|"Well gentlemen, affairs of the state must take precedence over affairs of the state"|
and given my love for Mel Brooks, who knows this one:
"Count da money! Count da money!"
"That's DiMonet, DiMonet!"
Now, onto the post:
Introverts typically desire silence to hear their own thoughts.My wife and I are introvert and extravert, respectively. She hates silence; abhores it. In fact, it is a common cause for argument between us, because I hate having noise all the time, I crave silence, just to be able to think and concentrate (although, I think having ADD plays into that as well). However, she does desire alone time, especially when she's exposed to too much extravertedness.
Extroverts typically desire external stimulation and frequently talk aloud to hear their own thoughts.
What you say makes sense, but it's actually the complete opposite for us.