Intro vs. Extro Quickie

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MrCawfle
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Intro vs. Extro Quickie

Postby MrCawfle » Fri Apr 14, 2017 12:39 pm

My B-I-L told me this. He deals with a lot of guys who design buildings. The people who design one certain section tend to be more introverted. The people who design the who thing tend to be more extroverted. Anyway, I had to laugh.

An introvert is walking down the hall of an office. He's looking at his shoes.

An extrovert is walking down the hall of an office. He's looking at the other guy's shoes.

Hee hee...

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Re: Intro vs. Extro Quickie

Postby AcousticPond » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:05 pm

LOL! There may be some truth to that. I always look at my own shoes when I walk (and it would really never occur to me to look at someone else's shoes unless they were really bright or eye-catchy somehow).

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Re: Intro vs. Extro Quickie

Postby MrCawfle » Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:44 am

AcousticPond wrote:LOL! There may be some truth to that. I always look at my own shoes when I walk (and it would really never occur to me to look at someone else's shoes unless they were really bright or eye-catchy somehow).


Now, I've practiced Zen. To be fully
aware is to be aware of both your shoes and his. But I suspect that the guy with the loud tie has a big hole in his shoe that he's never noticed. ;)


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