So yes, I went to a bowling alley last night and I am now physically, emotionally, and psychologically exhausted. It was a complete over stimulation of the senses to the point that I don't want to go outside for at least a week. The lights. The loud music. The large crowd. . . .The dude that was bowling in the alley next to me that felt it necessary to instantly look back at me for approval after every strike even though I have no idea who he is and hopefully will never see him again.
During this adventure (I didn't play because I am on the injured list) I was thinking about how team sports are extroverted, in general, and individual sports seem to attract introverts based on the obvious need to look inside rather outside. However, bowling in an individual sport that can be played in teams, although it is an individual sport nonetheless.
So here's the question: Is bowling an extroverted sport in that it draws an interest predominantly from extroverts? Or is it an anomaly in that introverts are drawn to the game since it is, in essence, an individual sport?