10 Types Of Crowd Weavers

We all hate jerks who try to shove their way to the front of crowded music festivals and concerts, but what kind of person are YOU when people just need to MOVE?

1. The Leader (The Aggressive One)

Without this person, nobody is getting anywhere. Leaders know exactly where they’re going, and nothing is stopping them from getting in or out of the crowd.

2. The Focused One

The focused ones are right behind their leader. They are determined NOT to get lost and will keep up at all costs… as long as they are not at the forefront of the crowd pushing.

3. The Party Weaver

This partier just acts like his weaving through people is a constant party. Always remember to party on your way out!

(Thank you to my friends for adding this one since I forgot it!)

4. The Apologetic One

Shoving people is against their morals, and they just feel the constant need to say SORRY to every person their group pushes by.

5. The Invisible One

They are beyond feeling sorry for shoving people… invisible ones are just downright embarrassed. “Maybe if I just pretend I’m not here and don’t make eye contact… no one will glare at me.”

6. The Lost One

Swift movements and spontaneous decisions will confuse these people. They have no idea why we are trying to get closer to the stage, and they will probably get lost at some point during the weekend. Just try to keep up, okay?

7. The Whining One

“Why did I even come here? I told you this was a terrible idea. I hate crowds. I hate people. Can we just go home?”

8. The Fabulous One

As long as you look good, pushing through crowds just means more chances to get checked out and show off just how fabulous your outfit is.

9. The Drunk One

No matter what happens, the intoxicated ones will always be happy. Just give them exactly what they came for.

10. Everyone Else

“I paid to be here, okay?” Or even if you didn’t pay, I’m here, so deal with it.

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