With some introverts, you have to peel off a number of lids before they'll truly open up. And sometimes the ring on their personal lid is broken. In that case, don't try to open them up with a knife. They'll just run away.
With these homes, you never have to worry about getting bothered by a neighbor like Urkel or Kramer. You never have to worry about solicitors knocking on your door while you're watching Netflix. But maybe try to avoid the home on the lower left side, because you'll probably have to hire someone to maintain that lawn.
Yes, many introverts have a "social battery" that gets drained after too much socializing. It can only be recharged with extended alone time. And that will have to do, at least until somebody invents the alone time extension cord.
Headphones are an introvert's way of saying, "Yes, I know I'm currently out and about in the world. However, I still don't feel like interacting with society at the moment." Remember this code if you want to avoid being on the receiving end of an introvert's death stare.
"You want me to call the doctor myself? But that would mean talking to an actual human person in a situation where I can't even see their facial expressions! Maybe I should just hope that this broken leg somehow heals itself."
Apparently there are some people who will just walk up to a stranger and start a conversation. And they can do this without the urge to run in the opposite direction or throw up. Who are these magical beings?
When giraffes go to a jungle party, they apparently like to lay low as much as possible. Eat some leaves, drink some water, and maybe look at their iPhone for a bit. And a half hour later, giraffes definitely leave the party with an Irish goodbye.
If you're an introvert, maybe it would help to follow Kim Kardashian's lead. First, hire yourself a bodyguard. Then, if you're in an uncomfortable social situation, just have that bodyguard whisk you away to the nearest limo.