Type 1: People who shy away from others, and people who seek attention.
The shy people will try to pick the most inconspicuous clothes ever, meaning dull T-shirts without any patterns, knee-length shorts or skirt, and plain runners that are not branded ‘Nike’.
The attention-loving people will wear loud Hawaiian shirts with the entire Coral Reef painted on it, accompanied by shoes that either squeak as they walk (like those baby shoes), or make rude noises like gas escaping from someone’s backside.
The shy people will have their hair as neat as possible, like a plain ponytail with no fringe, or short hair with no curls. If they can, they will dye their hair a darker shade, but not too much so that they would be noticeable.
Everyone will goggle at the attention-loving people, since their hair is like a rainbow. They will have it sticking out in all directions like someone who has just been struck by lightning, or have it puffed up so much that they look like multi-coloured mushrooms. They will also sprinkle their hair with packets of glitter, making them literally shine amongst the people. I’m sure the little kids will absolutely love them.
3) Their walking
The shy people will take great care to blend in with the others while walking. They might not seem to, but they will be sweating with the effort to remain invisible.
The ‘obvious’ people will be swaggering along the streets, preferably crowded with normal people. They will wear all of the above mentioned, maybe adding rainbow-coloured lipstick to their strange fashion. They will take care to tread on people’s foot, and run away when a woman walks by wearing her killer-heels.
The shy people will have a plain tuna sandwich for lunch, and wouldn’t even dare to order a bowl of curry in case they are noticed. They will have a bottle of Mount Franklin water, with earphones jammed firmly in their ears in order to prevent people from asking them questions.
The attention-loving people will order three large hamburgers with a two-litre bottle of soda. They will spread multi-coloured sheets in the middle of the path, and eat as if they have missed a couple of meals. They will also have death-metal blaring out from a set of speakers, earning curious (and disgusted) glances from people and probably exposing them to the police.
The shy people will flush the moment a person tries to speak to them, and probably stutter every single word so the person will get tired of listening. They will fidget and avoid eye contact, and eventually, the person will walk away, deciding it to be a waste of time.
If a person tries to speak with the attention-loving people, (the person will be a bit apprehensive of their peculiar fashion), they will slap the ‘victim’ on his or her shoulder and say loudly, “Hey, whatsup?” They will also interrupt the person every two seconds or so by exclaiming loudly that someone farted, or complaining that their hair was getting ‘mucked up’ by the wind. The person will eventually try to slip past them, but they will stop him or her by saying seriously, “Wait, you haven’t finished explaining yet. Where were you again? Was it when a kangaroo got squished by a train?”
Now for the fun part: what if the 'shy' and the 'attention-loving' people met? What will happen?
It's up to your imagination! XD
Naivety: One would attempt to melt into the background, while another grab it by the shoulders and yell "NOOOOOOOO! I still need to tell you about the time when I ordered some mushroom-broccoli-bacon-shrimp pizza in..."
MountZen: If the shy person meets with the attention loving person, the attention loving person will probably talk for hours while the shy person will be too nice to tell them to close their mouth. ^.^
Hi guys! I'm pretty sure you'll spot errors here and there, because I basically wrote this without thinking... It's just one of my random thoughts in my head written down, so if you see anything that is particularly weird, please tell me so I could fix it.
In addition, I'll put up any examples of 6) in this story, like I've already done with Naivety's and MountZen's, so please comment below. It's fun, you know!