Stereotypes in Novels

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Thread Topic: Stereotypes in Novels

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    DragonKitty Experienced
    (kind of afraid to make this)

    I don't really hate any stereotype in particular unless they're used all together. Then it's unbearable unless it's satire.

    But I know people on here must have some.

    (btw, I'm writing a book and trying to make sure it isn't too cliche)
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    madid Experienced
    Forbidden love stories. Overused and boring -_-

    I hate it when I can tell the general conclusion to stories. Which is most of them, by the way.
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    Sage Parson Novice
    Twilight is a perfect example! :D

    The female lead does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!! Her stupid vampire poser boyfriend does all the work!

    Now isn't that great?!
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    Hunterizcool Junior
    The "main character always has to die in the end" cliche.
    I won't give examples, because it would obviously be spoilers, but yeah.

    I also hate when people gradually describe thier characters. Like,
    "The brunette walked over to the board."
    It just pisses me off, lol
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    Hunterizcool Junior
    And when people on here (soaping or writing stories) make their characters gay 100% of the time.
    It's just a more realistic variation of forbidden love.
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    6 6 sick Senior
    How its always the quiet ones who are hiding something.

    Well..to me atleast.
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    ILuvHolister Junior
    I dislike when they make the blondes seem dumb, there are exceptions. Im living proof of that. I also agree with sage parson about kristen stewart.
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    DragonKitty Experienced
    Thanks guys!

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