Introvert Cartoon of the Week

aarontcaycedokimura9An example of the perfect introvert workspace!  This week’s cartoon is in honor of me making it through a day in the cubicle farm.  (You can read about my exploits in yesterday’s blog.)

For those of you who can’t relate to living in a cubicle farm, I give you another cartoon that you should be able to relate to:aarontcaycedokimura7

I am quite pleased to present our new resident cartoonist, INfJoe.  He describes himself as “an INFJ joe amid extroverts, sensors, thinkers, and perceivers, and still trying to come to terms with it on a daily basis.”  I love his insight into all things Introvert.

Hi.  I’m Chris.  I’m an introvert.  Look for my ongoing series debunking the introvert myths (Sunday) and introvert cartoons (Wednesday), plus anything else interesting that I find in the meantime.    Come and share with like-minded introverts.

I also contribute to the new food blog Three’s Cooking, learning to cook from the heart, for the soul.

14 thoughts on “Introvert Cartoon of the Week

      • I did think of that before I named this blog. I didn’t think that I’d be able to sustain my interest in a blog for longer than a month, two at the most. If it did make it that far, I’d still keep the name. I’d just have to think of some beguiling and witty tag line to add to the title then. But then I found my passion and discovered that blogging can be great fun, so now I have until November 3rd to come up with something beguiling and witty to say. Any good ideas?

  1. Love it – I wish I’d had one when I was starting out with work. I hated the cubicle floor almost as much as I had food courts in shopping centres. They always remind me of feeding time at the zoo.

  2. It is 25 degrees and my building has no heat but I am still here. Why? Because everyone else has moved to the building with heat and I opted to work in the cold and quiet.

    Typing with gloves is my new talent.

  3. Wow, I can definitely relate to the cartoons! All my 55 years I thought I was the only person in the entire world to be yelled at for not talking. I’d never witnessed anyone else being attacked like that. Thank you for sharing and for stopping by my blog! I’m following yours. 😉

  4. Re: the first comic. There’s a tradition where I work that our cubicles are vandalized while we’re on vacation. My coworkers “redecorated” my cubicle in very similar manner – totally enclosed – complete with a “chimney” for filling it with stage smoke. I loved it, but the problem was that, even using the light under the top cabinet, I couldn’t see anything other than the monitor! Our phones are LCD, so when it rang, I couldn’t see the readout of who was calling. There was much sadness when I finally had to disassemble my cave, which I’ve always wanted. It turned out to be a Careful What You Wish For cave. (And there was the lingering stage smoke…)

    I’m INTJ, in case this is of interest to others

  5. Man, I would pay to have that cubicle! No interruptions = increased productivity. Wouldn’t even want to come out for meetings as they are usually a total waste of time.

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