“Quiet people have the loudest minds.” – Stephen Hawking
1. You are more awkward than the normal human when your friends are talking to people you don’t know. Just. Form. Words.
2. Some people take your absence of words as rude. Not rude, just awkward.
3. You think of something really funny to add to a conversation, but by the time you build up the courage to speak out, the conversation is long gone.
4. Your lack of speaking means you listen to multiple conversations at once. A blessing and a curse.
5. You are a great listener. You love when you come across talkers. Other people talking means you don’t have to.
6. You feel a stream of panic during awkward silences. Your mind blanks and all of a sudden you loose all capability to form kindergarten level sentences.
7. You actually do have insightful thoughts. However, most of the time they stay in your head.
8. Because most of your thoughts never leave your mouth, you have way too many opinions fogging up your brain.
9. It may have taken years, but you do have close friends who actually know your true personality.
10. You shock people when you actually do speak.