There are two kinds of people in the world, introverts and extroverts. Some claim there are weirdo’s called ambiverts (a combination of both), but then again, some people claim there is such a thing as unicorns, dragons and people that don’t like Cheetos.
Since those kind of people technically don’t exist, there has been a battle raging between the cravers of small talk vs. the cravers of the couch.
In this corner, we have the extroverts. They love the holiday season for the parties and the people and then the chance to jibber jabber until the Christmas and Halloween lights turn off. They crave the meetings, motivational speaking, being the center, right and left of attention, the friends and family gatherings. They crave the online video gaming, the board game gatherings, even the Game of Throning. When it comes to this battle, they are bringing some friends to the fight.
In the other corner, here come the introverts. Actually, they prefer the corner very much. They love the holidays for the sitting by the fire, writing their family Christmas letters, hunting out the one person they feel comfortable with at parties and clinging to them for dear life. They enjoy binge watching, binge eating, binge reading, binge staying home, binge beard growing, binge NanoWriMoing and binge party avoidance. When it comes to the battle, they are uniting together separately!
So, who is winning the Battle Royale! Will it be the talkers or talk avoiders? The party goers or the party planners? The 16 player online battlers or the 16 hour solo RPGs?
Bitter Battle Ben