You may be boisterous and hilarious with close friends, but you need time to warm up to new people. You won't be chatty straight away. You must first know the other person. You must trust and feel comfortable with them.
People think you're snooty since you don't speak much and gaze at your phone to avoid interaction, but you just need time to acclimate. You require more time to adjust to others. Strangers won't be your best friends straight away. That's not your method.
You're not a showoff. You frequently draw attention. To show generosity and compassion, you let others speak first. However, being overly kind might backfire.
Even if you want to let others talk, your silence might make you seem snooty. Unfortunately, not everyone has your heart, so they won't believe you're so good. They'll suspect you're acting or have hidden motivations. They don't get you.
Because you don't start conversations, people may think you're snooty. It's not because you don't care about others. Your loved ones matter to you. You are devoted and faithful.
Because you don't want to bother someone, you seldom reach out initially while you're thinking of them. Avoid interrupting them when they're busy. You degrade yourself, not them. You're not as judgemental as people think. Because you stay to yourself, you're misunderstood.
You enjoy solitude. Most of the time, you prefer solitude over company. Some would think you're snooty since you're so independent. When you don't care about others, they'll think you're better.
You don't waste time judging. Your time is better spent elsewhere. Focus on your passions and dreams. Some people can't believe you don't care what others think. They think you're snooty because they can't imagine living independently like you.