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    I don’t tend to piss people off but I am surrounded by some very sensitive souls who get easily upset with me if don’t phrase things right and constantly reassure them I care

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    yes but I think it's because I am direct rather than vacariously dancing around people. I don't assume emotional reactions to every small thing, and yet others seem to be like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    Anyone else have a habit of pissing people off when you dont mean to. Sometimes I find it funny. Other times I dont even care that they're upset. I always find that they're overreacting.
    Usually, that's the intended effect, especially if they are prone to overreacting and stewing over stupid stuff. You find it funny because it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    The only people that I manage to offend without intention or awareness are FJs, and fuck their sensitivities anyway.
    LOL. The other day I was at a party with a bunch of pansy-ass Frenchies, and my friend (married to one) mentioned how her husband had taken the near-dead goldfish from the tank and flushed him down the toilet. To which I responded: "why? You could have let the others eat him."


    *stunned silence*

    After a pause, someone says: "ooo-kay", and then another: "very telling."
    Of what? I dunno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    No, I usually mean to. That's a big diff between ENTP and INTP.

    Ajaja, I was actually going to post that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    and then another: "very telling."
    Of what? I dunno.
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    Don't we all?
    No use in wasting perfectly good fish food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    "why? You could have let the others eat him."
    Reminded me of a pic I took of a fish trying to swallow an other near-dead fish.

    It was quite entertaining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    Anyone else have a habit of pissing people off when you dont mean to. Sometimes I find it funny. Other times I dont even care that they're upset. I always find that they're overreacting.
    I didn't used to, because I didn't want people to hate me.

    Now I accept it's better just to be "me" more than always make everyone else feel good. Everyone needs to stretch a little.

    I still, though, usually perceptive enough to manage to avoid being utterly rude.
    (Unless I'm trying to be.)

    Why do you assume others are always overreacting?
    Oh wait a moment, I misread your phrasing -- other people aren't always overreacting, you're just always ASSUMING they are.

    So... why do you do that?
    Assumptions are notoriously unreliable.

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    ...Case in point, I remember back in high school where I called a black person the "N" word just to see what would happen.
    And what happened?
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