That not emoting all over the place is attributable to a deficiency in recognizing and understanding complex emotions rather than to a plain old disdain for such emoting.
I think this is our old friend projection at work again though. Because most people hate/fear what they don't understand, they assume that if you dislike something that they like, then it must be because you don't understand it.
A lot of people struggle - really STRUGGLE - with the concept of someone having looked at all the same information as they have, completely understood it, and yet reached a different conclusion. I call them fundamentalists
Ils se d�merdent, les mecs: trop bon, trop con..................................MY BLOG!
"When it all comes down to dust
I will kill you if I must
I will help you if I can" - Leonard Cohen
Here are the biggest misunderstandings that bother me:
I hate when people assume that just because I am F-dominant, I am irrational and don't have any order behind my choices. F is a judging process! It organizes things, even if it does so using a different method than the T. It isn't nonsensical or random. There are still laws in my universe that are internally consistent. Please stop mistaking my F for a T every time I seem to be making sense, or assuming that because I have an F preference what I say cannot possibly make sense. The F is not inherently chaotic.
I hate when people treat me like I'm just lazy instead of recognizing my idealism for what it is. I'm not a slacker. I just have different priorities.
I hate when people mistake my introversion for unfriendliness, sadness, or anything that it isn't. I don't need to be pulled out of my shell. I don't think that the quantity of words is as important as the quality of their meanings, and I don't define "fun" the same way others do when they mistakenly assume that I'm not having any.
I hate when people think I am irresponsible or rebellious just because I follow an internally determined set of laws instead of believing in all of the ones that are externally decided by others. If a law seems morally beneficial or practical, I will follow it, but if it is arbitrary and serves no useful purpose, I will reject the unnecessary control. The benefit of this is that even if there were no externally imposed artificial consequences, I would still behave ethically.
I hate that we get stereotyped as using entirely too many emoticons in our posts.
sorry, i think its cool that each of your explanations correlate to the misunderstandings of each letter that makes up INFP