I wonder if there's a correlation between Ni and unappreciation of good ol' stories.
It's that I don't appreciate my grandma's stories. In retrospect they seem interesting as she talked a lot about growing up in the 1920's and working for the war effort in WWII, but she would talk for HOURS. I remember once having to listen to her talk for 4 hours about railroads and one-room schools. Maybe it would have been more interesting if she would let me ask a few questions. And she'd retell the same stories OVER and OVER. In fact I used to say, "Grandma, I've already heard this story before. Many times in fact." She would pause, give a quizzical look as if I had just lied to her, then continue... I mean it was like she was dumping her Si on me.
Originally Posted by Antisocial one
Of course there is.
Since we see the end before story actually ends.
In the worst case scenario(s) we will see a large number of possible outcomes.
I wouldn't mind good stories... my grandfather just tends very uninteresting stories how he always managed to slip away from the duties in the army... And the other grandparents never tell any stories really. But then again, I've been saved from the boredom, right?
I just find old people generally boring, because we seem to live in a completely different world, me and them.