Do you pay attention to hospitality cues or place importance any in them? Would someone practicing poor hospitality affect your impression of them (such as attending a party or trying to meet people within a pre-established group?)
Example: (This may sound like a rant, but I intend it to be more of an observation and pursue it out of curiosity)
I was invited to dinner last night with two new friends, both of whom knew the other since childhood. They were very kind and engaging with me for the first 10 minutes of conversation as we drove to a restaurant, but for the majority of the night they proceeded to tell inside stories between each other, and did very little to draw me into any subject of conversation.
I have to wonder if this is type related, manners, or simply lack of awareness. On top of that, I found myself genuinely trying to disassociate their lack of hospitality from them as individuals, as not to affect my impressions of them as I listened.
What's your experience?
Perhaps I've just moved around enough in my life to know the difficulties of making new friends. I'd like to think I'm extremely sensitive to displaying proper hospitality cues, be it at my home or when helping an outsider integrate within a new group.
But the fascinating thing that socionics (and marriage) have taught me is to remember that not everyone thinks like you, nor do they pick up on all the same cues. There may be other things I'm completely oblivious to, but this particular thing just seems to be so obvious to me.