What's your "mental" stereotype?

What's your "mental" stereotype?

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What's your "mental" stereotype?

Post by Snipawolf » 22 Apr 2007, 02:08

Me, I'm in that "Fucken gothic/emo shit you listen to, I can't understand what they say"

LOL, despite the fact they have never heard any song by any of the bands I listen to!

Ignorant asses :lol:
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Post by Neddie » 22 Apr 2007, 02:12

Stereotypes are an unavoidable externality of the schema our minds implement to organize data. Sad, isn't it?

Anyway, I'm seen simultaneously as an effeminate caucasian wuss and as a maddening intellectual.
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Post by LathanStanley » 22 Apr 2007, 02:13

ok I don't get what you are asking, or saying... :|
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Post by PicassoCT » 22 Apr 2007, 02:20

Me understands nothing
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Post by Snipawolf » 22 Apr 2007, 02:22

What do people categorize you as?

Like... IRL, most of my friends think I like heavy metal where the people scream in fucked up voices that you can't understand, which is clearly wrong if you ever had heard anything I listen to...

So, if you are really quiet, people might think you're shy.. But you might be like me and be like "I don't like anybody here and am kind of antisocial, so, kthxbai!"

Can you understand now? Stereotypes aren't that confusing, hehe
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Post by AF » 22 Apr 2007, 02:46

peopl here are too willing to believe the rumours they hear and bear grudges as a result.
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Post by Snipawolf » 22 Apr 2007, 02:50

Well, calling people ignorant is the greatest fun for me, not to mention, these are my friends, not serious friends, like chris, but pretty close. I don't hold grudges against them.

Edit: Oh and, I don't believe rumors, cuz I hear it straight from "the horse's mouth" :wink:
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Post by Guessmyname » 22 Apr 2007, 02:54

Bizarre, and rather scary (I have this unusual ability to sneak up silently on people unintentionally. No-one's entirely sure why, myself included)
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Post by Cabbage » 22 Apr 2007, 03:00

I'm afflicted with a magnetic personality, rugged good looks... people tend to put me into the "He's probably a really great laugh and i bet all the women can't keep away" group.

It really gets on my tits, they almost always forget the sickeningly rich part...

:(
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Post by Snipawolf » 22 Apr 2007, 03:05

lol, and pretty recently one of my friends said "I bet if somebody here were to just stand up in the middle of a class with two sawed off 410's and start blowin people's brains out, it would be you!"

It was hilarious for a second, before I noticed he was serious :shock:
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Post by rattle » 22 Apr 2007, 03:35

Your weird friend is sooooooo american.
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Post by manored » 22 Apr 2007, 03:55

rattle wrote:Your weird friend is sooooooo american.
STERIEOTYPE! :)

I think most of my school friends (actual they are not friends I forgot the apropiate word) see me as some sort of superintelligent antisocial child... :)
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Post by Snipawolf » 22 Apr 2007, 03:57

Associates most likely...

Well, I don't blame him, I draw all sorts of weird stuff, like... People gettin chopped in half by robots :twisted:

and I consistantly wear a dull green jacket that comes down to my knees...
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Post by FLOZi » 22 Apr 2007, 04:09

raving communist
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Post by Guessmyname » 22 Apr 2007, 04:14

I think you've been around Spiked for too long, Flozi...
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Post by FLOZi » 22 Apr 2007, 04:15

I was communist before he was, actually.

I'm not *quite* as big on the 'raving' part, however. :P
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Post by TradeMark » 22 Apr 2007, 04:20

I would say im just neutral.
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Post by Aun » 22 Apr 2007, 05:03

A disturbing amount of people assume I'm gay... Most people categorise me as an effeminate caucasian wuss (=P), homosexual, drug addict or an incredibly disturbed/angry gay drug addict...

Though a persons opinion of my personality tends to change drastically as they get to know me better.

None of the above are particulary close btw. =)
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Post by Aun » 22 Apr 2007, 05:07

Guessmyname wrote:Bizarre, and rather scary (I have this unusual ability to sneak up silently on people unintentionally. No-one's entirely sure why, myself included)
My friend has that and she's just the right height to accidentally elbow in the face...
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Post by Snipawolf » 22 Apr 2007, 05:25

Aun wrote:
Guessmyname wrote:Bizarre, and rather scary (I have this unusual ability to sneak up silently on people unintentionally. No-one's entirely sure why, myself included)
My friend has that and she's just the right height to accidentally elbow in the face...
10 times worse then :lol:
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