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This is a discussion on Introverts! Do extroverts ever annoy you? within the General Psychology forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; My best friend is very extroverted. He does have the ability to annoy me very much some times. Usually when ...

  1. #11

    My best friend is very extroverted. He does have the ability to annoy me very much some times. Usually when he's distracting me from trying to keep my cool.

  2. #12

    Extroverts don't normally bother me, with two exceptions:

    1. ENFPs that sow discord (for instance revealing embarrassing personal confidences of others in a group) just to cause a stir and feed off the energy.

    2. ESTJs when they get all loud and pompous on some political / social topic.
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  3. #13

    Honestly, extroverts don't annoy me any more than introverts do. Seriously. Yeah, extroverts tend to be more talkative than introverts and that can be annoying at times, but it is also really annoying when you are trying to talk to an introvert and they just don't talk at all.

    Also, don't believe my profile, I really am an xNFP, I just have been feeling more extroverted lately.

  4. #14

    to answer the thread question: yes
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  5. #15

    It's only annoying when you are an introvert and your roommate is an extrovert and you want to sleep. But they want to talk.
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  6. #16

    Hells yea. Damn vampires. Damn oblivious vampires.
    Exceptions may exist. I just haven't met one. Yet.
    The few E friends I have are worth the soul-sucking energy drain they constantly create - but they're still vampires, and still I can't be around them for all that long.
    No, communication doesn't help. I tried.

  7. #17

    Yes...However I do know some extroverts who are perfectly fine..it's just they require a lot of effort to be with to be honest. I can't find something interesting to say every minute of the day.
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  8. #18

    People annoy me all the time. Attention whores are no exception...but I know both introverted and extroverted attention whores. It doesn't have anything to do with whether or not they're an attention whore....perhaps how they present their need is different...doesn't matter though, it grates all the same.

    So I deal with attention whores by refusing to respond to them. They'll figure it out on their own and if they don't...well, they won't be pestering me in the meantime.
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  9. #19

    Quote Originally Posted by screamofconscious View Post
    People annoy me all the time. Attention whores are no exception...but I know both introverted and extroverted attention whores. It doesn't have anything to do with whether or not they're an attention whore....perhaps how they present their need is different...doesn't matter though, it grates all the same.

    So I deal with attention whores by refusing to respond to them. They'll figure it out on their own and if they don't...well, they won't be pestering me in the meantime.
    attention whores seem to kick themselves in the ass without me even saying anything.

    one of my friends is known for saying "I feel ignored" while playing sideman to a conversation I am having with another friend.

    this of course leads her to receive some rather nasty looks. she doesn't seem to know that it is rude to interrupt conversations for any reason that isn't important nor does she know how to spectate a conversation rather than play an active role in it.
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  10. #20

    Not usually, I like their energy and I like being energetic with them - then again, my introversion is not very high. I compete for attention as much as they do, if I bother; I usually TALK and amaze and they usually DO and amaze (or both). If I'm in the background, I tend to become envious and literally walk away from the scene.

    The only time it's annoying is when, as with everything, it gets excessive. At which point, I would just tell them to stop, like people tell me to stop and hush when I get carried away. Happens to me with my ENTP buddy. He just pushes it sometimes, like really man, Family Guy is not THAT funny...

    (Bah, what am I talking about, I ROFL for 10 minutes on a daily basis just from hearing my roommate make funny voices.)
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