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    Default Which type annoys you the most, and why?

    Have you ever had to deal with a temperament type that REALLY annoyed you ?

    I'd have to say STJs are the most irritating to me. My boss is an ISTJ, so is my brother and my piano teacher as a child. My mother is ESTJ. I have rarely met such bossy people. I get to wonder who gave them the right to rule the whole world, and to put their nose in everybody else's business to control and regulate it in the My way or the Highway fashion.
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    ENTPs because they're just so damn hawt! :steam:

    To be slightly serious.. INTJs have a way of making you feel like you absolutely don't matter. If you're here, cool. If you're not, oh well. There's a hint of sadness in such a nonchalant behavior.
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    Hmm. I don't think I know enough people's types to really give an objective opinion, (or then I just usually tend to avoid the company of individuals I find annoying), but I do know a certain ESFJ who marvels me. We were friends, and at first, I really liked her. She had this innocence about her that made me very protective towards her. I think now, in retrospect, she wasn't very healthy, but I can only think this way now that she has moved to another country.

    She was surprisingly judgimental and just plain rigid in her opinions on "how" to be. Even with her outward caringness and sweetness, she seemed very shallow and manipulative on the outside, which I noticed when I had spent more time with her. Her motivation for doing things came from the outside, she always wanted to "look" good in others eyes and especially her dad's and teacher's. This is the kind of thing I've noticed in ISFJ's as well.

    But I mean, there were so many things I liked about her, and ISFJ's as well. Can think of many more GOOD things about them.

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    Quick, poll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    ...she seemed very shallow and manipulative on the outside, which I noticed when I had spent more time with her. Her motivation for doing things came from the outside, she always wanted to "look" good in others eyes and especially her dad's and teacher's. This is the kind of thing I've noticed in ISFJ's as well.

    But I mean, there were so many things I liked about her, and ISFJ's as well. Can think of many more GOOD things about them.
    I've noticed this with ISFJ men and women as well. Which is why, nice as they are, I tend to keep my distance. My closest friend in high school was ISFJ and she was just like that -- she always wanted to look good for superiors and never wanted anyone else to look good, because she felt it was at her expense. Instead of being happy when I accomplished things, which I was for her, she would be jealous and turn catty and nasty in a passive-aggressive way. Anything I would do or have that could possibly make me look "better" than her; new haircut, new bracelet, higher standardized test score, anything, she would become so bitter. This caused a huge rift in our friendship over time. She had plenty of good qualities, but this behavior really just confused and saddened me.

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    ESTP/ISTP..ENTJ..ENFJ..but it's all minor, I don't hold it against them or anything..it's natural.
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    ENTP. Mostly; not always.

    Most of my friends are ENTPs.

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    Just the ones that don't stop whining. I don't even think that's a certain type. Maybe more F's.

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    In terms of disputes, and communication wise. I would say ESFJs by a pretty wide margin. There is little ground to be made in resolving issues. I rarely bother.
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    The imperiousness of ESTJ's AND ENTJ's are the most annoying.
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