Ah the outgoing introvert - the most complex and satisfying of all puzzles. We have mad layers of depth and feelings…like an onion. Just read and get to know what you're getting yourself into before dating us, okay?
When we see you after a long day, we might be all irritable and not want to talk It has nothing to do with you. Outgoing introverts, though still introverts at their core, often need to recharge after a large use of social energy. After a long day of dealing with people, our social batteries are drained and we need to unwind and recover, usually alone. People often confuse us for extroverts, but we're too introspective and over-think too much to be one.
If we agreed to go on a date with you, we like you. Take it as a huge compliment. Our mind doesn't change direction easily. Listening to one thing and seeing something else is a lot of sensory input piled on top of everything that's already going on in our heads. We need to dip our foot in the pool first. We need time to warm up, so, like, chill. We tend not to outwardly express our feelings and spill our whole life story in the first hour of meeting you.
Or the first year. Our energy level depends on our environment. Yes, we can get annoyed easily. We dislike the barriers like small talk which often comes with going out creates between people, and try to avoid it at all costs.
We kinda hate the typical first date. Over-thinking is like a part of us so at times we enjoy a break from our heads. You'll think we are flirty with everyone.
It's 'cause we're, like, overly sensitive and so we go out of our way to make other people feel comfortable and happy. We're intuitive and outgoing at the same time. We can see through bullshit. So don't try to deceive us. We will always find out the truth muhahaha But for real, we often have a keen eye for detail, noticing things that may escape others around us.
Research has found that introverts pay more attention to detail and exhibit increased brain activity when processing visual information. A study shows that the brain of an introvert weighs internal cues more strongly than external motivational and reward cues. So basically, you're screwed. In a good way.