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57 Funny Introvert Memes To Keep You Laughing (By Yourself)

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“Social distancing? Easy.”

“Stay at home? Piece of cake!”

If you are an introvert, you’ll probably find these statements very relatable. With all the physical and social distancing being mandated in many areas, you’re likely one of the chosen few who will thrive in this situation.

After all, you’ve been training for these “stay at home” moments your whole life.

If this sounds like you, you’ll perhaps find these introvert memes that we compiled very relevant and fitting. Being an introvert, you’re probably a meme lover too (maybe even a creator!), so we bet you will find this list hilarious and entertaining as well.

Let’s check them out!

What You Will Learn

  • 1. Can’t come. Super busy.
  • 2. How introverts think and talk.
  • 3. Introductions when you’re an introvert.
  • 4. Got to at least try.
  • 5. Lock the doors like a boss.
  • 6. Introverts during conversations.
  • 7. Getting ready for an event.
  • 8. Introverts with introverts.
  • 9. Introverts during a pandemic.
  • 10. When introverts are faced with a social event
  • 11. No, I ain’t coming!
  • 12. Am I busy? That depends.
  • 13. Introverts around people vs. introverts when they are alone
  • 14. Do we need a new plague?
  • 15. Let’s unite… separately!
  • 16. We have been preparing for this.
  • 17. You’re lucky I answered.
  • 18. See you after a million years!
  • 19. Introverts Party Starter Pack
  • 20. Why did I say yes?!
  • 21. That’s an achievement!
  • 22. Social distancing? Oh, please!
  • 23. They will never know.
  • 24. I ain’t complaining, ok?
  • 25. Wait… I haven’t practiced yet!
  • 26. Introvert Bingo
  • 27. Panic attacks over phone calls.
  • 28. I came. I saw. I left early.
  • 29. Indeed a peaceful life.
  • 30. Inside the mind of an introvert…
  • 31. 40 days of isolation but…
  • 32. Don’t Leave Me, Friend!
  • 33. Career Options for Introverts
  • 34. Party? Meh.
  • 35. I Shouldn’t Have Said That!
  • 36. That Was Close
  • 37. Stay Away, Humans
  • 38. Introduction… Wait, what?
  • 39. Online Status Off
  • 40. OK, That Will Do
  • 41. Happy Birthday to Me!
  • 42. Shopping vs. Shipping
  • 43. Um, OK. Have fun, I guess?
  • 44. Monk Life is the Best!
  • 45. Sweater Weather
  • 46. I Actually Have So Many Plans
  • 47. Frodo Speaks the Truth
  • 48. Don’t force me.
  • 49. The choice is easy.
  • 50. I have lots of excuses, you know.
  • 51. I have a lot of things to do.
  • 52. Imma head out now.
  • 53. Introverting the Homer Simpson way.
  • 54. Fully prepared, of course!
  • 55. Ways to avoid human interactions.
  • 56. Can you check where my care went?
  • 57. It’s ok; I’ll cry instead.
  • Final Words on Introvert Memes

1. Can’t come. Super busy.

“I’m super busy” and “I have so many things to do” are typical excuses for most introverts. Truth is, sometimes they’re not really busy. They just don’t want to socialize and would rather hang out with their pets at home while reading a book or watching a movie.

2. How introverts think and talk.

If you’re wondering what’s inside the mind of an introvert, well, here it is. They have so many things on their mind—a mixture of thoughts, ideas, and emotions—but they don’t have the energy to talk about them. That’s perfectly normal, of course.


Introductions when you’re an introvert.

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You probably have experienced this once or twice in your lifetime, even if you are not an introvert—but if you are, you surely know how it feels. Whenever someone asks you to introduce yourself, you just want to disappear because you don’t know what to say.

4. Got to at least try.

Introverts do not “hate” people. They just don’t like being surrounded by too many of them. But they do try their best to reach out. When doing so, they need to set boundaries and limitations, because that is what will make them feel more comfortable and protected.

5. Lock the doors like a boss.

via heyintrovert

A lot of people think that introverts “lock people out” or “push people away. ” It’s not that they do not want to have people in their lives, they are just really selective with regard to the people they want to keep.

6. Introverts during conversations.

via masterofsomethingyet

This pie chart basically sums up how a conversation with an introvert goes. Introverted people are more listeners than talkers. You’re actually lucky when introverts really listen to you. More often than not, they tune you out if you start talking nonsense.

