Introvert Files has a Twitter! You can find it here.
Now, if you are one of the many people out there who aren’t quite sure what to do with Twitter, one thing it’s good for is letting out some minor aggravations and finding others who feel the same way. One way of doing that is searching hash tags, and one I enjoy browsing is #IntrovertProblems. I usually find something I can relate to, such as;
Alex seems to be of the generation of introverts that I feel especially sorry for, the one that grew up with cell phones and were expected to be in contact with their friends at all times. Being a tired, old, decrepit twenty-six year old, I’m not expected to answer a text right away. I suppose I’m expected to answer the phone when someone calls, but screw that.
It costs more, but I love living alone.
I wish for a hidden lake behind a forest that no one knew about except me… so I can just chill with me myself and I. #introvertproblems
— Arsani G. (@_arsani) May 27, 2013
I dream about stuff like this. I’ve discovered, though, that if I go to Mont-Royal early enough (really early, like 5 AM) and stay off the main paths, it’s almost like I have the whole place to myself.
went outside and exercised for 20 minutes yesterday = sore and sunburned #introvertproblems
— megan cates (@mmaegun) May 26, 2013
More proof that nothing good comes from leaving my house. Not that I needed more proof.
#introvertproblems: you’re lonely but you don’t like people and you’re convinced everyone you do like doesn’t like you.
— Emmie (@emmiesunshine) May 25, 2013
I don’t know if this is an actual introvert problem, but it’s one I totally relate to.