Share a name and give us the stereotype that goes with that name. For example...
Vicky - sexy, popular, active
Buffy- sexy, popular, valley girl type, self absorbed, or kick ass vampire hunter with an attitude.
Dick- Serious, suave, intense, a real wise guy, and one helluva a detective that fights colorful adversaries that are so unbelievable they could only exist in comic strips...or unless you get Warren Beatty to play him on the big screen.
Dave - Plain, Boring, Welsh, some one who hangs out at the local pub? haha, obviously not all daves are like this, just makes me think of the TV show only fools and horses!
Usually a woman with Big breasts and probably moonlights as a stripper, when now running her free home schooling program.
Usually a man with a Big belly and probably spends most of his money on strippers, when not attending a free home schooling program.
A Lulu and a Bubba cannot marry in sixteen states.
Margaret - She knows what she's doing, well prepared, reliable.
McCarthy.... the aggressive exposure of Communists influences in America and the people who protect them.
Damn I love my Stereotype.
Malcolm - cardigan and slipper wearing. Drinks sweet sherry and stands whenever he sees the Queen on TV.
Izzy - just a wonderful person all round - kind, sensitive, supportive, knowledgeable, friendly, warm, intelligent, less-mad-than-most, funny, sexy (not me, the name!) helpful, beautiful, smart (had to look at other replies for ideas), definitely slipper-wearing, bright, not-superactive but would like to be, reliable, well-prepared except when she isn't, did one day have big breasts, now saggy, blonde (sort of), helpful, have I missed anything?
by Rainbow Pride 8 years ago
Hello, I'm Rainbow Pride. I'm new here, although some of you may have seen me exploring the forums a bit today.My goal here is to gain support for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders by writing about them.My first project will be about LGBT Stereotypes. So I'd like to ask the community here...
by knslms 9 years ago
Why is there so much focus on stereotypes of every group of people except for Christians? You don't have to read these forums, or any forums very long to see that this is true. This is just another example of the bible fulfilling itself.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
From going through religious and political forums, I noticed some hubbers feel that democrats are pro atheists while republicans are pro religion. Although, I've met plenty of atheists that were republicans, and I've known quite a few religious democrats during my time. Therefore, I'm a...
by TheBlondie 7 years ago
What do you think is the most unfair stereotype?
by Michael Ward 5 years ago
How do you feel about the stereotyping of beliefs?For example whenever an atheist like me does something wrong it somehow manages to reflect on atheists as a whole, not just me as a person. Whenever a catholic does something wrong it's a similar event (like the priest scandals). Whenever it's a...
by TheBlondie 7 years ago
Do people sometimes try to fit themselves into a stereotype?I sometimes find myself trying to identify with specific stereotypes, even though I don't think I am one. Does anyone else do this? Why do you?
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