Annoying: “Causing irritation.”
Okay, this really comes down to how you personally describe “irritation.” Some may be annoyed because one doesn’t speak enough (extroverts,) however most are bothered (or annoyed) by those who talk too much. However, after discovering a second poll (you may have seen the first poll in the which type is the most argumentative blog entry, I have discovered some strange patterns:
Now when I was originally researching for this blog entry, I was almost certain that most people would lead to a type such as ESTP. However, I began to realize that the classic types that are annoying are ESFJ’s, as described above. Does anybody remember Donkey from Shrek? I know that may seem like a bad example but he was a definite ESFJ. His main cognitive function was Fe, meaning he constantly wanted to talk to his companions and never wanted to stop chatting with them. He was a typical annoying person! Extroverted due to the fact that he never stopped talking to Shrek, sensing due to the fact that he let Shrek do the leading, he kind of just went with the flow, feeling due to the fact that he was easily offended and he was never mean to the other characters, and judging due to the fact that his main function was definitely Fe.
Extroverts are definitely more annoying than introverts. Extroverts spend their time blabbing away to introverts, when really introverts just want to be by themselves for a bit. However, extroverts are constantly bothering introverts and never give them any peace and quiet.
I don’t really see much of a problem between sensors and intuitive people. Except, one important factor which contributes to how annoying somebody is, is when they constantly correct you, which sensors often do. Sensors are often too technical and do not listen to your ideas because they “do not make sense.” They often do not even consider the idea unless it is completely straightforward, which contributes to how annoying they are. Also, they often try too hard to fit in with societies trends, which can strongly irritate intuitive people.
This part was a close match. Whilst most feelers argue that thinkers are too honest and rude, most thinkers debate back that feelers are too clingy and emotional, which can really bother people. They often cry over nothing, and they are always trying to be friendly when thinkers are trying to think over something logically. This proves feelers are more annoying than thinkers, but only slightly.
Judgers are definitely more annoying than perceivers. They do not take any risks, and they often follow you around. They are very repetitive with their routines and do not do anything different, which make things less boring.
From this data and deconstruction, it is clear that ESFJ’s are the most annoying type.
Which MBTI type do you think? Leave your opinion in the comments section below!