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Introvert

There is so much noise about whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, and as much as I could’ve easily look them up in your generic dictionary, I chose to chill with Urban Dictionary today.

Extrovert;
Assholes who doesn’t know when to shut their goddamn mouth. Sadly they make up most of the population on Earth.

“I’m glad I’m not a rambling idiotic extrovert.”

Introvert;
Opposite of extrovert. A person who is energized by spending time alone. Often found in their homes, libraries, quiet parks that not many people know about, or other secluded places, introverts like to think and be alone.

Contrary to popular belief, not all introverts are shy. Some may have great social lives and love talking to their friends but just need some time to be alone to “recharge” afterwards. The word “Introvert” has negative connotations that need to be destroyed. Introverts are simply misunderstood because the majority of the population consists of extroverts.

Extrovert: Oh my god, you’re so shy! You need to get out more!
Introvert: But it’s so draining – I don’t have a problem with going out; I just want to stay at home and read sometimes, y’know?

“Jesse is an introvert. He doesn’t mind staying home on a Friday night.


So from that definition, I’m most definitely an introvert – and quite frankly, it’s just a stupid label. What should it matter than you don’t jump around like a drunk loony every weekend? In fact I love clubbing so much, I can count how often I’ve been on one hand.

*catch the sarcasm m8*

An article on Elite Daily stated that people presume introverts are boring – like heck we aren’t! Just because we spend more time indulging in a book and a glass of wine or a marathon of Orange Is The New Black does not mean that we are socially inadequate to ask out for a night. Sure we will probably decline but you’re always invited over for some board games – who doesn’t love Monopoly?

Staying inside is fabulous. However an open fire would certainly increase the appeal of staying inside throughout winter – but seriously, who goes out in winter when you have the appealing comfort and warmth of a couch?

I mean I’m sure the nightlife is fabulous but isn’t a Netflix marathon with a ton of junk food better?

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