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    Default Highschool Stereotypes and Personality Types

    Soo..being very stereotypical here, which type do you think suits these types best?




    Queen B:
    Captain of the Cheerleaders:
    Sidekick Cheerleaders:
    Jock:
    Geek:
    Quiet, shy girl:
    Arty one:
    Flamboyant one into Drama:
    Butch Girl:
    Feminine Guy:
    Pimp:
    Goth:
    Emo:
    Loud, annoying one:
    School journalist:
    School gossip:
    Sl#t:




    You don't have to answer all, I know some are a bit vague and link to each other. But oh well Have fun.
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    There is another thread on this topic i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    There is another thread on this topic i think.
    Is there? Where
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    I really don't know too well because I suck at typing people lol. But I'll try by the typical stereotypes we see and not the actual person

    Queen B: ESTP
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ESFP
    Sidekick Cheerleaders:
    Jock:
    Geek: INTJ
    Quiet, shy girl: ISFJ
    Arty one: ISFP
    Flamboyant one into Drama:
    Butch Girl:
    Feminine Guy:
    Pimp: ENxJ
    Goth:
    Emo: INFP
    Loud, annoying one: ESFP
    School journalist: ESTP
    School gossip:
    Sl#t:

    ...I have noooo idea. So don't slap me please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I really don't know too well because I suck at typing people lol. But I'll try by the typical stereotypes we see and not the actual person

    Queen B: ESTP
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ESFP
    Sidekick Cheerleaders:
    Jock:
    Geek: INTJ
    Quiet, shy girl: ISFJ
    Arty one: ISFP
    Flamboyant one into Drama:
    Butch Girl:
    Feminine Guy:
    Pimp: ENxJ
    Goth:
    Emo: INFP
    Loud, annoying one: ESFP
    School journalist: ESTP
    School gossip:
    Sl#t:

    ...I have noooo idea. So don't slap me please.
    *Slaps*
    <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soar337 View Post
    *Slaps*
    I saw this comming a mile away.
    Its ok, for every slap I recieve a hug is given back
    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.

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    Jock: ESTP/ESFP
    Geek: Pretty much anything with an N
    Quiet, shy girl: ISFP
    Arty one: I__P
    Feminine Guy: ENFJ
    Goth: INFP
    Emo: INFP
    School gossip: ESTJ/ESFJ
    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I saw this comming a mile away.
    Its ok, for every slap I recieve a hug is given back
    *Slaps you like, a hundred times*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    *Slaps you like, a hundred times*
    Once again, I should've seen this comming.

    Oh well.
    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.

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    Queen B: ENTJ
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ENFJ
    Sidekick Cheerleaders: ESFJ
    Jock: ESTP
    Geek: INTP
    Quiet, shy girl: ISTJ
    Arty one: ISFP
    Flamboyant one into Drama: ESFP
    Butch Girl: ESTJ
    Feminine Guy: ISFJ
    Pimp: ISTP
    Goth: INFP
    Emo: INFP
    Loud, annoying one: ESTP
    School journalist: INTJ
    School gossip: ISFJ
    Sl#t: ESTx

    INFJs don't quite fit in...

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    Queen B: ENFJ
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ESFJ
    Sidekick Cheerleaders: ISFJ
    Jock: ESTP
    Geek: ISTJ/INTP
    Quiet, shy girl: ISFP
    Arty one: INFP
    Flamboyant one into Drama: ESFJ
    Butch Girl: ISFJ
    Feminine Guy: ENFJ
    Pimp: ESTP
    Goth: IN_P
    Emo: ISFP
    Loud, annoying one: ESTJ
    School journalist: INTJ
    School gossip: ESFP
    Sl#t: ESTP
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