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Introvert

I' M Ntry Mats
EH. tatt'
I Just" mum To Nor TALK To
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Submitted: 08/22/2013
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#1 - anonymous (08/22/2013) [+] (4 replies)
....thank you
#4 - adu (08/22/2013) [+] (26 replies)
This definition is true, but "introversion" is starting to become the new "popular tick" like OCD was about 5 years ago. So be careful with how you define yourself. There are no definite lines of introversion, only a sliding scale of how satisfied you are being alone with your own thoughts versus the need for qualia input from human interaction.
User avatar #52 - DmOnZ (08/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
There's a fine line between introversion and just being a cunt. For example ( as stated in a post a I saw while back), introverts find most social interaction physically and emotionally draining, and prefer to spend time away from people to recharge their proverbial batteries. It's not so much being a fat, lazy **** and sitting inside doing nothing, it's more doing things by yourself or with 1 or 2 people who are deemed a) are worthy enough to spend energy on or b) don't actually sap the life out of an introvert via strenuous/tense social interaction. Introverts are perfectly happy going outside, exercising, working, studying etc. etc. as long as they can do it by themselves.

TL;DR Introversion is more of a personality thing then a physical retraction from society.
#6 - yunouppercase ONLINE (08/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
i love all of you, fellow introverts

even if we'll never meet
#10 - givemethesalt (08/22/2013) [-]
Antisocial conflicts with society and is associated with sociopathy.
Asocial is opposite of being social.
User avatar #15 - misticalz (08/22/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I bet half of you people aren't actual introverts.
#90 - klaes (08/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
As someone who is more extroverted, I have no problem with introversion in the slightest. If you don't feel like in the mood for talking/hanging out, just tell me and it's chill.

However, I'm not going to treat you like a special snowflake. If social interaction under certain circumstances is exhausting for you, that's something you have to make known and address, not for extroverts to find out.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that introversion is chillax, but you can't expect people to guess what your motivations for not doing something are. Tell people once, and if they're your friends they'll leave it at that.
#21 - skullnigga (08/22/2013) [+] (11 replies)
am i the only extrovert on funnyjunk
am i the only extrovert on funnyjunk
#115 - vatra (08/22/2013) [-]
Gather around children, it's story time!
>At work
>Work at a warehouse
> Having a recharge day (for the extroverts out there that means I periodically need days where I talk to as few people as possible)
>Extreme extrovert coworker tries to talk to me, say I'm not up to it today
>Asks if I'm mad at him
>Tell him no, just don't want to talk to anyone today
>Insists I'm angry at him and starts following me around trying to get me to talk
>Starts telling others coworkers I'm angry at him and that I hate him
>Tell him not to spread rumors
>Purposely jams a box he is carrying into my shoulder
>I snap
>I walk over to him, before I can say anything he asks "are you mad at me?"
>Can't help it, respond: "You've asked if I'm mad at you over and over today, and you know what? Now I ******* am, I wasn't at first but you gave me no ******* choice purely because I didn't feel like talking today? Is that outlandish of a concept for someone to not enjoy talking all the ******* time?"
>Feel slightly better, hope I got through to him
>He responds: "no, people are only happy when they talk to each other, something is wrong with you."
>Is this asshole claiming only extroverts exist?
>Attempt to explain the difference, he just keeps shaking his head patronizingly
>Give up, haven't talked to him about anything but work since
MFW an extreme extrovert at his highest clashed with me an extreme introvert at my lowest resulting in pure frustration.
#20 - anonymous (08/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
this is so ******* stupid, just admit that youre an autistic socially awkward faggot instead of giving excuses, also "i just need to not talk to anyone for a while" a while means your whole damn lifetime? its funny how humans crave human contact but you ***** stay inside eat cheetos play video games grow your neckbeards and fap to gay anime and live off your mom's income go outside and get a job you faggot
User avatar #22 to #20 - tittystargalactica ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
You seem bothered by something.
#54 - kretash (08/22/2013) [-]
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User avatar #47 - captainfuckitall (08/22/2013) [-]
As much as I'm sure SOME people here are actually introverts, it's more common to be extroverted. People just tend to have Snowflake Syndrome and want to feel special, so they act differently than they actually are in order to seem 'cool' or 'interesting'.
#94 - christmouth (08/22/2013) [-]
Wow, people here on fj really like to label themselves.
Wow, people here on fj really like to label themselves.
#35 - infinitereaper (08/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You can be mad and depressed and be an introvert and have the two be unrelated
#200 - anonymous (08/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Wahhh I don't like social interaction wahhh why don't people appreciate my need to be alone wahhhh

Seriously FJ is turning into group therapy for all the beta crybabies of the internet, leeching off ****** old content like this that acts as affirmation of your own pathetic nature.

Every red thumb you give me only confirms my point.
#72 - stagger (08/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Or this....

#69 - darthblam (08/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I'm not mad, depressed, or anti-social, but I would love to go out and do something with friends.
The problem is that I don't have any friends nearby that I'd honestly like to go do anything with...
Call me an ass, but I can only spend so much time with my friends... At least in real life.

The friends I have online on the other hand I love to spend time with. I can't stand playing alone for a full day, the only games I can do that on anymore are like .. Skyrim.
#86 - OoJesusoO (08/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I don't know if I'm antisocial,aloof, or introverted.   
   
I can keep a decent conversation with most people and I don't mind having a conversation and chatting. I just don't go out of the way to make conversation. It depends on the people. If I know them then it's more of the fact that I don't care or I don't need to talk to them but I certainly won't mind being polite and have a nice chat if they come to me and I come to them if something pops in my head. If I don't know anyone, it's 75% of my nerves and 25% it still doesn't matter to me since I want to get this situation over and done with but I would be happy to help make the best of it. I feel like I want more friends for fun and support, but I enjoy being on my own and alone and having some peace with my thoughts most of the time. A few have called me "anti social" because at parties I don't really go into groups and start chatting out of the blue and ramble to seem interesting, I go wander around and if someone is talking of something to my interest, seems nice, or if a friend calls me over I'll come and chat. I don't want to call myself aloof because I feel that's what most anti-social people call themselves as a better name like a cynic calling themselves a realist. SO what do you think?
I don't know if I'm antisocial,aloof, or introverted.

I can keep a decent conversation with most people and I don't mind having a conversation and chatting. I just don't go out of the way to make conversation. It depends on the people. If I know them then it's more of the fact that I don't care or I don't need to talk to them but I certainly won't mind being polite and have a nice chat if they come to me and I come to them if something pops in my head. If I don't know anyone, it's 75% of my nerves and 25% it still doesn't matter to me since I want to get this situation over and done with but I would be happy to help make the best of it. I feel like I want more friends for fun and support, but I enjoy being on my own and alone and having some peace with my thoughts most of the time. A few have called me "anti social" because at parties I don't really go into groups and start chatting out of the blue and ramble to seem interesting, I go wander around and if someone is talking of something to my interest, seems nice, or if a friend calls me over I'll come and chat. I don't want to call myself aloof because I feel that's what most anti-social people call themselves as a better name like a cynic calling themselves a realist. SO what do you think?
User avatar #229 - godoftheanons (08/23/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Implying there are only two types of people.
#242 to #238 - godoftheanons (08/23/2013) [-]
Haha thanks for pointing that out to me, that cleared a lot up.

Here's some cleavage.
#221 - genma (08/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
This is honestly one of the best, simplest posts I've seen all day.
It simply takes the whiny, overdramatic reasoning of anti-social = bad and says nope.

IT's not a always a problem, and for anyone who sees this post, it won't be. It'll be calm and kind and simple.
I love this post.
Thank you OP.
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