7. Getting ready for an event.

I am looking to talk to introverted *teens* who participate in/enjoy introvert meme culture! Whether you follow introvert meme accounts, make your own introvert memes, or are part of introvert groups online. Send this introverted journo a DM or email me at [email protected]

— Shayla Love (@shayla__love) October 4, 2019

Here’s a totally relatable meme for all the introverts out there. Ever felt regretful about saying “yes” to that high school reunion or family gathering—or, worse yet, that blind date your mom set you up with? Yep, we feel you on this one.

8. Introverts with introverts.

via kingbrody

This meme represents how introverts behave when with their fellow introverts. Think of it as finding your soulmate or best friend in a party full of extroverted individuals. It just feels so great to find someone who you can be with without all the pointless talking, storytelling, and socializing.

9. Introverts during a pandemic.

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A lot of introverts probably felt this way when the lockdown was announced. The transition was easy for them, as they’ve been living a quarantine lifestyle their whole lives.

via smilingstargiggles_2019

It’s an introvert thing—too many people means no fun. Again, this doesn’t mean they hate people. They just really don’t like loud, crowded places.

11. No, I ain’t coming!

via unhealthyeatinghabits

When you invite an introvert and they respond with “I’ll let you know,” “I’ll check my schedule,” or “I’ll just text you,” don’t expect any more. Those answers mean that they are not interested and would rather stay at home where it is peaceful and quiet.

12. Am I busy? That depends.

via unhealthyeatinghabits

Let’s be honest—introverts usually aren’t that busy. They only use it as an excuse to get out of things they don’t want to do. But that doesn’t mean they’re ill-mannered. They just really want their conversations and socializing to be meaningful. They don’t like wasting time.

13. Introverts around people vs. introverts when they are alone

via marvelousdcman

Here’s a perfect meme that illustrates how introverts are when around people and when alone. On a deeper, more hilarious level, it even shows how they feel and think when they are online and when their imagination is at its peak.

14. Do we need a new plague?

via dufosho

Here’s a funny meme about things introverts think when they are surrounded by too many people. They don’t literally wish for another plague of course—right, introverts?

15. Let’s unite… separately!

via elderban

Introverts can unite and make some noise, too, although they might just decide to do it separately. We don’t see any problem with that!

16. We have been preparing for this.

via windowserror1495

Introverts around the world celebrated when the government announced that social distancing should be observed. After all, they practically lived their entire lives practicing social distancing.

17. You’re lucky I answered.

via evepenman

As we said earlier, introverts aren’t big fans of pointless talking. That means they don’t like answering phone calls, either. So consider yourself lucky if an introvert actually answers the phone for you.

18. See you after a million years!


It takes great courage for an introvert to talk to someone they know, and it takes even greater courage for them to talk to someone they do not know. If they immediately say goodbye after a short talk, let them be. And don’t hold a grudge if they don’t talk to you for months or even years. That’s just the way they are.

19. Introverts Party Starter Pack

via buzzfeed

If you are an introvert and you’ve been invited to a party (and you actually decide to attend), here’s a starter pack for you. Say hello to the bathroom, the cat next door, the nachos on the table, a glass of beer, and your phone. Ta-da! Then slip out as quietly as possible.

20. Why did I say yes?!

via kevenchy

It just keeps getting closer and closer, and can’t stop wondering why you said “yes” to going to an event. You must feel so confused and messed up—totally relatable!


That’s an achievement!

via guyinthemoon

For introverts, talking with someone can feel an achievement. The fact that they were able to survive the conversation is something to celebrate!

via danielhowell

Once again, proof that introverts are very used to practicing social distancing. In fact, they’re experts! When the World Health recommended social distancing to avoid getting hit with the virus, everybody had to learn how introverts do it!

23. They will never know.

via introvertstruggles

Well, if you are an introvert, you probably think that they won’t notice. But they actually will. After all, you’re the guy who never talks—and that is very noticeable!

24. I ain’t complaining, ok?

via introvertstruggles

This meme is a lesson in irony. Introverts often don’t care about not having a social life. In fact, they love it when people don’t bother them!


Wait… I haven’t practiced yet!

via introvertstruggles

Sometimes, even a word or two with the waiter can be difficult. Your extroverted friends don’t realize that even ordering a meal can be a challenge!

26. Introvert Bingo

via lisadiazmeyer

Here’s an introvert bingo card to check if you really are an introvert. If you can relate to all the statements in the boxes and get a blackout (just like in the real Bingo game), then you are definitely introverted.

