8 Apr


So I havnt posted in a while. yer yerr I know im not gonna make up some lame excuse of why I havnt so lets just say I havnt been really in the mood to post. But today I am, mostly because I don’t have a life on a Friday night that id rather post on my website from like seventh grade like yerr im cool. So what todays post is gonna be about is stupid stereotypes. First im gonna list a few commonly known stereotypes that most people judge for someone based on how they dress.

Hipsters: Smoke, dress very “gay”, wear a lot of colors, dirty, long beards, mean people.
This is a stereotype that is mostly not true. I actually am considered to be a semi-hipster. I don’t smoke, im not dirty, I don’t have a long beard, and im believed to be very nice. Everyone always calls me “gay” like really. This is what pisses me off. If I said im not, why should the way i dress determine what I am. Oh, so since I wear skinny jeans, lots of colors, and i like to be fashionable. These do not make me “gay”, it makes me a hipster.

Goth/Emo: Wear only black, scary mean people, hate everyone, cut themselves, shy people.
This also doesn’t determine if people are emo or goth. Yeah, they may wear a lot of black but pay more attention, they wear a lot of colors. I also know a lot of really nice goth people who do not hate everyone. Also they don’t cut themselves, just because they’re emo doesn’t necessarily mean they cut themselves. A lot of goths and emo kids are also very outgoing.

Jocks: Extremely mean, think they’re better than everyone, perverts, think that they are the best.
Jocks are not all mean, many of them are actually the nicest people ever. I also know a lot of jocks who arnt perverts, even though some are, that doesn’t make all of them perverts. Many jocks also have confidence problems.

Preps: Dont pay attention to some people, snotty, popular, think they’re better.
I actually have a lot of prep friends. Most preps are actually not snotty, and I know some that actually arnt that popular.

Popular: Hate EVERYONE who doesn’t follow them.
Well I am gonna be a little bias on this one because I really don’t care for popular people because most of them arnt really nice and I have no respect for you if you’re not nice. But I have very few popular friends and they’re all pretty nice to me.

The whole point of this post? Well because I’m bored and I want to bring across the point to not judge and to accept someone for who they are, because as long as they’re nice to you, why does it matter what they’re like?




One Response to “Stereotypes”

  1. Abcd77 April 19, 2011 at 10:44 PM #

    I can steroptype most guys who where skinny jeans as semi-gay. If you ask me, skinny jeans are for girls, not dudes. Most of my close friends don’t wear skinny jeans, and there (most of them) strong.

    On the other hand at my middle school, it’s the popular people who were skinny jeans. And most of the boys who wheres skinny jeans, have longish hair as well. I know that they are not gay (i hope there not) but my first impression of them would be Gay.

    at my school most goths don’t cut themselves. But they do dress is lots of black.

    Preps, just let me knock there head off. Because that happy asshole that wears a bunch of areo and thinks that Wal*Mart is for bums, kinda deserves to get there ass kicked.

    Popular There all assholes as well. they think there better because there parents spoil them with a bunch of clothes and junk that they dont need. There all 2 faced jerks.

    Me, I’d say that I’m a clown or kinda of free going. I have about 8-10 BEST friends to hang with,and don’t need my own 25 person group. I like to play around during class and just have fun. My bad side? I’m really annoying. Mostly if my jokes fail to humor you, they annoy you. And i district the people who want to learn, witch ins’t right.

    Were all different people with different backgrounds with different feelings/thoughts/emotions. We shouldn’t judge people but Our own Old sin nature causes us too.

    Good post luhy!


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