LOL. This reminds me of when my ESTJ got sick and had to go to a walk-in clinic. Well, he was irritable already. (big baby when he's sick! He wanted me to drive him to the doctor ) and we went in. Waited for about an hour and a half. When I met him after he was pissed. He didn't feel he should have waited so long. He told me that while he was back in the office he asked the nurse why the wait was so long and he made a sarcastic comment to the doctor when asked about his symptoms.Fi: I go to the store, I see that they don't have a CD that I like. That annoys me, not just because I had wanted to buy it, but because I feel like the store ought to have that CD in stock because it's so good. So I go to the desk and ask them to order several copies, not just one, so that way there'll be an extra one for whoever else stops by. My Fi is then satisfied, because I did a good deed. (There’s lots of Te in here too, but I have a hard time separating my Te from my Fi, when I talk about it.
He then posted a FB update about how no one should use that particular walk-in clinic when he got home.
From my perspective, I expect to wait at walk-ins. To his benefit, the staff did seem a bit unorganized with time management but it was something that wouldn't bother me at all but that got his Fi going.