27. Panic attacks over phone calls.

via psychiatricmind

Another meme about phone calls. This one demonstrates the fact that introverts are really not fond of talking either over the phone or in person. Receiving a call is, for them, like touching fire with their bare hands—scary and dangerous.

28. I came. I saw. I left early.

via snarkygirls

If you ever invite an introverted friend to an event, don’t expect them to stay until the after-party. Sometimes, they come out of respect and care for you. If they want to go home early, let them be. Just be glad that they came in the first place!

29. Indeed a peaceful life.

via rowan_killjoy

Introverts would often rather stay at home all day, doing literally nothing, instead of socializing. So if your friend is a meme master, a Netflix addict, or a bookworm, be understanding, and glad that they have something to do!

30. Inside the mind of an introvert…

via ror14

An introvert’s mind is full of ideas and innovations. Studies show that they have the most creative minds, and that they usually end up with careers related to invention and creation. However, they often don’t speak about these ideas to other people.

31. 40 days of isolation but…

via hottakesandmixtapes

It would have been exciting if these 40 days could have been spent alone—but then you realized that you’ll have to spend every single day with everyone at home.  

32. Don’t Leave Me, Friend!

via boredpanda

If you invite an introverted friend to a party, expect them to cling to you most of the time. You already know that they don’t like interacting with people, so you have to be prepared if you want to take them.

33. Career Options for Introverts

via fairygodboss

Here are some career options if you are an introvert. You can be a librarian, since you surely love books and quiet. You can also be a forest ranger, since that means fewer interactions with people. You can also be a zookeeper, since animals are better than humans.

Or you can be a mermaid—swimming free and exploring the ocean. You’d rather talk to sea creatures than people, of course.

34. Party? Meh.

via fairygodboss

This perfectly sums up the situation when you are an introvert with extrovert friends. The bed is where the best party is. Period.

35. I Shouldn’t Have Said That!

via fairygodboss

You have probably experienced this a million times. We feel you. To all those extroverts out there with introverted friends, you need to understand that they also have opinions. Introverts just don’t want any attention, so they will most likely tell you their thoughts when no one else is around.

36. That Was Close

via fairygodboss

This funny meme sums up what introverts feel when they are faced with an “almost had to socialize” kind of situation. It gives them a total sense of relief if they can succeed in avoiding people.

37. Stay Away, Humans

via fairygodboss

You might want to create something like this for your introverted friend. It will get a laugh out of them for sure.

38. Introduction… Wait, what?

via digitalmomblog

Oh, no. Here comes the introduction. You will be praying to all the gods you know to spare your life if this ever happens. We all have gotten nervous at some point in our lives, but it is different for introverts. How can they introduce themselves when they can’t even answer a call from their mothers?

via digitalmomblog

Sometimes introverts see your messages, but just don’t have the energy to reply. Or maybe they are too busy gathering up the courage to text you back. They don’t hate you, they are just introverts.

40. OK, That Will Do

via digitalmomblog

No one likes getting the wrong order. But since introverts also don’t like to socialize, they would rather go and eat the wrong meal in a corner by themselves than complain and interact.

41. Happy Birthday to Me!

via digitalmomblog

If people not greeting you on your birthday is the best birthday gift ever, then you are probably an introvert. That is how it is for introverts. Just because it is their birthday does not mean they are ready to socialize. The best way for them to celebrate is to be alone.

Introverts hate going shopping. First of all, they don’t want to interact with people, and second, they don’t want like wasting time on window shopping. They’d rather stay home, browse online selling platforms, add to their cart, and wait for the delivery guy.

43. Um, OK. Have fun, I guess?

If you are a childhood friend who texts an introvert that you will be visiting his or her city, don’t expect an excited greeting or a red carpet. Your friend is an introvert, so no matter how much they miss you, they will likely still choose the comfort of their home.

44. Monk Life is the Best!

It takes so much bravery for introverts to socialize. So if you invite them to a party or gathering and they do socialize a bit, expect them to disappear for a while to recuperate. They are trying to build their walls up all over again.

45. Sweater Weather

It is sweater weather whenever you need to go outside but you are afraid to bump into people you might know (or even not know). Your introverted friend probably has an entire collection of sweaters in his closet.

46. I Actually Have So Many Plans

Harry Potter knows what introverts love to do during the weekends. They do have plans—but those plans include lying down on their beds, keeping silent, and watching everything Netflix has to offer.

