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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I'm a bad listener. I get impatient when people talk for too long because I probably already figured out where it is that the conversations is going (Ne is about "the big picture" not details) and so, yes - I do have an urge to finish people sentences and I am, more often that not, right about what the person was going to say.
    me too. i feel bad about it but it's hard to sit there and wait for them to get to the point or over illustrate it when i already know what they're talking about.
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    Yeah I always finish people's sentences or give them synonyms. I also correct grammar all the time (except "me and my friend did x", I always use that. I correct "blah did blah to I" though, that pisses me off..)

    I only do it with people I'm comfortable around, though.

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