These Funny Tweets Are All of Us Introverts Right Now

We’re living in crazy times. One in which our governments have told us to be introverts: Stay home, avoid people in public, and no matter what, NO PARTIES.

As an introvert, I’m finding a strange comfort in social distancing. Sometimes I sigh with relief after looking at my calendar and seeing no obligations… for weeks.

On another level, I’m heartbroken for the people getting sick or losing their jobs. And don’t even get me started on the anxiety I feel about my own situation — it’s almost constant. All this to say, you can feel more than one way about something.

So, to capture the conflicting ways introverts feel right now, I present to you the best tweets I could find on this strange rollercoaster we’re all strapped into together.

Tweets That Show How Introverts Feel Right Now

1.

There’s a difference. A BIG one.

2.

Gotta admit, the extra personal space in public has been nice.

3.

Or something like that…

4.

You can’t get alone time when you’re never alone.

5.

Books, naps, games… it’s simple, really.

6.

Introverts have been preparing for this moment their entire lives.

7.

Introverts were social distancing before it was cool.

8.

I like options.

9.

Honestly where I’m at right now.

10.

I’m a HUGE introvert, but I feel this.

11.

I miss my coffee shops, bookstores…

12.

What a weird coincidence.

13.

A really bad combo.

14.

I’m good.

15.

Just my introvert imagination getting away from me.

16.

Prepare your energy now!

17.

Help, how do I get out?!

18.

Some things never change…

19.

Check on your extroverts. They are not okay.

20.

Canceling plans is my love language.

21.

So true it hurts.

22.

I really do love my alone time.

23.

Did I mention I like being left alone?

24.

Be an introvert, save the world.

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Adrienne Banks is a highly sensitive person, writer, and reluctant empath based in the Boston area. She has spent her life trying to understand what makes people happy: in their friendships, in their work, and most of all in the quiet moments that attack us with self-doubt. When she's not dealing with that bowl o' noodles, she's playing with her cat, Roosevelt Franklin, or googling the next beach to run away to.