“All our lives, introverts have known there was something wrong with large parties. We just couldn’t quite put our finger on what it was, and even if we could, we would have probably kept it to ourselves. We now look prescient rather than merely neurotic.”
For a long time I thought my "next-day anxiety" was because of drinking. After a few weeks of drinking alone ... turns out it's because I had socially interacted 🙂
"All our lives, introverts have known there was something wrong with large parties. We just couldn’t quite put our finger on what it was, and even if we could, we would have probably kept it to ourselves," Andrew Ferguson writes.
We introverts always hated parties with 10 or more people anyway.
"All our lives, introverts have known there was something wrong with large parties. We just couldn’t quite put our finger on what it was, and even if we could, we would have probably kept it to ourselves," Andrew Ferguson writes.
I feel personally trolled. I MISS PEOPLE JUST ANY PEOPLE.
“I am not usually one to see a glass as half full, especially when any idiot can see it’s half empty, as it is right now. But the new quarantine regime...has relieved considerable pressure on the introvert community.” — Andrew Ferguson, wit and introvert
"All our lives, introverts have known there was something wrong with large parties. We just couldn’t quite put our finger on what it was, and even if we could, we would have probably kept it to ourselves.," Andrew Ferugson writes
"Hugs, long a source of terror for us, are now generally understood to be as violent and unwelcome as decapitation."
Also for germaphobes and preppers.
"I am not usually one to see a glass as half full, especially when any idiot can see that it’s half empty, as it is right now." Always read Andy Ferguson
Springtime for Introverts: " I and millions like me have been trying to self-isolate for years. We are the hopeful practitioners of antisocial distancing."