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05 Sep 2020, 8:14 am

Psychobabble extroverts act just as annoying as negative extroverts , ( according to my worthless corpse)

Not everyone finds the same thing annoying

Many extroverts find me annoying

You can't measure annoyance

I find myself annoying

Not all extroverts are annoying all the time

But not many exceptions



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05 Sep 2020, 8:18 am

Yes.

But then, everyone does. :mrgreen:


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06 Sep 2020, 9:02 am

Nope they're fine. Autistic people can be extroverts, too you know. I have almost no introverted friends. They just don't try hard enough to related to "odd" people.


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06 Sep 2020, 9:22 pm

Not at all.

In fact, my NT girlfriend is very much an extrovert which is one of many reasons why I love her so much.


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18 Oct 2020, 1:50 pm

You definitely need both kinds of people in the world, for sure. I admire the fact some people are able to be that way but for me, even trying to talk to people sometimes is a chore.



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18 Oct 2020, 2:06 pm

Not as much as I annoy them. :lol:



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18 Oct 2020, 2:29 pm

Just realised I already answered this but anyway...

Needing other people to fuel your energy seems incredibly needy to me.

If it was needing other people to do anything else then society would shun it. Sometimes in an ableist way.

But it's seen as normal to need other people for energy/entertainment/comfort.

I need one other person for comfort tbh. And I'll struggle when she dies, hopefully a long way off.

I don't need other people for energy/entertainment. I esp don't need to be around people irl for that.



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18 Oct 2020, 2:34 pm

Quote:
But it's seen as normal to need other people for energy/entertainment/comfort.


It seems normal until I do it, then I get accused of being clingy and annoying.


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18 Oct 2020, 2:48 pm

Talkaholics are annoying. These are the people with whom you have nothing in common, and they just talk to you like they are your lifelong friend and ask inane or insane personal questions or bring up meaningless topics. "How's the weather? Enjoying the snow? How 'bout them Dodgers? You come here often? Do you like pistachios?" I often just ignore them.


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18 Oct 2020, 5:03 pm

Extroverts generally, no they don't annoy me. However the ones who accompany their speech with non-stop "talking hands - particularly exaggerated arm and hand gestures do annoy me, I don't understand why they do it and I can't stand interacting with them beyond a few seconds.



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18 Oct 2020, 7:41 pm

The world needs a mix of introverts and extroverts.

But extroverts who think theirs is the only way, who are convinced that everyone has to join in with their BS and won't get the hint, now they annoy me.

"You HAVE to join in!".

No, I really don't.

Bye bye.