BeehiveStudioFeatured By OwnerSep 27, 2011Professional Digital Artist
depends if it is online or offline, online I am an extroverted, but offline I am introverted but it all can change as I get to know the person and we grow a friendship then I AM A FULL TIME EXTROVERTED with tints of Introverted
I'm weird mix, but consider myslef introvert or asocial a little.I like many things extroverts like-as restaurant, theatres, bright colours and a lot of my manners are tipical for cholerics-noisy, easy to make angry, tolkative and especialy tending to teach -I want to be art teacher But I love loneliness cause interaction with others makes me exhousted, my hobbies ale aren't exactly "colective sports" as same as I'm not able to cooperate very well.I'm meating friends just when I'm OK, not depressed, not worried...so they oftenly think I'm all the time funny and nice, but it's very very big mistake Make friends is easy for me but make true friends not. cause I have nothing in common with most of people. You know..many ppl speaks just about music, clothes and boys and if somebody is different or excetric they treat him or her as.... -doesn't matter how old these ppl are they will never change.
A weird mix. I can be on both sides of the spectre with equal ease, depending on the situation/people/mood. Online I tend to be somewhat reserved, but more out of privacy concerns than personality trait.
I've come across a lot of very rude people over the years (manners seem to be severely lacking). I have so many examples, but I don't want to give you a . I may just be biased because I haven't traveled much; I may need to get out more to change my opinion.