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as an introvert, i can only say: yes, exactly!
Isn’t Extrovert more common usage? Great look in the second panel, made me smile! 🙂
Another introvert here… you simply MUST make this one available for sale!
Hi Dave! 🙂
I’m also an introvert, and all I can say is that you’ve defined me to a T! =)
Not to be too demanding, but I need this one on a t-shirt now. It’s perfect.
shouldn’t it be extrovert/introvert, or maybe extravert/intervert if you’re looking to get inventive?
indeed !, ha ha
Ditto, keep those yapping extroverts away!
Dude, it’s spelled extrOvert. Otherwise, great sticky as always.
Hehe, just like my lot of friends. And as the only extroverted party-loving astrophysics student I know, I say to the introverts: Join us!
As an introvert, I find it difficult to tell you that you’ve misspelled “extrovert.”
Great definition-you nailed it. She says and runs away.
Only an extravert would try to correct a cartoon and get it wrong.
Of course all introverts should know that running from an extrovert just seems like you want to play a chasing game. We can’t help but run after you. 🙂 woof
extreme introverts like to hide.
Oh, you know us so well…
Both spellings are correct.
The only question is: how does one run away from one’s self? There are days when I think I’m extroverted, and days when I am definitely introverted!
haha, extrovert/extravert… both are correct terms for the gregarious ones
IN Myers Briggs parlance, on which this seems to be drawn, it’s ‘extravert’
@ria: german also knows both forms: extra/overtiert as an adjective. even though the form with “o” is more common, the one with “a” seems to be etymologically more appropriate for the word derives from latin “extra” and “vertere” ^^
extra- from Latin for outside
intro- latin for within or internal
Spelling = Boring
WHO WANTS TO PLAY SOME FRISBEE!!!
(Meet at the park at noon tomorrow!! Woo!!)
i don’t mind extroverts for the most part, they do most of the useless talking for me!