1. Wanting to go out when everyone else wants to stay in.
You feel like asking your friends to go out is like pulling teeth. You understand the need to have a night of doing nothing, but you can only do so much of nothing. There are so many more experiences to be had and you need to experience them all.
2. You’re literally down for everything and overcommit yourself on the regular.
You have a difficult time saying no because you don’t want to miss out on anything. You’re all about everything and sometimes you just can’t be in five places at once, no matter how hard you try and you have to cancel on someone, which ultimately leaves you feeling guilty.
3. If you’re not spunky and excited people assume something is wrong.
People look to you to motivate them and inspire them, so when you’re not having a spot on A game extrovert day people assume something is wrong. You don’t mind it though really because it’s nice to have people show they care about you and your well-being.
4. You’re constantly busy because not being busy bores you.
You sat in one spot for approximately seven minutes and that’s far too long because now you’re bored AF. You need constant change and love being on the go, you don’t like being bored it makes you antsy and impatient.
5. You get excited over nearly everything.
People look at you like you’re crazy, but having someone offer to buy us pizza makes us lose our shit because we can’t contain our excitement about how much we love you and pizza and life.
6. You have no problem making friends, but you have a more difficult time maintaining your relationships.
Making friends comes almost naturally to you, but maintaining those relationships is hard because you just keep meeting new people. But when you find that special friend you instantly fall in-like with them and become obsessed.
7. You just want all the friends in the world.
You can’t help it, you just want to pour all your love and affection on every person you encounter because you love them SO much.
8. Too much alone time is not good for you.
When you spend hours upon hours alone you start to go a little crazy, you throw yourself a pity party, you get sad and you instantly crave human interaction because you just need someone who understands you and your needs.
9. When you’re upset you have to talk to as many people as you can about it.
You don’t know how to process your feelings so you just need to consult as many people as possible and hear them all tell you it will be okay. Plus, it gives you a chance to talk more about yourself.
10. Feeling like you should be more insecure about how much you talk or share, but not caring.
You’re not even sorry about it, either. You’re like an open book and you just want the world to know what’s going on in your head. But you still aren’t one of those people who pours all their drama out on Facebook. Always say no to airing dirty laundry out.
11. Being home alone actually gives you anxiety.
You can’t deal with the quiet, the silence starts to drive you crazy and you actually don’t know what to do with yourself. You start changing positions on the couch every five minutes, then the next five minutes you spend digging through the fridge, you even consider going for a walk because you can’t take the silence. At least on the street there might be someone to say hi to.
12. People often associate you with words like, “intense” “full on” or “very loud.”
You can’t help yourself you just have so much inside you that needs to be shared with the world.
13. Sometimes you feel like you need a break from people, but that doesn’t last very long.
After about 30 minutes you’re already on your phone calling a different friend to see what they’re doing because you can’t stop the party, ever. You need people.
14. You’re generally happier.
You recharge from being around other humans and that’s when you thrive and are the best version of yourself. You’re good at interacting and having meaningful conversation. You tend to find the best in others and always keep a positive mindset, therefore making you happy as a clam.