I never specified the gender of the person getting yelled at.Woman on woman, that's what I don't get. Man on man, that's manly stereotyping and yes - testosterone.
Regardless of the gender of the person getting yelled at, I don't understand when women yell at bad drivers.
I've seen that sort of trolling from INTJs, though. They get the moral enjoyment from Fi (i.e. punishing them for doing the thing that they don't like), while getting Ni enjoyment from the thrill of "how will they react next??".Unfortunately I don't know that person that well. I remember him being happy about it, smiling, especially when he saw that he was in the top most hated members of the forum. I think it's more Fe-like, I don't think an Fi user would enjoy it, an Fi user would try to make it "right" instead. He was genuinely having fun by doing it.
Wow, I do not plan my days minute-to-minute like that. I like having a little bit of room to stretch out. At the very least it makes things less stressful when people are tardy and/or things don't go as planned. (When your best friend is an ENFP and your dad is an INTP, you learn these things. )Well personally I do rely on those little decisions. For example, if that was me he'd be driving to a store, I'd plan tomorrow: "okay, so around 1PM he's gonna pick me up, I'm gonna be at the store at around 1:30, gonna choose what I need and I should be out at 1:40-1:50, then he drives me back, so I'm gonna be home at around 2:20." Sure if I'm not doing anything, it wouldn't have much change. But even if I'm not doing anything, for example (and this is experience in similar situations), I do not start a new level in a video game, I don't watch a show episode, I don't start writing a long reply, I don't start an important chat, etc. say 30min before it. So it still does impact my day, even if it is as small as that. Basically, I waste my time because of that, and I hate wasting time ("Wasting my life..." thread is somewhat related).
I do try to be considerate; if I say "I'm going to lunch at 11:45" to a friend and then they say they'll meet me there, I'll meet them there even if I would have rather eaten at a different time. But if no friends are involved and it's just me, I might go "I'm not hungry now, so I'll study before lunch instead of after, and maybe eat at 1." Those are the little things that I change around all the time -- and it's all from suddenly "not being in the mood".
Here are the only things I relate to in your post:Well I think he's slow-paced because he doesn't want to get too hot-headed (he gets there really quick sometimes) and because he wants to get his point across. Maybe he thinks that everyone else is an idiot? I don't know.
Here are some thoughts: He often gets angry, goes on about what he's angry about for a minute or so. Say a driver "what the fuck is he think that fucking idiot," etc., he can go on for a minute or even longer like that. When he was younger, he used to come around the time of Easter, Christmas and his birthday, visit the grandparents, my parents, so he would get better presents. He would appear nice, but wouldn't manipulate. Later on, probably around 18, he began asking to bake something he liked.
Since he's 18, when he comes to a celebration, he comes, says hi, smiles a lot, hurries up to eat (eats a lot), and is first to go through the door, 15-30 minutes before anyone else goes out (celebration usually lasts about 30-60 minutes).
He also does things like avoiding the questions that he doesn't know the answers to. He says "well who knows about _____," instead of "I don't know," which is what I say.
I think he's a much better fit for ESTJ than for an ENTJ, ESFJ or ENFJ. I don't think he's an introvert because he's rather loud - the getting angry stuff. He also likes hanging out with a few of his friends, organizing meetings, going to the clubs, doing drugs, etc..
I think you can at least somewhat relate to this.
- Hanging out with friends, organizing meetings, going to clubs
- Often getting angry.
Besides that, there's a lot I don't relate to. I think the way he treats the family seems very selfish and inconsiderate, and I don't relate to it at all. He also seems pretty bad at being concise -- a trait that I thought ESTJs were naturally gifted at. If I go off on a several minute rant at someone, it doesn't involve me saying the same thing over and over, and it never is from anything as simple as a bad driver. There's only so much you can say about a bad driver: "They drove really poorly. What's up with that??" Maybe I'd rant a little about bad drivers in general, i.e. broadening the topic a little, but even then that adds, what, thirty seconds maximum? And if I'm really ranting about something that annoys me, I'll be talking as fast as I think; my slow and deliberate speech is something I save for emotional dealings, when I have to be very careful with my words for fear of walking all over someone's feelings.
Definitely.Question 1: Do you care much how you look? For example, would you stand around, turn left and right, touch your hair, etc., in front of a mirror for 30-60s before going out? Likely making some kind of "control" face.
I don't ignore them saying "you don't know the details". When they say that, my reaction is always "Well then tell me! I can't give you good advice if you don't give me all the data!"Question 2: Do you take in information from someone, make an opinion and give an advice to someone who you think needs one while ignoring him saying "you don't know the details?"
Generally, though, I do give advice based on the information I have at the moment -- because I presume that people aren't keeping data from me. Sometimes that presumption is correct, and sometimes it isn't.
Questions like "do you believe in god"? What questions are similar to that? Do you mean, probing questions? Philosophical questions?Question 3: Do you avoid questions like "do you believe in god?"