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Quotes For People Who Live For Canceling Plans

I'll admit it, I'm deeply anti-social.

Always have been, and most certainly always will be. I sort of figured maybe as an adulthood I would lose that "shy" personality my mom always told her friends I had to explain why I did not want to say "hi" to them. But as it turns out, I'm not shy; I just really don't like people.

If you're also out there living your best, introverted life, I think you're really going to enjoy these quotes.

Like, *way* before.

Stay six feet apart? Tell you what, I'll do you one better: I'll stay away completely.

No threat of virus contraction here, that's for sure.

I came, I saw, I left right away.

Sometimes I watch groups of people from my balcony and think to myself, "Man... I'm so glad I'm at home right now and not out socializing."

Time to re-charge those depleted batteries.

I've found that my "social meter" is running out even faster now that I'm adult. It's like I can only really handle being at social events for so long before my body physically feels like it's been drained empty.

Then I have to go home and be by myself for awhile just to recoup.

That's it, that's what you call them.

I know I should be more social, especially since now I'm an adult and shying away from people isn't as "charming" as it was when I was six, but I can't help it. I just have zero interest in making small talk with a bunch of people in a big gathering.

No thank you.

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