I'm mostly an inpatient person.
- Patient.25% (5)53% (9)38% (14)Vote
- Inpatient.50% (10)35% (6)43% (16)Vote
- I don't care. (See Results)5% (1)0% (0)3% (1)Vote
- It depends.20% (4)12% (2)16% (6)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
I consider myself a patient person.. but I will use an example as to when I am not, say that if I walk into a bank or something to cash a pay check or something like that and the line of people is already deep, and two tellers are working and four others are in the back doing some sort of paper work or just talking.. I will step up to someone I think is in charge.. or find out who is and voice my opinion and say.. hey like these tellers should take care of the dam line up first.. before they start doing that stuff.. what sort of a bank is this anyways.. but most times I do have a lot of patience1
Most Helpful Girl
It really depends.
I don't think people are strictly in (one box). It depends on the time, place and what is occurring.
For the most part, I'd say I am patient but there are times I can be impatient. For example, several months ago (I left my home early on my way to work). I leave early in case of delay.
However, the train I was on, was stuck on the track for a good 30 minutes.
I kept looking at my watch over and over, thinking "WTF! When are we going to move".
Thank God we finally did, and I was 5 minutes (before my start time of work).
See what leaving early does?
But in that moment, I felt uneasy about possibly showing up to work late (and i had no way of contacting my supervisor because I was in the tunnel).
So it really depends!1