TELEPHONE, n. Jarring alarm system. (See also: Interruption.)
SEX, n. An activity perfectly suited to introverts, who prefer small gatherings and a chance to be quietly creative.
READING, n. 1. Necessary life function, along with breathing, eating, and thinking. 2. Introvert’s notion of a rich social life.
QUARANTINE, n. A period of enforced isolation which, to an introvert, sounds like a reason to celebrate.
PUMPKIN, n. Introvert jack-o-lantern.
OVERSHARING, n. Disease that originated in the late 20th century, became a full-blown epidemic in the 21st, and from which introverts are naturally immune.
NIGHTLIFE, n. After 9 p.m., a cat and a book.