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    Default SJ Patience/Boredom/Tolerance

    I am rarely ever "bored," but hear from my friends all the time that they're constantly fighting boredom. I was wondering if it was just me, or if this could be seen in a variety of ways. It may just be perception.

    Patience also falls under this. I have no road rage, and don't mind standing in line for ungodly amounts of time. However, when at a restaurant, having been a server and a manager, I demand good service. If I don't receive such I get any server's attention and voice my complaint for things to be fixed.

    How about y'all? I'm specifically curious about SJ's, but anyone feel free to post, SJ or not. It may turn out to be another part of type.
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    You're special.
    I'm ugly-impatient and get intensely bored with life in general. At the moment my life changes every 6 months because I'm on a working Visa, and I love it. I start going crazy by month 4.
    I would like to see how this is going to work out when I have to settle down.
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    I am impatient but try not to show it and I am easily bored but thougth that because I have mixed perferences J and P leaning sligthly toward J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    You're special.
    I'm ugly-impatient and get intensely bored with life in general. At the moment my life changes every 6 months because I'm on a working Visa, and I love it. I start going crazy by month 4.
    I would like to see how this is going to work out when I have to settle down.
    Maybe it is us that special, we don't stay long in one place we move every 1-4 years and I find that exciting

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    Yes, isn't it great. Suitcases and airports!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Yes, isn't it great. Suitcases and airports!
    Yes but I usually travel by car I have done most of the states of Australia haven't made it overseas yet

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    Oh, when those kids are are grown up! Where would you like to go?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Oh, when those kids are are grown up! Where would you like to go?
    I never thought about it my family came from France and England originally, my husband alway wanted to go to New Zealand .Where have you been? any reccomendations?

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    Only the USA and it's been good. I have a brother in London, I could never go there, I think the weather alone will have me suicidal.
    You should have ancestral Visas for France and England, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Only the USA and it's been good. I have a brother in London, I could never go there, I think the weather alone will have me suicidal.
    You should have ancestral Visas for France and England, no?
    ??? We are talking 2 hundred years ago.I don't even have a passport.England is out I don't like the cold either.Husband was talking about moving to USA because he has been on e-bay and his favorite motor bike sell cheap there :rolli:

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