15 Cartoons Introverts Will Perfectly Understand
Let’s get this straight: Introverts are not necessarily shy nor have withdrawn from society. We have simply made a conscientious decision to forgo idle chitchat in favor of our own company. That doesn’t mean we don’t have friends or loved ones. We just don’t like talking to them. Here are a few cartoons from the ‘Reader’s Digest’ vault that shed light on our state of mind.
Introverts are not looking to impress.
Donna Barstow for Reader's Digest
We have a few good friends, and that’s all we have the bandwidth for. Check out 20 relatable daily life cartoons that prove life is funnier than any stand-up routine.
An introvert’s best friend is a good book washed down with a glass of Chardonnay
P.C. Vey for Reader's Digest
And we wouldn’t have it any other way.
It’s true: We introverts sometimes need a little push to find others
Feggo for Reader's Digest
Building relationships isn’t as easy as it is for our extroverted counterparts. We get overwhelmed quickly and need a nap after five minutes of small talk. Take a look at these 30 hilarious love and marriage cartoons that are so true.
We introverts don’t mean to come off as remote
Scott Nickel for Reader's Digest
Honest. We’d tell you in person, but we’d rather not. Need an extra push to get you through the week? Check out these 30 funny work cartoons that are sure to make your day fly by.
We introverts like our privacy
John Grimes for Reader's Digest
So please, don’t poke and prod if we’ve expressed that we don’t want to talk about something.
We introverts may be quiet…
Kim Warp for Reader's Digest
But that doesn’t mean we don’t have big dreams. Read these 9 travel cartoons if you’ve ever had a terrible or embarrassing travel story.