How does an introvert become an extrovert? Is it even possible, because if their is one thing that ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ has taught me it’s ‘fake it till you make it.” Or are the two like tattoos? Pretty much permanent unless you have the money to remove yourself from it.
I call bullshit as well on how easy it is to turn from extrovert to an introvert, but the opposite is surprisingly difficult. At least in my eyes the latter is tougher than the former, though some of you may disagree. Maybe an all mighty extrovert will view this blog and post a comment like,
Person: “Wes, it isn’t as easy as it sounds. I’ve tried locking myself in my room and writing poetry and playing video games, but people like me to much to let me go.”
Me: “Well I’m sorry if I offended you, I meant no harm by it.”
Person: “Oh it’s ok Wes I just wanted you to know.”
Me: “You…you think you can give me pointers on how to be an extrovert.”
Person: “HAHAHAHA It’s impossible for an introvert to turn into an extrovert sorry!”
Me: “Fuck you buddy!”
I’ve tried my hand at being extroverted I even went to a college party, holy bajeebus that was an awful idea. All I could do was stand there frozen in a corner and for some reason I forgot how to properly talk. A girl I knew in high school was there and she surprised me, her name had a P in it. Look I’m not proud that I can’t control my spit in awkward situation. Basically it was a bad night for her and me and I imagine she posted on Facebook something along the lines of, “Weird guy from high school just spit on me! WORST NIGHT EVER!”
It’s her parents fault for putting a P in her name…
You might be thinking to yourself, ‘bajeebus, isn’t a real word’ and if you are, I will promptly tell you not to destroy my hopes and dreams.