Sometimes I wonder how when you're in a crowded room, you can feel utterly alone. Lost without the few people that make you comfortable in a space. Maybe that's just a side effect of introversion, but I can't help but feel like I'm slipping out of my seat into some abyss while everyone else is going on with their conversations, like nothing is happening. It's almost sad really. But then I get my headphones and my notebook and suddenly I'm okay again, I can pretend that I'm alone without other people watching me. Or some times I'm with my friends, and I can talk and have a good time and be "normal". Whatever that is anyways. But I don't know. Is it just me? Or do other people feel that way? It can't be just me. Being unique can't be as absolute as we make it out to be, can it?