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A person who comes from an extremely wealthy and/or powerful family. These people are considered “popular” amongst their peers due to the fact that their background often attracts a large group of friends. They’re are often found sporting designer clothes and ostentatious cars, though that doesn’t necessarily mean they find themselves better than others. A royalty can either be stuck up or down-to-earth, depending on how they’re raised and who influences them.
An affluent class that often cruelly capitalizes on their superior access to money and social power which builds animosity within the less privileged classes. This wealthy crowd of people develops among themselves a system of dress and demeanor that is very much akin to their fraternity and sorority counterpart which eventually matures into the business and country club community of adults.
An individual who does not conform to society's beliefs that all people should follow trends and do what their peers do. Often highly intelligent but socially rejected because of their intense obsession with a particular hobby or topic, most commonly computers, academics and/or comic books. Unfortunately, the term “nerd” is frequently used to insult someone who fits this description. Usually this doesn’t bother them, but there are a few “nerds” who are extremely insecure about themselves.
Someone who has odd interests, and is often silly at times. A dork is also someone who can be themselves and not care what anyone thinks, no matter how strange or awkward they may act around others. The name "dork" is frequently used as a term of endearment.
People who are mostly skilled in sports and fooling people into thinking they’re more important than anyone else. They’re notorious for bullying the “weak” people and hanging around with the “popular” crowd. To clear things up, there is a major difference between a jock and athletes. Jocks tend to abuse their popularity, while the athletes don't really mind who they talk to or hang out with.
A person who sticks to their own personal opinions and stands up for what they believe is right, despite what anyone else says or thinks. A rebel is an individual that refuses to follow a crowd that conforms to society’s expectations even if it means becoming an outcast. They're straightforward and honest and they will sure as hell tell it like it is.
Basically, an introversive person who prefers their own company as opposed to group of friends. Unlike the social attitude that says people who are alone are really unhappy inside, many loners are actually the happiest when they're by themselves. Rather than finding solace in friends and family, they find it elsewhere in things such as video games, Internet, books, etc.