06:45:18 PM Sep 12th 2014
So... What is this trope about, exactly? Is it about An Aesop that being a loner is inherently bad, or is it an in-universe thing where (potentially misplaced) ostracism causes the ostracizers to have their beliefs "confirmed" by the loner's friendlessness (ignorant that it was caused by their ostracism in their first place), leading to a vicious cycle?
02:34:42 PM Dec 19th 2011
What the heck?! There's nothing wrong with being a loner. I'm a loner and I'm proud of it. It's total extroverts and extreme social butterflies who are freaks 'cause they can't seme to leave loners and introverts alone.
06:28:05 AM Jun 10th 2013
Congratulations for making yourself look ignorant and prove this trope right. There's a reason introverts are considered the strange people of society.
06:59:01 AM Dec 6th 2013
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