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Are you more of an introvert or an extravert?

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Are you more of an introvert or an extravert?Results (total votes = 10):Introverted&nbsp6 / 60.0%&nbsp Extraverted&nbsp4 / 40.0%&nbsp 
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I am definitely an extrovert. I'll talk to just about anyone and go out once with just about anyone. I enjoy interacting with all different kinds of people.
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Introverted is my vote.I think I'm an extroverted introvert. In person I get along with all sorts of people, and I'm real open in talking etc. but still not quite enough for me to say extrovert.
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Me too. I have to be extremely social to be my job well, but I am most at ease alone or with small groups.
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I'm definately an introvert. I have to have my own space and alone time or I will go crazy. I am also very known to keep to myself.
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I dont see pervert as a choice...darn.Mr. P. The one thing of which I am positive is that there is much of which to be negative - Mr. P.Once you perceive the irrevocable truth, you can no longer justify the irrational denial. - Mr. P.The pain in hell has two sides. The kind you can touch with your hand; the kind you can feel in your heart...Scorsese's "Mean Streets"I came to kick ass and chew Bubble Gum...and I am all out of Bubble Gum - They Live, Roddy Piper
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I am definitely more of an introvert. Not that I don't like others, but I enjoy solitude.
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It is interesting that most of us consider ourselves to be introverted. Maybe extraverts don't spend as much time on computers, so we're naturally attracting the introverts to this community.The funny thing is you would never really think of me as an introvert. I am quite gregarious and talkative. When I was younger, due to lack of self confidence, I was quiet and reserved in every way. Now that I realize I am indeed better than everyone else...
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I've done all the 'tests' -- I'm about 60/40 extravert/introvert.Hmm... "All beings are the owners of their deeds, the heirs to their deeds." Loricat's Book NookCelebrating the Absurd
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