I was driving along in a blizzard one day, looking around for the lines on the road, paying attention to slippery spots, feeling the vibrations of the car and pumping the break if sliding a little, speeding up and slowing down as needed. I realized how much I was using my Se.
One thought led to the other and in the end I came to conclusion that snow-driving was an SP activity.
you have an issue with the word "contract" and thus go through 11 cell phone contracts in one year without paying the termination fee and keeping the same phone number!
you go into your old job, a grocery store, and flip a light switch that you just noticed just to see what it would do and thus shutting down all the lights in the store thus making it complete darkness and while everyone else is freaking out you laugh it off and flip the switch back on.
you get fired from wal-mart.
You also have trouble with the word "commitment" which could also lead to the above and many other problems.
ahha, I'm no SP, but I never understood what's the problem with driving with snow either. You just, you know, drive.
In the end, I love doing many of the activities that have been listed here, really, even if I'm not SP