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By Caldwell Tanner
If Websites Went to Your High School
Illustrated versions of personified websites similar to this article.
Youtube - The budding filmmaker. He's dreams of one day making critically praised, thought-provoking short films, but for now everyone just knows him as that asshole vlogger who pranks strangers in the grocery store.
Quote: Can you film me getting hit in the nuts real quick?
Deviantart - The awkward artist. They eat lunch in the art room every day, and all their jeans are either black or covered in paint. They're super talented, but you can't help but think they could be using their skills for something other than fanart.
Quote: I spent all semester painting this picture of my favorite Digimon as humans.
Pinterest - The future homemaker. She's a scrapbooking, pep rally machine with a deep appreciation for misattributed inspirational quotes. You can tell who she's dating at any time simply by checking their neck for her trademark glitter hickeys.
Quote: It's my birthday, so I made everyone multi-color macarons based on their birth gem!!!
Tumblr - The back-seat activist. They spend most of their time arguing with teachers about what's wrong with the world. Until they're proven wrong and then go back to drawing fanart of their favorite CW characters kissing.
Quote: Can I be excused? Anglo-centric revisionist history is a huge trigger for me.
Facebook - The suck-up. For some reason, your parents and teachers LOVE him, but everyone his age is a little skeeved out by his constant nosiness.
Quote: What are you up to this weekend? You'd tell me if you were having a party for your birthday on saturday, right?
Twitter - The class clown. He constantly distracts you by shouting out jokes and nonsensical one-liners in the middle of class. Sure, he can be funny from time to time, but the dude has absolutely NO FILTER.
Quote: UUUUUGH MATH AGAIN HASHTAG SUCKS
Reddit - The quiet nerd. For a guy who passes time by spouting near-infinite amounts of quasi-useless information, he's actually pretty cool. That being said you're almost certain at least 75% of everything he says is a lie.
Quote: Hey, check out this cool painting my totally-real online girlfriend made!