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1.
1 - Someone who sits at home all day while upping their levels on World Of Warcraft.

2 - Super smart A+ kids who think they are better than you.

3 - Strange inbreds who slack off all day and have no friends or social life.

NOT TRUE.
I happen to be homeschooled. I have normal friends and a social life.. and i don't wear high waisted jeans.

I think it's examples 1, 2, and 3, that give the rest of us a bad name.
John - Where do you go to school?

Laura - I'm a homeschooler.

John - Really? You're so.. normal.

by seamonkeysarerad January 15, 2008
 
2.
1. someone who's parents don't want there kids doing drugs or getting pregnant.
public schooler: omg!! lady gaga is so awesum!!!!
homeschooler: Who is that?
by littleleahh April 28, 2010
 
3.
A totally normal person who rolls their eyes at the stereotype.
I'm a homeschooler, and I wear clothes from Gap, Old Navy, and Target. My friends (also homeschoolers) wear off-the-shoulder tops, tie-dye jeans, One Direction t-shirts, and more. My hair is not down to my knees, I'm not Mormon, I'm not related to the Duggars, and I've never been in a spelling bee.

I am on the smart side, but I don't spend eight hours in a classroom five days a week! I hate video games. I know who Lady Gaga is, I know who Miley Cyrus is, I can name the members of One Direction, and I own an iPad.

I drink the occasional soda, and I'm not antisocial. I can't count my friends, there are too many. I do art classes, co-op, drama group, and more.

In short? Homeschoolers are just like you.
Public schooler: So where do you go to school?

Homeschooler: Actually, I'm homeschooled.

Public schooler: Oh, wow. That's too bad. I mean, I bet you don't have, like, a social life.

Homeschooler: * raises eyebrows* You spend eight hours a day in a classroom. And you think I don't have a social life?
by Sarcasm54 March 23, 2013
 
4.
A NORMAL person. Listen, I'm tired of the stereotypes. We are not all Mormons, Many of us have amazing fashion sense, and homeschoolers that fit the stereotype are a minority.

I KNOW who Lady Gaga is,I don't have to ask to use Google, I have a YouTube channel, and I'm homeschooled.

Plus, homeschoolers have time to do awesome extracurricular activities and socialize, while other kids sit in a classroom all day and get in trouble for socializing.

Oh yeah, and my chores don't involve milking the cow.
Person: What school do you go to?
Homeschooler: I'm homeschooled.
Person: Oh. what do you do all day?
Homeschooler: Lots of things.
Person: Like Latin and stuff, cause I like to go on the Internet. You know about the Internet right?
Homeschooler: Here's my email. Let me know if you want help setting up a blog or a Facebook page. You can friend me on Facebook too. I have lots of friends!
Person: Really? Wow...
by defyingthestereotype March 24, 2013
 
5.
A group of super-agents whose goal and objective in life is to keep America safe from Communists, Dictators, and general bad stuff. They have extensive operational history, the first known case was when John Wilkes Booth was taken out by a homeschooled assassin. The most recent known case was a joint op with the Navy SEALS on the Osama Bin Laden raid. Most homeschoolers don't talk about their operations, and stay secretive and shy so their mission won't be in danger of being compromised.
Today, homeschoolers participate in extensive missions across the world, mainly in North Korea and Iran. The details of the missions are, of course, highly classified. All homeschoolers have been trained in martial arts and small group tactics, and 99% of them have qualified as "expert" according to Secret Service shooting standards. A select few have been trained in counterintelligence operations, and serve as double agents in the normal school systems. Most of the time, they're disguised as wimpy geeks and nerds.
In many areas, there is a homeschool "base" consisting of fortified buildings, along with an armory. The locations of the bases are still unknown, but rumor has it most of them tend to be in secluded locations, such as Alaska, out West, and parts of upper Michigan. All homeschoolers are expected to be in a state of readiness and be able to report to their base of operations in no longer than 30 minutes to respond to any contingency operation by an enemy of the United States.
Although the State Police recieved credit for the saving of the President's life, rumor has it that a highly trained group of homeschoolers were the actual ones responsible for the saving of his life.

The outnumbered group of homeschoolers managed to fight off the superior numbers of Communist minions using Uzis, Desert Eagles, and Sawed-off Shotguns.

"It's Ok. I'm homeschooled."

"Have you seen Captain America in action? He has to be homeschooled!"
by DDI March 01, 2013
 
6.
There are two different types.

Ninja homeschoolers (I.E. People who don't have a say in the matter, and are forced against their will to be homechooled, and, if you don't know them, you can't tell if they are homechooled. They usually wear cool clothes, and have good social lives, and are pretty trendy.

Then there are the scary (almost Mormon) homeschoolers. Who have NO social life until collage, wear khaki or bluejean skirts and nearly bellbottom jeans, and polos, and only care about their grade, and their only friends are their siblings.

BY THE WAY!! IMMMA NINJA HOMECHOOLER SO SUCK IT
Person one: So, where do you go to school?
Ninja homeschooler: At my house!! It's freekin retarded!

Person one: Hi!

Stereotypical homeschooler: Um... Hi? Look I have to go work on my science project...
by The ninja homeschooler March 14, 2011
 
7.
a really smart kid who meets the following criteria:
really smart
anti-social regardless of 15 extracurricular activities
pro-life
spelling bee champion
homeschool debate team
already in college... community college
anti-evolution - no, sworn to defeat the evolutionists
pro-creation, if you know what i mean. definitely their parents
pro-bush
conservative
anti-liberal
you get the point
normal person: you're a homeschooler? I never would've guessed!
homeschooler: thanks!
by ex-homeschooler May 17, 2007