Which high school stereotype did you fit (if you fit one)?

Which high school stereotype did you fit (if you fit one)?

View Poll Results: Which high school stereotype do you think you were?

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  • Jock/Cheerleader

    10 4.83%
  • Class Clown

    23 11.11%
  • Keener/Teacher's Pet

    13 6.28%
  • Bad Boy/Bad Girl

    20 9.66%
  • Guy/Girl Next Door

    18 8.70%
  • Hipster

    18 8.70%
  • Loner

    105 50.72%
  • Nerd/Geek/Brainer

    75 36.23%
  • Other

    50 24.15%
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    Which high school stereotype did you fit (if you fit one)?

    This has probably been done I assume?

    It's funny how we've had this notion of high school stereotypes when it's not that true these days.

    Of course most of us will assume we do not fit one given how we're all well-rounded character-wise but how do you think the others perceived you??

    EDIT: Ah I forgot "Artist/Strange Kid" lol
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    Nothing in particuliar in high school. If it wasn't for anxiety probably something like class clown.

    In reality; that silent asocial classmate. Some people thought I was dangerous O.o

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    My stereotype wasn't really here. D: D: D: So I picked the girl next door because, at face value, that's what a lot of people assumed I was. I was the writer/artist/chorus girl who was somewhat quiet but "DEEP".
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  4. #4

    Mix between class clown and girl next door.
    In the beginning of high school, I was pretty brash and made my classmates laugh with my remarks and wit. I wasn't the hyperactive class clown that threw crumpled up paper at people, or ran around screaming. I was subtle and people loved that quality.

    In my last two years, I started taking my studies much more seriously and became a staple. Everybody knew me, but I only hung around with one group. From what I recall, nobody really disliked me because there wasn't much to disagree with, so I was just the artsy/cool kid people said hi to, and acted friendly around. Just kinda there. Nothing special. I kept to myself for the most part and absorbed in my work and little quartet during school and after.
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    There's no Ferris Bueller option? =( My high school was really small (less than 100 students) so everyone knew everyone decently well and every student loved me and my best friend and always came to us for everything.
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    I attended my last year of high school in a DoDDs school in Germany, so I don't have any classic heart-warming tales of lifelong friendships going on there. However, It might be safe to say that just about everyone was an alcoholic, even the principal. It was like being in a cartoon. Never mind the last three boring years of high school before that in Hicktown, Colorado.

    Hungover science teacher ftw.
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    Those only really work in US high schools... I think. In PR there was pretty much only two, and it was more about morality. The "face" of the differences was music choice, and people assumed that because of what you listened to you were good/bad. Many fights and even deaths over it.
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  8. #8

    A strange mix of most everything - cheerleader, class clown, bad girl, hipster and loner. Don't ask me how that worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakti View Post
    A strange mix of most everything - cheerleader, class clown, bad girl, hipster and loner. Don't ask me how that worked
    Sounds sexy
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    The loner whom everyone picked on~ my only friends were the dinner lady and janitor T__T
    *weeps*


     
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