Dating a loner guy
After he scoffs at the suggestion of attending another party, you come to the conclusion that he is a loner.
But dating a loner does not have to be a relationship of isolation.
Like the Weezer song: "don't play so monastic that you blow it." I personally only really get anxious when I realize I could actually see myself in a relationship with a girl, then I have conflicting feelings of wanting to be closer to her right away but remembering we hardly know each other at all yet (although we both may feel we do). Only idiots are notably headstrong and go headlong into disaster.
I agree with everyone else, you should ask him out. He's an introvert and with no relationship experience - obviously, he's a bit more than you - since you know the "asking number" protocol and since you dared to talk to him first, so there is this difference.
Just as you feel revitalized by hanging out with other people, your partner gets the same feeling from solitude.
Brain research suggests that introverts become overstimulated at social gatherings.Because they are quiet and may be more withdrawn, introverts are more likely to have mastered the skill of observation. Your partner will enjoy making observations and sharing them with you.This makes them incredibly good friends, as they are able to pick up on changes in mood and offer support. Your boyfriend spends Saturday nights at home with a book.Going solo gives you time to hang out with your friends and do the things you enjoy. Some introverts crave alone time and find satisfaction in creative endeavors.Respect your partner's alone time and appreciate how it helps revitalize them.