All types of people love dogs. Do introverts have a particular relationship with our furry four-legged friends? Perhaps. Here’s why:
|A stranger will corner you at a party with an interminable story about his family’s trip to Disneyworld.
||A dog will never bore you about the fantastic butt he just sniffed.
|It’s hard to concentrate while your workmates high five the daily doughnut arrival.
||It’s easy to have a three-way conversation with yourself while your dog sleeps peacefully at your feet.
|Constantly being asked, “Why are you so quiet?” wears you down.
||Feed your dog plenty of treats and he’ll gladly leave you to your thoughts.
|You always feel alone in a crowd, particularly if you’ve been dragged to an “Up with People Legends in Caucasian Rap” concert.
||You’ll never feel closer to your dog than while watching him pee on your nosey neighbor’s prized carnations.
|It bothers people that you’re easily distracted.
|Extroverts don’t understand how introverts can lay around doing nothing, as if spending a weekend watching a spider spin a web is doing nothing.
||No one understands the value of doing nothing more than an animal that sleeps 18 hours a day.