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    Senior Member Valhallahereicome's Avatar
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    Hmm, fit in: According to my roommate just now, I fit into the Girl Who People Think Is Shy But Really Is Not category.
    Also, hopeless idealist, future lawyer in denial, and San Francisco liberal.
    "The quieter they seem, the more freaky they are."
    "All smokers are rebellious."
    "All psych majors have issues themselves."

    Don't fit in: Pretty much any gender or ethnic stereotype.
    Submissive Asian flower, future housewife in training, holder of traditional values, gatekeeper of Oriental wisdom, bearer of a secret desire to sell state secrets to China and help it achieve nuclear domination.
    Shallow, gossipy, petty, materialistic, appearance-oriented, uninterested in thought for female stereotypes.

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    eccentric and weird

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    um, i'm not sure. I've been called a hippie many times. A party girl once in a while. A prep. A "smart person." (I think they mean nerd when they say that.) I guess I feel like I mildly fit in with each one of these groups. Oh, also "a nurse-person" or "a nursey person." I think that's a pretty accurate stereotype for me, since its the group I feel most at home with. (Nurses are mostly SF's I noticed.)

    A couple of sad emo types have called me the "happy, cheerleader type" but I don't think I fit in with this one.

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    True stereotypes:
    - Absent-minded, scatterbrained professor
    - Shrewd, sometimes cutthroat businessman (when I really want to be)

    False stereotypes:
    - Social introvert (once they learn I have engineering degrees :rolli
    - Judgmental (once they learn I work in psychology :rolli
    - Workaholic (although this one used to be true)

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    Per high school years:

    TRUE STEREOTYPES


    • The smart person who acted stupid.
    • Absent-minded professor.
    • The one with specialized, esoteric knowledge.
    • Always picked last in gym class.
    • The one no one understood. (No, I mean, really.)

    FALSE STEREOTYPES

    • The athlete.
    • The valedictorian.
    • The emo kid.
    • The girly girl.

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    high school sterotypes:
    the girl with the big rack who everyone thought was a whore because she had a big rack.
    airhead/ditz
    scene kid
    chola
    'one of the guys' because i was the only girl so some might say tomboy or flirt?
    the commie


    um...i think all of them have been true at one point except for the whore part. i really didnt sleep around but no one believed me u_u


    i get stereotyped now with hipster/beatnik/mod. guess its all true.
    She talks pretty but says mean things

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    Well..True stereotypes:

    Nerd
    Music/Theater Geek
    Goof off
    Non conformist
    "Smart" humor

    False stereotypes:
    Athletic
    Coward
    The good kid
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    True stereotypes:

    Nerd, artistic, weirdo, bookworm

    False stereotypes (and why):

    Studious (I don't study all the time. Actually, I study very little. I just happen to have very effective study methods that allow me to retain information with as little work as possible.)

    Goody Two-Shoes (Oh please. People call me this, I think, because I seem like the kind of stiff-necked law-abiding person that would rat people out. I have ratted people out, but not because of some need to be self-righteous. Mostly because they annoyed the hell out of me and I felt no loyalty towards them.)

    Innocent (I'm not. I say the most strange and shocking things and what's more, find them funny.)

    The Quiet One (Most of the time, when people say this, they usually also say, "It's always the quiet ones" as if whoever they're talking about is a psychopath. I'm not all that quiet, nor am I a psychopath, nor am I some undiscovered genius.)
    "I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference."

    Robert Frost

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    emo. goody two shoes. innocent. nerd.

    (edit: hey, I'm just like you Kyrielle! haha! X'D)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bananafish View Post
    emo. goody two shoes. innocent. nerd.

    (edit: hey, I'm just like you Kyrielle! haha! X'D)
    Hello my clone.
    "I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference."

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