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"Edwin is a great admirer of the late Howard Hughes."
Thomas Pynchon's Evil Twin
'Next showing: 1:00'
Tags:shy, shyness, bashful, bashfulness, timid, timidity, timidness, withdrawn, introvert, introverted, introverts, psychology, psychological, psychiatry, show, entertainment, entertainer, entertainers, recluse, reclusive, reclusiveness, recluse, recluses, self-doubt, self-esteem, self-esteem issue, self-esteem issues, low self-esteem, disappear, disappears, disappearing
Bob wasn't responding to treatment - or anything else.
Tags:mental illness, mental illnesses, recluses, hermit, hermits, loners, agoraphobic, agoraphobics, agoraphobe, recluse, unresponsive, answering the call, reclusive, loner shut in, agoraphobia, agoraphobiac, fear of social interaction, paranoia, paranoid, fear, anxiety, insanity, disabilities, mentally handicapped, mentally disturbed
'You're right. Table for one.'
A rare glimpse of the reclusive Tweedy Bird.
"So how did you like getting away from it all?"
Tags:recluse, recluses, reclusive, hermit, hermits, hide, hides, hiding, hidden, get away from it all, getting away from it all, haircut, haircuts, freshen up, freshens up, freshening up, barber, barbers, barbershop, barbershops, stylist, stylists, hairstyle, hairstyles, hairstyling, off the grid, going off the grid, unkempt, wild, rough it, roughing it
'He abdicated his throne and got into software.'
"Whatever you do in there all day is fine with me, so long as it's not writing a memoir."
"And how long have you been agoraphobic?"
Bill glanced up from his computer. It was dark outside. He smelled of BO. A little voice inside his head whispered, You should probably log off now.
'I'm fed up living this way as a recluse. I'll get a place in the country, and become a hermit.'
'Really! I hate when they do that and you're this far away from the door.'
Lady in therapy under a tortoise shell.
'Can't one eat in peace!'
"Hey everybody! Cruz finally got his first friend request!"
'It's a sign of the times, a high rise block of caves reserved for hermits.'
'I hear he's quite a recluse - doesn't even have a blog.'
Typically both painfully shy and socially inept, the cartoonist is a reclusive creature rarely seen in public.
'...J.D Salinger? Hmm...I think he's a writer...what's he doing on Jerry Springer?'
'He had so much more to give.'
"For heaven's sake, son...go out and MIX!"
"Ignore him! He's been like that for days."
"Its getting so bad that I never leave home anymore."