15 Unmistakable, Outrageously Secret Signs You Are an Extrovert
“Here are 15 Unmistakable, Outrageously Secret Signs You Are an Extrovert.
- You do not justify your social impediments as charming quirks indicative of a secretly brilliant personality.
- You interact with other humans in orthodox ways and sometimes it’s fun and sometimes it’s not and mostly it’s whatever.
- You seem OK; those around you do not constantly feel the need to ask, “Are you OK?”
- People like you.
- You get it done.
- You communicate emotions, fears, and desires to relevant parties in a clear way.
- You don’t ruin camping trips, birthday parties, Christmas parties, office parties, bachelor parties, bachelorette parties, murder mystery parties, anniversary parties, bonfires, sleepovers, vacations, group projects, brunches, lunches, bridal showers, baby showers, concerts, and road trips simply by being yourself.
- Sometimes you do things alone without tweeting “OHHHH MY GODDDD I LOVE TO DO THINGS ALOOOOONE!!!!!!!!! #INTROVERT”
- When you go to a party, you do not silently slide up against a wall and wait for someone to inquire about the mystery guest.
- You never understood why the premise of MTV’s MADE was that random girls who had never previously expended any effort to participate in school activities or interact with people outside their cloistered friend group are somehow purer of heart and more deserving of being voted homecoming queen than girls who are well-liked and popular.
- More broadly, you have known the carefree joy of rooting for the favorite.
- When you want to stay in, you just do it without making a big, aggrieved production about how it is absolutely essential for you to stay in sometimes—you need to do it, you just have to recharge—because you have extreme intermittent photosensitivity…OF THE SOUL.
- You speak at a volume perceivable by humans.
- You don’t obsess over the possibility that occasionally liking to perform activities solo (reading, going for walks, etc.) makes you extremely unique.
- You read an online article about introverts in the last month and thought, “Haha that is some!” (That’s not you. You just love being part of a group.)”