47. Frodo Speaks the Truth

Calling all introverts! Can you feel Frodo? Because he feels you. He understands what you are going through. Now that you’ve gotten that phone call out of the way, you can rest and recuperate. You deserve some emotional pampering.

48. Don’t force me.

from Imgflip Meme Generator

Here’s a basic rule: If you want introverts to get out and socialize, don’t try to force them to do so. They like doing things on their own volition, not because they are required to.

49. The choice is easy.

from Imgflip Meme Generator

It doesn’t matter what the consequences are—introverts are always going to choose a quiet night at home!

50. I have lots of excuses, you know.

from Imgflip Meme Generator

We introverts will do anything to get out of social events. Our excuses might sound lame at times, but we are just trying to find a way to remain comfortable without letting everyone down.

51. I have a lot of things to do.

from Imgflip Meme Generator

Of course, sometimes we run out of excuses—but that doesn’t mean we want to socialize. It may seem rude to you when we turn down invitations, but we are just watching out for our mental health.

52. Imma head out now.

from Imgflip Meme Generator

If you notice us wanting to head leave as soon as people arrive, we aren’t trying to be disrespectful. We introverts just aren’t good at dealing with people. It takes a lot of energy for us to do so.

53. Introverting the Homer Simpson way.

Introverting Recluse GIFfrom Introverting GIFs

This one made us laugh out loud Do you know how to introvertthe Homer Simpson way? We’re pretty sure a lot of our introverted readers can relate!

54. Fully prepared, of course!

Introverts Getting Ready GIFfrom Introverts GIFs

Ever wonder how your introverted friends prepare when you ask them to go to a social event? This meme should give you a good idea!


Ways to avoid human interactions.

Funny Introvert GIFfrom Funny GIFs

The ultimate camouflage compilation! Introverts don’t enjoy attention. In fact, they like it better when people don’t notice them. As much as they can, they will try to seek out peace and solitude.

56. Can you check where my care went?

Introvert The World Right Now GIFfrom Introvert GIFs

How true is this? Introverts do care, though—they just choose when, where, and whom to care for. They know exactly what deserves their time, attention, and energy.

57. It’s ok; I’ll cry instead.

Anime GIFfrom Anime GIFs

Has this ever happened to you? We’re not sure if this is being considerate of the waiter or just avoiding any further interaction. Knowing introverts, it’s most likely the latter!

Final Words on Introvert Memes

Being an introvert is perfectly normal. There are things you prefer that other people don’t, and that’s totally fine. Truth be told, having this trait is sometimes one of the best ways to find real happiness, because it allows you to focus on yourself and the things that you love.

We hope that these funny introvert memes made you laugh, and will continue to make you laugh as you check them out again and again. Life is all about loving the way you are, so don’t lose your sense of self!

Finally, if you want to increase your happiness and life satisfaction, then watch this free video that details the 7-minute habit for planning your day to focus on what's important.

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5 Signs You're Using Your Introversion Wrong


Knowing Yourself A Man Among People Loneliness

I'm not proud to be an introvert, but I'm not ashamed of it either. This in itself is neither good nor bad. It's just a given. To be honest, I'm a little tired of the hype about being proud of my introversion. Everyone I know sends me memes about cool introverts and boring extroverts who talk too much.

Enough. It's great that we embraced our specialty and told the world about our love of being alone. But isn't it time to move on? Are we protesting too much? If you really feel good, do you need to keep screaming about it? Isn't it time to just mind your own business? nine0003

In addition, many activists of the “be proud of your introversion” movement urge you to leave them alone

Of course, the need for solitude is part of the nature of an introvert, but only a part. We need this for recovery, but I think it's time to figure out how to make the world happy with the benefits of your introversion.

If you use it only as an excuse for declining invitations, then you are just confirming the majority opinion that introverts are asocial. And this is one of the signs that you are misusing your introversion. Let's start with it, and then we'll talk about some others. nine0003

1. You spend too much time at home

You don't like parties. That's fine, but did you know that you can learn to love them if you participate in them... in your own way? For example, going to a party, give yourself permission to leave it at any time - even if it is still "too early". Or sit in the corner and watch the others. Well, yes, someone will pester you with questions about why you do not communicate. So what? You don't care, you're fine with yourself.

But let's say you still hate parties. So don't go to them! But if you just turn down invitations and don't invite the people you really like to do what you really like, then you are not an introvert, but just a recluse.

