(Continued from “Actually”)
I understand and utilize sarcasm with the best of them. I don’t particularly like it, especially when you’re having an argument or talking to a child, but I can’t say I’m not guilty of a good old sarcastic remark or two every now and again. Shocking, I know.
I think Amy may have just seen similarity between us in certain aspects of our personalities and over generalized. We just seemed to click with each other when we worked together. I think the first thing she told me about herself was that she was an introvert, and I feel a strong kinship toward other introverts—generally. Some introverts, such as one here at work, not so much.
Not that I don’t also love extroverts. My best friend from high school is the most extroverted person I’ve ever known. We still talk via text. She actually brought me out of my shell a little in high school.
Extroverts sometimes seem really drawn to me, as well. Maybe because I seem to be a good listener? I don’t think I am, in actuality. My attention can be fleeting. I guess it depends on the subject. And the situation. The relationship to the other person. Lots of things.
Maybe I am uncharted territory.