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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Maybe but if you do some math, lets say over a 7 day period the introvert gets 5 invites to 5 different parties, and only goes to 2. Not quite half of the parties.

    Now the extravert gets invited to only one. And goes to that one.
    that's 100%.

    Still, the introvert went to more parties in the end, and therefore, was more social this week.

    (In other words, its all situational, I think.)
    I was being a smartass, but yeah, it is situational. Although I think we could break it down further and say that the introvert went to two parties but only staid for one hour at each one, while the extrovert went to one party for the whole night and into the next day. Lol.
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    you can be an outgoing introvert though...right? i mean...it's just a difference of processing things externally or internally isn't it?
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    But in that hour, the introvert may have talked to 10 different people both times. (Since he's so friendly.)

    and the extrovert talked to one for the entire night. (Everyone avoided him.)



    (can't resist attempting to out-smartass someone.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    you can be an outgoing introvert though...right?
    Yeah...The need isn't there though. Outgoing for a goal, yes--Such as getting a job or getting a date. Assertive, yes. Social dynamo, only for a week until they give up.

    i mean...it's just a difference of processing things externally or internally isn't it?
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    okay
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    But in that hour, the introvert may have talked to 10 different people both times. (Since he's so friendly.)

    and the extrovert talked to one for the entire night. (Everyone avoided him.)



    (can't resist attempting to out-smartass someone.)
    But the introvert drank (to help loosen up) and became wasted...and his "talking" amounted to shouting obscenities at ten different people. The extrovert, OTOH, had one meaningful conversation with that one person.

    Shall we carry this further?
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    the extravert most likely did not just talk to one person though...right? i mean...i never do that.
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    lol! I'd love to but I guess we can leave it there.

    In the end, the friendly, sweet introvert became belligerent and obscene, and the loud obnoxious extrovert had a deep meaningful conversation. Who woulda thought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    the extravert most likely did not just talk to one person though...right? i mean...i never do that.
    An extrovert would have to be pretty hated to only be able to talk to one person at a party. I've never seen it happen.

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    yeah...i'm pretty sure i have never done that...i don't even have to know anyone there...but i will by then end of the night.
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