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    I really have to be provoked to return trouble. I'm usually a sissy.
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    Far from a sissy.

    But I've reigned my foolhardiness in quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    If something hits me wrong, I've been known to get in people's faces.
    I'm definitely passive aggressive, just tailgate me and find out.
    But at the same time, I have trouble saying no when people ask me for favors.

    I'm sort of a mouse that occasionally and (to others) inexplicably roars.
    This is a great thread haha. I totally agree with above^^
    And everyone else that said if I ball is thrown if front of me, you better run cause I'm getting it and that's final. I've been known to get "upset(that's generous)" if I lose in anything I do.
    If I'm playing a sport competitively and I come across a cheater, I really make him regret it and I become a total ***hole and get vocal.

    Yeah most of the time, I'm a quiet walk over. And mainly I think it's because I don't care. But there have been times when I set my foot down because someone got annoying... and it's not pretty at all.

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    I get mistaken for being a sissy, because things don't bother me that people think should. So then I get accused of being passive agressive (which I can be, but sometimes it's because I simply don't care and have no response, not that I'm thinking to myself "wow I hate so and so for doing/saying that" I'm probably thinking "Ok, so what?" But if it truly bothers me I'll let you know. I remember one time a friend who I made in Finland Imed me and said I complained less about the cold then others have (my mom works some over their) so I can take alot. But everyone has their breaking point, and I've defiently been to it. But each time my breaking point goes a little bit further then it was before. But I could be a sissy, but don't want to acknowledge it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I get mistaken for being a sissy, because things don't bother me that people think should. So then I get accused of being passive agressive (which I can be, but sometimes it's because I simply don't care and have no response, not that I'm thinking to myself "wow I hate so and so for doing/saying that" I'm probably thinking "Ok, so what?" But if it truly bothers me I'll let you know. I remember one time a friend who I made in Finland Imed me and said I complained less about the cold then others have (my mom works some over their) so I can take alot. But everyone has their breaking point, and I've defiently been to it. But each time my breaking point goes a little bit further then it was before. But I could be a sissy, but don't want to acknowledge it.
    I'm with you there.

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    Just because I shout and jump up on a chair/run away/get the creeps when I see a spider does NOT make a sissy!

    Assertiveness isn't a problem for me, except when I'm dealing with a loved one who's going over an edge. Then I start to push-pull-push-pull trying to decide how to get them back over the line of safety.

    I used to get into fights in school, but I saw those are necessary to maintaining my rank in the herd. If some jerk wanted to go, he/she had to get through my girls first, then if that didn't stop them, I had no qualms about taking them down. I find physical and even verbal altercations to be utterly repellent. Violence makes me feel ill.
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    The INF's I've known have all had a (greater) degree of sissy/wussyness in them. ENF's have also usually been sissy (much less than the I's) in a different wat.

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    Now I want to know in what context sissy is meant.

    I mean, I do things all the time that other people wouldn't dream of doing and call me nuts...

    But then again, I don't start arguments daily over things.

    Hmm..food for thought.

    I was in the military, had a combat job, I ride a motorcycle, jumped out of planes, bungee jumped....I've done a lot of stuff other people haven't...and I'm a girl

    But I don't get into fights or whatever. Rarely arguments.

    Something to ponder on, I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyGoose View Post

    I was in the military, had a combat job, I ride a motorcycle, jumped out of planes, bungee jumped....I've done a lot of stuff other people haven't...and I'm a girl

    But I don't get into fights or whatever. Rarely arguments.
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