It's ok if other people's ways of socializing don't suit you

But then you have to socialize in your own way. You can be an introvert who himself invites interesting people to accompany him to events - for example, to lectures, exhibitions, author's readings. nine0003

Do you arrange dinners together to enjoy great conversation in a small circle? Do you go camping with a friend who is equally good to talk to and keep quiet? Dine with the few friends that are close to your heart? If not, then you are misusing your introversion. Show the lucky few how cool introverts can be.

2. You just do the job

The ability of introverts to do routine work is one of our strengths. Be proud of it. But if you do not express your thoughts to colleagues and superiors, are you really showing the world all the greatness of your introversion? nine0003

I realize sometimes meetings go too fast for our pace of thinking. It is difficult for us to formulate thoughts and find a moment to be heard. And yet it is our task to learn how to share ideas with others.

Face-to-face meetings with the manager or teaming up with someone who can help voice ideas can help. efficient team. Make sure you're demonstrating the benefits of introversion and not just working a job by blending in. nine0003

3. You avoid talking

I know, I know, idle talk is a stumbling block for introverts. I myself try to avoid it. And yet ... Some studies confirm that talking about "nothing and everything" has a good effect on our psychological state.

So, in a series of experiments conducted by psychologists from Chicago, a group of subjects were asked to talk to fellow travelers on the train - that is, to do something that they usually avoided. According to reports, those who chatted with fellow travelers had a more enjoyable journey than those who “enjoyed being alone.” nine0003

None of the initiators of the conversation was refused to continue the conversation

But let's dig even deeper. While trivia talk most often ends on its own, sometimes it turns into something more. Relationships don't start with intimacy. Immediately diving into the depths of a conversation with a new acquaintance can be confusing. Surely you have experienced this: the excellent listening skills of introverts lead to the fact that we open up more than we would like.

The exchange of common phrases helps to establish contact, gives time to try on each other, read non-verbal signals, find common ground. If things add up, a light conversation can lead to a more meaningful conversation. So, if you avoid chatting, you miss the opportunity to meet important and congenial people. nine0003

4. You pretend that all loneliness is good loneliness

I talk about it so much because this mistake has been interfering with my happiness for a long time. We are introverts, but all people need people, and we are no exception. Staying at home alone is the easiest way to do nothing, but too much concentration of loneliness is harmful and can lead to blues and a bad mood.

Unfortunately, the easiest way to deal with loneliness is to be alone. Loneliness is such an all-consuming and heavy feeling that it is easier to experience it in solitude than to experience it in a crowd. nine0003

And of course, it makes us feel even more isolated.

Also, the distortion of our thinking makes us keep doing something we don't like, simply because we've already spent some time and effort on it. We tell ourselves that loneliness is good, that we are superhumans, because we are comfortable being alone, even if this is far from being the case.

Experts note that lonely people are more hostile. I have always considered them misanthropes, but now I suspect that they are deeply stuck in this vicious circle of rejection. nine0003

5. Do you believe in your "social awkwardness"

Isn't that what you tell yourself when you come to a party and don't feel comfortable from the first minute? Or when you get a little shy in front of a stranger? Do you comfort yourself with stories that you have a natural inability to impress others? Do not expect to be a brilliant conversationalist? Remember your weak social skills that make every event a minefield?

Forget it. Stop convincing yourself that you are different from the rest. Yes, some people find it easier to communicate, some light up the room with their mere presence. To be honest, these are not the kind of people that I am drawn to, I even find them a little repulsive. I'd rather talk to the man who sits quietly in the corner. Or someone I already know. I don't go to parties to meet new people - I go there to see people I know. nine0003

Everyone feels at least a little insecure in new situations

Everyone is worried about the impression they make. The people who enter the room while dancing are simply coping with their anxiety in this way.

Try not to heighten your natural anxiety by telling yourself that you are "hopeless," unable to carry on a conversation, and no one will ever notice you. Yes, you are worried. But if you do not suffer from a diagnosed anxiety disorder, this anxiety is not dangerous for you. This is a natural reaction to a new situation. nine0003

Feel it, and then show people how interesting introverts can be if they want to. Tell yourself how lucky these people will be if they finally shut up to hear what you're about to say!

About the Author: Sophia Dambling is the author of Confessions of an Introverted Traveler and a number of books, including The Introverted Journey: A Quiet Life in a Loud World.

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