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I get it because my extroverted husband goes out with his boys and travels. Sometimes he indulges his introvertness downstairs in his man cave. Then I'm alone. But he gets pissed off when I'm on the computer and he's home, even though he's always on his phone texting friends and facebooking. Double standard much?
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