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Can you name the stereotypical attributes that comprise 99% of all female characters in Books, Movies, TV, etc.?
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Disclaimer: This is all in good fun, and in no way should be taken otherwise. These are just some patterns in fiction that often appear for ladies. There are plenty for men too, obviously.
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Welcome to your stereotypical journey! For the purposes of the quiz, the female character will be referred to as you. (Sorry, Fellas)
Good job, you're already ahead of the game.
As many ladies know, it's hard to get noticed when you're flat.
Where do your alliances lie?
Yes, join the dark side.
I sense a male author present.
What a way to go.
Way to stay classy while causing havoc.
Like Mystique before you, you're maliciously delicious.
You don't need a mustache to cause chaos.
Don't be fooled. She will kill you, and love every minute of it.
Wow, how progressive.
Age before beauty applies to villainy too.
Of course, because women can't be alone, right?
Like Lucille Bluth, your family is all you have... but you're working on that.
Who needs children when your husband follows your every command?
You have the power... and some serious self-esteem issues.
Of course not, Hollywood only likes young faces.
Oh, it must be a chick flick then.
Regina George would be so proud of you, right before she psychologically crippled you.
Enjoy it while it lasts because he won't be yours for long.
Right, becaue a girl can't lead unless it's a chick flick.
You are woman and you will roar.
Do you like him like him?
Of course you do, there's always some romance there somewhere.
That just means you need to try harder to get him.
What you had was special... he just doesn't remember it like you do.
You could have the perfect relationship, if only he'd stop running away.
Good for you.
Like Tracy Flick, you've got ambition up the wazoo and you're not afraid to use it.
You're evil, and that's pretty much all the character development you're going to get.
Don't worry, you can still have ideas without representing one.
Hooray for not being a robot!
Like Gwen Stacy, you had so much potential. Too bad for you, the protagonist's character development is more important than your survival.
They do exist!
Be a good little girl.
Snaps for not being just a source for sexual tension.
Stronger in numbers, I guess.
You mainly stay aloof, but have been known to flip flop at times. Whatever you do what you want.
Feel the heal.
You are intelligent and strong-willed, but because you're a girl, also sensitive and look good in your suit.
You keep the crew of the Enterprise emotionally stable with your empathic abilities.
Even the voice of reason can be perceived as shrill.
You're smart and people love you for it, but they're rarely in love with you for it.
Like Angelica Pickles, you know you're in charge and it's about time everyone else did too.
Like Dorothy Zbornak, you're always ready to drag your friends back to reality with the ever-ready sarcastic comment.
Where else would the emotions lie?
Sorry, you're just there to pretty up the room.
I should hope so.
Like Molly Weasley, you see everyone as your babies and will protect them as such.
Like Leeloo, you are more than meets the eye.
Not afraid to fight, eh?
You'll fight, but still look fabulous doing it.
Like Zoe Washburne, you are lean, mean, fighting machine.
Ah, an even playing field.
Like River Tam, you have a troubled past that's made you into the awesome fighting machine you are.
Like Chun-Li, you're not afraid to mix it up with the big boys.
Like Hit Girl, you like Hello Kitty, comics, and killing... lots and lots of killing.
Sometimes you have to man up to be taken seriously.
You have a massive chip on your shoulder, and will go down in a blaze of glory.
You're just one of the guys.
Shut up, Meg.
Then you must want to make your family bigger, right?
Of course you want one, you're a baby factory.
It's entrapment with the female's greatest weapon: babies with a side of hot steaming guilt.
You biological clock is ticking like this! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!
Of course, keeping those kids in check is a full-time job.
You know what's best for them, no matter what.
Like Sarah Connor, you will take on the world to protect your precious baby.
Like Claire Littleton, your baby has a knack for getting into trouble, but you have a powerful set of lungs to scream for help when he does.
You're kid is one bad–Shut your mouth!
You've got better things to do than change diapers.
Everybody loves a baby, right?
It'll be tough, but chances are you'll find your way in the span of 90 minutes.
Don't fool yourself, you're a love interest.
No visits from the stork for you.
Be careful where you step, you're walking into a world of stereotypes.
Uh oh, that's not good.
Didn't you learn anything from Scream?
Your one motivation: payback.
Phew, dodged a bullet there.
Like Samara Morgan, you prove that creepy children can be just as scary as chainsaw-wielding adults.
Oh good, those creepy kids freak me out.
You don't know how you did it, but you managed to avoid the bloodbath and come out victorious.
Good job, you just avoided a barrage of stereotypes.
You're not afraid to crack a few skulls.
One track mind, eh?
Like Red Sonja, you like to kick butt and that's pretty much all you do.
You wouldn't want to break a nail, right?
Practically perfect in every way.
Like the Oracle, you know exactly what's going on, and through your exceedingly cryptic advice you'll make sure it stays that way.
Of course, Hollywood only likes fresh young faces.
What's not to like?
At least through the male persepctive.
You're amazingly intelligent, outrageously beautiful, adored by all around you, and completely unrealistic.
Oh good, you know you're not perfect.
You'll get a life as soon as your paperwork is done.
If you can't say something nice... who are you kidding, you'll say anything that comes to mind.
They're just like real people, right? Little, furry, apathetic people.
Like Lisa Turtle, your riches will make your friends love you and hate you at the same time.
Like Blanche Devereaux, you are notoriously man-hungry and little else.
Like Brittany Pierce, you're not the brightest bulb, but that's OK because you wouldn't know how to install it anyway.
See any one of the Kardashians.
You're affinity for falling makes everyone fall for you.
Like Helen Lovejoy, you know everything about everyone and soon everyone else will too.
You have a knack for getting into trouble, but don't worry someone will be with you shortly.
You are the product of bad luck, bad writing and female paranoia that men are scum and will hurt you.
Welcome to 90% of all female roles.
You never made it, but you'll always be his favorite fantasy.
Warning: entering chick flick territory.
Of course! He's your one and only someone.
Did you see Mannequin? Yeah, you don't need to see Mannequin.
Just like real life!
Pssh, you can take care of yourself thank you very much.
Like Knives Chau, you were the best thing that ever happened to him... he just doesn't know it yet.
Like Mikaela Banes, you're roles are to pretty up the scenery and provide the triumphant kiss before the credits.
So what? You like a little variety.
Way to tie that down.
Duh, he's a moron.
Like Marge Simpson, you love that neanderthal of a husband despite the fact that he's aging you horribly.
Of course you are! He needs to know what a horrible job he's doing.
Like Debra Barone, you won't rest until every ounce of your man's independence is crushed.
You would try to change your man, if you weren't too busy shopping.
As Tammy Wynette said, stand by your man.
Like EVE, you are not afraid to join the fray by your man's side.
Nah, too much work.
Like Lois Griffin, you are loved by everyone, especially your man.
You don't care what others think, as long as you make your man happy.
Not yet at least.
He must see the error of his ways.
Like Neytiri, you need to show your man that cultural acceptance is the way to go.
No depressing issues of cultural diversity for you.
Like Sam in Garden State, you're eccentric, quirky, unpredictable, and quite possibly insane. What's not to like?
At least you have some character development.
Like Arwen, you won't let the fact that you're different species keep you from getting your man.
You'll be perfectly happy once you realize you're with the wrong man.
Like Kate Austen, you just can't quite make up your mind.
Lighten up, will ya?
I'll get a life as soon as I get that promotion.
Helga Pataki said it best, 'Oh, Arnold, how I love you. And yet I hate you!'
Don't worry. All you need to do is take off the glasses, let down your hair, and do a slow-mo walk down some stairs and the boys will come running.
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