This has happened to me more than once, and it really pisses me off, especially when it is an attractive girl. Okay, it is typically an attractive girl. I'll be with a friend, and they will have a friend with them. They will realize we don't know each other and try to introduce us. Now, this would be a good thing if the person didn't say the following: "Oh, we already know each other". Now, I would be completely fine with this if it was the case that I did indeed know the person in question; hoewever, that sometimes is not the case. Just because we sat in the same room in a group of people on one or multiple occasions and maybe played the name game (but never spoke directly to each other) does not mean that we know each other! We need to actually talk and make a connection in order to know each other. One girl did this who I did not even know the name of, and why didn't I know her name? I had never spoken to her. She knew my name because I got forced to volunteer at a presentation that she was also at, and everyone there learned my name as I was embarrassed in front of all of them by the crazy lady who was presenting. Does this annoy anyone else? Does this happen to anyone else? Is it just an INFJ or personality thing to want to actually know the person before you say you know them? Or, is this happening because these people, usually attractive women, don't really care about getting to know me? (Okay, I'm sure that is part of it, but I want my other questions answered anyway). Other languages like French and Spanish shouldn't have this problem because they have the difference between Tu and Vous/Vos forms of verb tenses, so a person can't mistake knowing a person personally for knowing a person formally or knowing of a person. People anger me.