Intermediate

Why we find people so annoying

Have you met someone truly “toxic”? What do you think made them that way? In this episode, Lis and Rob discuss the “Fundamental Attribution Error” – when we try to explain someone’s behavior based mostly on their personality and don’t think enough about the situation they are in.
Rob

Rob

Inglés

Lis

Lis

Colombiana

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Transcript

[00:00:05]
Translation

Welcome to the Spanish Obsessed podcast. It's Lis and Rob. In this episode we talk about why we dislike some people, and the fundamental mistake we're all making when we give our opinions about other people. Visit Spanishobsesssed.com for the full transcript and notes. They are currently only available to Pro members.

Rob

[00:00:34]
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Good morning, Lis. Another day in nature heard here.

[00:00:40]
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That's right. In the land where the sun warms.

Rob

[00:00:44]
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And me happy, surrounded by my coffee farms.

[00:00:47]
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That's right. And the weather has been nice these last few days. I've felt cold again. Which I never imagined I would want to feel cold because last week it was awful.

Rob

[00:01:01]
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But we really are in a paradise now. But well. Question of the day, to introduce the topic. Have you, Lissett, met anyone you really consider toxic?

[00:01:13]
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Yes, I think I have. And I have three candidates.

Rob

[00:01:20]
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You've got a list there. Toxic people in Lis's life.

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