Here are descriptions of common labels given to people in society (note that not all of them are 100% correct):
: Wears lots of black (such as clothes from Hot Topic
), has pale skin, wears lots of makeup (even if it's a guy), dyes their hair dark colors, listens to rock
music which talk about sad stuff, cut themselves, and cry alot.
: Wears clothes twice their size, pulls down their pants to show their boxers, wear lots of chains around their neck, talk in ebonics
, listen to rap
, loves smoking and doing other drugs, constantly engages in criminal behavior such as vandalism
, and (usually) are black, or PRETEND to be black.
: Loves shopping at stores such as Abercrombie and Fitch
, wears lots of pink, frequently wears short revealing clothes such as miniskirts or mini tanktops, listens to pop music
, speaks with exaggerations on many words such as "like, oh my GOD, that is SOOOOO kewl
!", is self-centered and conceited, and usually have blonde hair (which might be dyed as well).
: Wears clothing such as ripped faded jeans, plaid shorts, studded belts, band shirts, etc., has a mohawk
(in which the spikes may have dyed colors), doesn't give a shit about what everyone thinks of them, wants to rebel against society, loves to skate, smokes or does other drugs, and of course, listens to punk rock
: Wears lots of sports-related clothes such as basketball jerseys, has sneakers such as Nike's or Adidas, works out a lot, like the prep is self-centered and conceited, puts on lots of deodorant, (obviously) loves to play sports, and when not playing, watches them on TV (ESPN
, for example), and lastly, can't pass an academic grade at school if his life (or rather, his professional career) depended on it.
Labels are not 100% accurate - they're more of a stereotypical view of today's people, and many find this disrespectful. However, it is also true that labels can help classify a certain type of person that another might be looking for. Just don't expect for the person to be exactly like the label is described.