Man : Common stereotype DJ, Class Clown
The wild party boy with a clowny sense of humor. Extremely intelligent, but prone to laziness. Weed can cause academic letdowns.
Woman : Common stereotype Teacher’s pet, Class Scholar
Ms. Graceful, long wonderful hair, smooth skin, well dressed and spoken but sometimes socially awkward. Typically a genius.
Man : Common stereotype Jock, Gearhead
That guy who talks to a crap ton of women and talks and talks and talks.
Woman : Common stereotype Ditsy Blonde, Whimsical hippie [but always strong willed]
That peppy, spritey and cute girl who can’t hold a grudge against anyone.
Man : Common stereotype Overdressed Gino, Carefree slacker
That guy who looks vulnerable and is always trying to act cool. But when you catch him off guard he is goofy as hell.
Woman : Common stereotype Ms. Congeniality, Maneater
The innocent and unassuming woman who comes off a little ditsy and tries to make everyone happy. Behind the scenes she is plotting her course for what she wants out of people.
Man : Common stereotype Workaholic, Party animal
The guy who is wild yet still manages to work and study hard
Woman : Common stereotype Overachiever, Slut
The girl who talks smut and sex openly with a fun loving nature
Man : Common stereotype Mr. Laid back, Bully
The slow talking and jive walking fella. He’s bossy and sometimes a bully but everyone excuses that because of how cool he is.
Woman : Common stereotype Child at heart, Ms. I don’t give a ____
Her smile will melt your heart and her body will lift off your rocket. Charming and childlike. Also that girl who is storming out of the place after letting out a barrage of loud curses.
Man : Common stereotype The Artist, Mr. Explainer
That quiet guy who is always explaining something when he does talk. Very cool and laid back.
[Oddly… all the strict homosexual men I know are Libran]
Woman : Common stereotype just like me, Blinded by love
That sultry seductress who hides all her emotions speaks eloquently and has the world of problems and a therapy group for all her divorced husbands.
Man : Common stereotype Player, Goofball
That guy who goes around hiding his emotions and trying to be hard. Overcompensating for his insecurities.
Woman : Common stereotype The kinky Librarian, Everyone’s sweetheart
The cute and ladylike woman who charms you with her angelic voice demeanor and when crossed she turns into the ice queen from hell and rips your now armorless hide to shreds.
Man : Common stereotype The panty conqueror, Mr. Fun
The socially awkward cat who everyone loves to have around always looking for a good time and a good drink
Woman : Common stereotype The Free Spirit, Ms. Promiscuous
That girl up there dancing on the pole/table smoking a cig with a bulls-eye tattoo on her lower back and piercings you won’t find out about till the time is right. Cursing loudly, cracking jokes with everyone and being very friendly.
Man : Common stereotype Mr. Random, The Heart-breaker
The guy other guys are jealous of. He always has the most beautiful girls and always has a trail of scornful exs soon after
Woman : Common stereotype Miss HBIC (Head cookiemonster in Charge), Gossip queen [Rachel McAdams was perfect in Mean Girls]
The adorable and independent lady who likes to party and gossip. Turning heads everywhere she goes and trusting of few.
Man : Common stereotype A Man’s Man, Silky Smooth
The nice guy who everyone looks up to because of his material achievements. He loves to romance and women want him for what he has to offer.
Woman : Common stereotype Ms. Mellow, Attention seeker
Crazy chicks with a taste for fashion and sometimes attention. They want to be spoiled and would prefer to stay home a little more than they like to go out.
Man : Common stereotype Manjust like me, Mr. Perfect
The smart *** who confuses and enthralls all he comes across. He ticks you off with his remarks but his intellect is such a turn on you can’t help but be intrigued.
Woman : Common stereotype The cookie-monster you don’t mess with, Ms. Hard to get
Bubbly and caring, cute and reserved but will chop your head off the minute you overstep your bound