takes cell phone calls during your time alone.
Maybe it's just the N-dominance, but any silence will cause me to go off into my head for a while. I don't feel the need to fill silence with pointless chatter.1. When E assumes every silence is an invitation to TALK.
This probably has more to do with maturity. I know I've had this tendency in the past, but I've learned to recognize the body language that translates to "My turn, please!", and I generally try to honour it.1. When E talks at length without a single pause.
1. When the above behavior requires you to interrupt in order to speak.
Er, guilty. Though I do let the other person finish what they were saying before I go off on a tangent.1. When you finally get to speak, and your words remind E of something else to share.
Again, this has more to do with the ability to recognize body language more than anything else. There are some introverts who are bad at it as well, once you get them on a roll. Quite frustrating.1. When E is oblivious to all attempts to end the conversation, including "goodbye" and walking away.
I dunno. Maybe it's that I'm only borderline extroverted myself, but I don't really recognize this behaviour in myself. It seems that only a few of these are actually related to I/E, while the rest are maturity-related. After all, not all extroverts are attention-hogging space-invaders.