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#341 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
I just wish more people would figure this out rather then insisting on talking to me about things I really don't care to talk about then just assuming I'm in a bad mood, like my mom does incredibly often. It isn't rocket science.
User avatar #328 - cormy (07/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
And what about those who have boundless energy and try to force it on you and then when you actually react to them they can't handle your level so you're forced to retreat again because you leave them in the dust?
I am entirely extroverted but much prefer to be alone for fear of being 100% entertainment and not giving anything of any value. i.e. I have no energy alone (being an extrovert and all) and so when people try to get me to do stuff, I take EVERYTHING from them and typically surpass their previous energy levels =\
So... What's happening there? Introverts with enough stored energy trying to interact with me and then me sapping all that strength away for myself?
User avatar #280 - Bravechampion (07/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
What does it mean if I don't like being around people, but I also have no personal space...?
User avatar #270 - chiefrunnyjeans (07/13/2013) [-]
this is pretty accurate. for me, I'm somewhere in between extrovert and introvert.
#260 - mikeymikee (07/13/2013) [+] (5 replies)
This is the stupidest thing I've read today.   
   
I'll admit, I have some of these traits, but this post makes it seem like introverts are magical, delicate, superior beings that choose worthy enough people to give "energy" to. Maybe if it was explained in a much more grounded way, it wouldn't bother me like this.   
MFW this looks like something an anti-social teen who thinks they're introverted would say put on Facebook   
   
   
I'm not bashing introverts, I'm just bashing the way this explained it
This is the stupidest thing I've read today.

I'll admit, I have some of these traits, but this post makes it seem like introverts are magical, delicate, superior beings that choose worthy enough people to give "energy" to. Maybe if it was explained in a much more grounded way, it wouldn't bother me like this.
MFW this looks like something an anti-social teen who thinks they're introverted would say put on Facebook


I'm not bashing introverts, I'm just bashing the way this explained it
User avatar #167 - asmodeusmx (07/12/2013) [-]
being introverted is really frustrating you want to express your opinions, talk to people but is always something pulling you back
User avatar #112 - nexcell (07/12/2013) [-]
i.. i think this explains me
#111 - IronWill (07/12/2013) [-]
So, if introvert is low on energy and they feel lonely, how ****** they are?
User avatar #101 - Shiny (07/12/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I don't mind being asked to be social and active and will gladly accept if it isn't fun, but my main idea of fun is sitting quietly in a comfortable spot and working on my computer (as in doing **** , not just dicking around online), and while I don't expect people to understand things I prefer to keep to myself, when someone tells me that they feel sorry for me and volunteer to "help" me when they see me alone I want to throttle their ******* neck.
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User avatar #80 - alalalalal (07/12/2013) [-]
I read it first as "Guide understanding to the introverted"...
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User avatar #13 - Hashenmier (07/12/2013) [-]
there's actually a theory that suggests that the brain gives out its own stimulation for everybody. The more introverted a person is, the more stimulation the brain provide on its own (the brain stimulating itself causes the introversion), extroverts need outside stimuli (i.e. other people) to maintain the level of stimulus introverts naturally have.

Which I reckon has some merit because it allows for people like me who think introverts and have the personality traits that introverts are labelled with, but still 'get their energy from other people"
User avatar #11 - thepastryistrue (07/12/2013) [-]
I don't consider myself to be an introvert, but most of these advices still apply to me. It's what I'd call polite behaviour.
User avatar #351 - srskate (07/13/2013) [+] (4 replies)
This instructions sound as if someone is telling me how to care for a very expensive and ridiculous cat.
User avatar #383 to #351 - tenthdoctorrocks (08/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, except you don't have to feed/buy stuff for/play with introverted people.
User avatar #67 - tkuja (07/12/2013) [-]
this feels obnoxious
User avatar #337 - ThatsMyFaceWhen (07/13/2013) [-]
Hi

I am an introvert

I understand that I'm an introvert and what that implies

I don't think all extroverts are drunks and party freaks who like to **** everything and do drugs

I even have some extrovertive traits sometimes and understand that labeling myself "introvert" doesn't define me in every possible way

I am a rare specimen indeed
#289 - anonymous (07/13/2013) [-]
Lol @ all the losers flocking to this like it's some savior excuse for them being hopelessly alone.
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