The Hard-core Christian:
This person always posts bible quotes or passages. Whether they're at school, work, out or at home, they must prove to the internet world that God is their passion by constantly posting up passages from the bible.
Bandwagoners do what everyone else is doing. This consists of posts like "truth is..." "If you don't re-post, I understand. You cant spend 6 seconds of your life to support soldiers.I get it, You're probably to busy chatting to someone" and so forth. They feel the need to re-post these things because they probably have nothing better to do or because they feel the "guilt" as my second example explains.
I must admit. I probably fall under this category the most. Philosophers usually post up famous and/or witty quotes that make you think about life or everyday things. These posts are usually a hit or miss.
The One who Failed English:
i kno whut your thinkin. how mean of you blanca! but, its true! Everyone has dat won friend who cant spell or use proper grammer to save there soul. They constantly find themselfs bein corrected by others.
The Camera Whore
There are always those friends who take a million random pictures of themselves (usually in front of a mirror in the restroom showing with the toilet in the background, haha) with captions like "good morning." Um no. It's not a good morning when I have to see your face. Guy camera whores are probably the worst. Usually, they post pictures of themselves without a shirt on and they are obviously flexing. I just don't get it.
Photobloggers are a little different from camera whores. They tend to post pictures of what they're eating, what they just bought, where they are, what they just completed, and so on. Photobloggers love to tell the world what they're doing... but with visuals!
Fanatics tell the world just how much they love one thing. (Most of the time it's a celebrity.) For example, they constantly talk about how much they love (for example purposes:) Brittany Spears. They quote her songs, how they're excited to see her in concert, (or how sad they are that they didn't score tickets), they post videos and pictures...etc.
The One Who Wants to be Stalked
Most people tag where they are once in a while but this person tags themselves everywhere! They tag where are, who they're with, what they're doing and just about everything - even how to get there. (haha just kidding about that last part.)