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Sometimes i really wonder if i really am an introvert. I do call myself an introvert but sometimes i doubt if i really am one. I dont have problem with people, i actually like people, its just that i only like particular kind of people.. and there are people in front of whom i feel extremely nervous or uncomfortable, so much so that i would hide or run to avoid them.

I have never been able to understand the difference between the people i like and people i dont like, they are same kind of people, there is hardly any difference. No matter how i try to deduce their character i m unable to understand the reason for my uncomfortableness among some people. The world seems to be clearly divided, and its not that i need time to hate these people, i hate people mostly in first look, even if they have never talked to me.

Yesterday was fun, drank with 5 people one among them was communist bechare ki maa chud gayi, made a lot of fun about communists, when you drink in kerala you invariably end up talking politics at the end, it mainly happens with mainstreamers, not when a bunch of losers like us are drinking. Its then that i thought i dont really corroborate to the standard definition of an introvert, i actually like people, the more of them the better. Even people i meet on internet, i simply like them or i hate them, even thou i have never met them or know them.


Written by maya

September 29, 2012 at 8:49 am

Posted in ramblings

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  1. yes…there is a difference between introversion and shyness. being shy means being uncomfortable in any kind of social interaction whereas being an introvert means who don’t particularly like social interaction with anybody and everybody, you enjoy your own company and the company of a select few. they are of course not mutually exclusive. you can be like 70% introvert, 10% extrovert and 20% shy.


    September 29, 2012 at 9:13 am

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