my dad was a lot like this and i typed him SLI. i wouldn't describe him as ever seeming butthurt though in any fashion. he came across a little as the "strong silent type" and would rarely reveal vulnerability. with Si dominant, supposedly their
ignoring comes out in private. in my dad's case he was explosively angry about quite a few things in life, but would keep a stopper on it in public. most people who knew him publicly never saw it at all. SLI can sometimes even have a warm public face i've observed that hides their internal negative feelings (which may be intense).
he also would often get angry about things not working or functioning properly - which could make sense in that
might supposedly be very aware of how things function, how they work, how they *should* be functioning. he would become very irritable and frustrated if something wasn't working, and could get explosively angry in response.
i don't know if all
dominants have such a powerful and forceful use of the ignoring function. my dad could be very intimidating, controlling and overpowering. and it was often about things like someone else not doing something the right way (or that might be what started it).
although frankly i think the OP could describe me much better. i can get irritated regarding little things that are a hassle that i wish would just be dealt with and go away rather than having to struggle so much with them. i've been described as "whiny" for the most part so my expression of anger may come out pathetically. i can't really tell how forceful my anger is. but generally the things most likely to upset and frustrate me can be things like having to carry an awkward object with me and not knowing what to do with it but i feel i must keep track of it so it's a constant irritation in the background... or trying to open something... or something that is a long tedious process where i'm likely to mess up on every other step because of the degree of detailed perfection needed not to mess it up.