Being an introvert means to be a world of himself, having some own unsolved problems, having limitations of himself and they are their biggest partner only.
Being social is not the business of an introvet while being away from being social is the biggest business of any introvet in the whole day.
For the world, introverts are little strange, but in reality, they are the owners of endless talents even locking themselves in the room for all day
They have humor, intelligence, and understanding of the world. If there is something that they do not have, is coming in front of the people with their talents.
Due to some strange and marvelous reasons, they find happiness for themselves and the test of other choice is a none of their test of choice.
“Everyone, pick a partner.” Me: pic.twitter.com/Fj4w23ylx0
— Introvert Problems (@introvertprobzz) September 9, 2017
The best things in life are free… from people.
— Introvert Life (@IntrovertLiving) March 18, 2018
1.5 hours of socializing this morning = still recovering 1.5 hours later #introvertproblems
— Jenn Granneman (@JennGranneman) March 19, 2018
Me and phone calls…
This comic is from my new book ‘Quiet Girl in a Noisy World’: https://t.co/OeNAnhakVM
— Debbie Tung (@WheresMyBubble) January 31, 2018
— Marzi (@IntrovertDoodle) March 13, 2018
I stay up late because after 10PM is the only time of day that no one expects me to do anything for them.
— Shower Thoughts (@TheWeirdWorld) March 26, 2018
I have to wait until the coast is clear.
— Debbie Tung (@WheresMyBubble) February 26, 2018
Millennials were told not to talk to strangers as children, and as a result, we don’t.
— Shower Thoughts (@TheWeirdWorld) March 22, 2018
I hate to cancel. I know we made plans to get together tonight but that was two hours ago. I was younger then, and full of hope.
— Marly (@VerbsRProudest) October 3, 2014
You call this an awkward silence, but I assure you, this silence is less awkward than anything I might say.
— Goats? (@Gooooats) August 18, 2016
I get paid to be nice at work. Not sure why my family and friends expect that for free.
— Northern Lights 💀 (@PinkCamoTO) March 19, 2014
NEW WIFE: So what do we do now?
ME: Slowly die together I guess.
— RedruM (@dorsalstream) March 13, 2018
— #1 kim hater (@apunkgrl) August 21, 2016
— njh (@funfestniall) July 20, 2015
Socially anxious people often have good senses of humour because the best way to exit a conversation is to walk away during laughter.
— Shower Thoughts (@TheWeirdWorld) March 22, 2018
I’m sorry I didn’t answer when you called my phone. I don’t use it for that.
— heather boo* (@heatherlou_) July 24, 2015
Me: Why isn’t there more kindness in the world?
Also me: I hope I don’t have to talk to anybody today.
— Abby Heugel (@AbbyHasIssues) September 19, 2017
Introvert dream homes pic.twitter.com/FPZOXYrA2Q
— Introvert Life (@IntrovertLiving) March 1, 2017
“This is a mistake”
-I whisper as I leave my house
— Swishergirl (@Swishergirl24) March 21, 2014
Major disappointment for a teen: not being invited to a party.
Major disappointment for an adult: being invited to a party.
— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) October 26, 2016
FRIEND: do u want to hang out this weekend
ME: generic excuse
FRIEND: did u just say “generic excuse”
— Bob Vulfov (@bobvulfov) February 10, 2016
How to make small talk with an introvert in three easy steps:
2. Don’t do it
3. Teach others the first two steps
— Introvert Life (@IntrovertLiving) January 16, 2016
Sorry I’m late, just didn’t want to come, so I was trying to limit the amount of time I’d be here. I’ll leave early, too. Anyway what’s up?
— keith (@tchrquotes) October 3, 2015
ME: Wanna get out of here and *looks around nervously* go to separate places separately?
— Caitlin (@caithuls) October 25, 2017
I’m having an introvert party and you’re all not invited.
— Sarcasticsapien (@Sarcasticsapien) October 1, 2015
Introverts have fun too, we just don’t care if you know…
— Boyd’s Backyard™ (@TheBoydP) October 11, 2014
My life would be so much easier if it wasn’t for that thing…God, what is that thing called…other people.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) January 15, 2016
75% of my FitBit steps are from avoiding other parents at school functions.
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) October 4, 2017
me: i’m so lonely. why doesn’t anyone ever ask to hang out??
me: *never replies to texts* *likes being alone*
— Jamie Curry (@jaamiecurry) April 22, 2016
Stranger: Hey, nice to meet you!
Me, to self: Okay, you can do this, just say hi. Do I shake his hand? Wait, what was his name? Did he tell me his name? Am I sweating? WAIT! I’m taking too long to respond!
Me: David is the word of my name. Want a shake of hands?#Introvert
— David D.H. Shin (@DavidDHShin) October 1, 2018
The Introvert Hotline
Every time you call the number they give you an excuse to avoid plans or leave the social gathering you’re at.
— Introvert Life (@IntrovertLiving) September 7, 2018
— Syd Collado (@SydCollado) September 28, 2018
After years of research and experiments I have perfected my art of small talks.
Mondays and Tuesdays: how was your weekend?
Wednesday: It’s little chilly outside.
— Ashish Menkudale (@ashishmenkudale) October 2, 2018
A penny for your thoughts and a dollar for your silence. #introvertproblems
— Mombie Talk 👻 (@Toddler2Talk) October 2, 2018
— Millennial Life Crisis (@ohmillennials) September 28, 2018
— Introvert’s Guide to Life (@IntrovertsGTL) September 10, 2018
I speak Introvert fluently. pic.twitter.com/4KHbhQ5TcK
— Marzi (@IntrovertDoodle) September 12, 2018
— Natalie (@natvan) October 1, 2018
— UnitedIntroverts (@UIntroverts) October 1, 2018
— Introvert, Dear (@IntrovertDear) September 28, 2018
When plans get cancelled pic.twitter.com/O7l89iPwyu
— Rebecca Hogg (@beccahogg) October 2, 2018