You’re the leader of the pack — the SFRP, that is. You love being the center of attention, and everyone admires you for your impeccable style, your amazing friends, and your great parties. Just don’t let it go to your pretty little head.
You may not be the loudest person in the room, but you’re probably the most well-read — and just because you don’t want to be the center of attention doesn’t mean you don’t have strong opinions. (You do.) Just don’t let new friends think that your quiet fortitude is actually meekness.
You make friends really easily — you can talk to anyone and you’re incredibly charismatic — which has made for some interesting evenings over the years. Just make sure that you use your powers for good, not evil.
Rick Von Sloneker
Look at you, hot stuff. You love yourself and for good reason: men and women alike are constantly fighting for your attention. Just try not to make everyone too jealous.
You’re new in town and a real go-getter, even if sometimes you don’t know exactly what you’re going after. But be careful: because you’re so nice, you might fall in with the wrong crowd.
It’s not easy being so pretty, accomplished, and popular! That’s probably how you always get what you want.
You’ve come a long way, baby — thanks to a lot of nights on friends’ couches and dinners where you “forgot” your credit card. Your friends caught on ages ago, but you’re such entertaining company most of the time that they don’t really mind… much.
You used to be the last man standing (or at least the last one to pass out), but ever since that one night (you know the one) you’ve gotten yourself together. Congratulations on turning your life around!
You’ve got a set of strongly held values and beliefs, and you don’t care if everyone knows it. So don’t be offended if you stop getting invited to your colleagues’ after-work drinks — it’s just that they don’t want to hear your refugees speech again.
It’s hard being the one coming up with the ideas and doing all the work, especially when it’s for such a good cause. People don’t always understand you, but that’s okay because you know that you’re a good person.
Everyone respects how earnest and sweet you are, but — real talk — you could loosen up a bit and drop the old-fashioned shtick. Your goal for 2014 should be to use Snapchat more.
You have really strong opinions — even about things that you don’t necessarily know much about — and you love a good debate. Just be careful about crossing the line into sanctimony — no one likes the guy who’s always talking about how he’s not on Facebook.