Do you enjoy people's company but tend to get real antisocial real fast? This applies to you.
1. You need your own transportation wherever you go.
Taking rides with other people? Not a chance. You need your own way to leave if (or should I say when) you decide you've endured enough social interaction.
2. Your environment strongly affects your mood and energy levels.
Being in highly chaotic scenes drains you and leaves you daydreaming about snoring on your couch. Being in relaxed and small settings actually energizes you because you are most comfortable there.
3. It takes you time to warm up to people, even if you seem outgoing.
When first thrown into a new situation or introduced to a new person, you tend to be shy and reserved. This isn't intended to be taken as rude or standoffish, but sometimes, it definitely seems that way. As time passes, your hard exterior shell melts and you're back to being your chatty, sociable self.
4. People tend to annoy and excite you all at once.
If you've ever been in a conversation with someone, and you find yourself slightly intrigued while also being slightly agitated, you most likely are an extroverted introvert. You love to hear new stories and gain new knowledge, but you hate the idea of someone talking to you simply to please you (or satisfy their need to please others). You like genuine and real conversations.
5. You are always mistaken for an extrovert.
You can work the party and entertain people with ease. You have no trouble starting conversations, introducing yourself to new people, or putting yourself in new situations. The problem is, you'd rather not. One night may involve throwing a huge surprise party for your best friend, and the next is a fun-filled night of reading books and taking baths.