Your Personality as Told by Your Butt Shape

Your Personality as Told by Your Butt Shape

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Everyone's butt is both unique and special — however — each contains a lot more personality than you've ever expected (apply winky-face here). Whether you have been embracing or overlooking this new booty crazed epidemic, it has always been about that gluteus maximus.

Finally, there is an article that can explain to you how your voluptuous base says more about your personality than you ever led on.


Inverted “V"

We begin with the "V" shape, which is fuller at the hips and top of the butt, then slowly narrows in shape. The contrast between the small waist and the larger butt, gives the appearance of the "V".


Women: You'll find this kind of girl usually wearing Lily Pulitzer and always dressed to the 'T' — whether she's strolling to class or hitting up the bars. She's very conscientious of nearly every aspect of her life, giving off the impression that she's kind of a control freak.

This girl is always trying to be healthy, forever attempting weird juice cleanses, but is never able to attain that health nut look she craves for. Due to her OCD and sharp determination, she is typically the top of her class; she wouldn't dare to miss a deadline.

This girl is on the fast track, appears to all refined and put together. Although her booty may not look as good as she may wish, she always has something interesting, or better yet, eye catching to say.

Men: Also a Type A personality, this man is sharp and resolute. He is your "average Joe" kind of guy, always getting lost in the crowd but is never bothered by it. Due to his unassuming nature, if you do get to know this man, he will oftentimes surprise you with unexpected flatteries to his personality.

This guy will probably have some type of biology or chemistry major, aspiring to be a doctor, and don't worry; he'll get there. But when he's not dutifully studying, he'll be investing his time in the arts as your run of the mill intellectual. He doesn't really like to go to the gym often, and if he does, he never commits to leg day. Nevertheless, he's a sweet, deep, intelligent, brooder who will shine a new shade of color to your life.


Squared Out

Then we have the Square, where the booty is equal in size from the waist to the hips and flat on both sides. This creates a sort of flat appearance, or in essence the picture of a square. Typically, these butts are found in more muscular individuals,

Women: This girl is always wearing gym clothes, and definitely fast-tracking it somewhere. She's very focused and success-driven, both in the classroom and at the gym. She is the ultimate health nut, which means at her worst drunken munchies, she'll perhaps indulge herself into some pretzels and peanut butter.

She's a creature of habit, only grocery shops at Trader Joe's, and always buys the exact same groceries on her list. She also ALWAYS has a list. This girl religiously goes to the gym and has those abs that every girl would burn her Chanel wallets for.

But even with this athletic body, this girl is often times quiet and reserved. She doesn't go out of her way to know a lot of people and is typically more content with watching episodes of Girls at home with her Luna bars than going out on a night on the town.

Men: This guy is also a health nut, armed in over flowing amounts of gym clothes, drinking weird juice cleanses and sporting off toned chicken legs. He's your typical gym rat, but unlike you and I, he likes to get the grind going habitually at 7 a.m.

He's your average pretty boy, forever taking very good care of himself, and trust me, his body is accurately representative of that. If he lives near a beach, he's going to be that surfer dude, shredding the gnarr on the daily.

He probably owns a dog, complementing his unassuming, sensitive and caring personality. His major is probably Psychology or something within the Liberal Arts College. Naturally, women will gravitate to this guy, providing him with a lot of females as companions. But whether or not these are intimate relationships or not will perpetually be unclear.


Round Butt

Let's jump off into the Round butt or the Bubble butt, which is almost even all around and round in appearance as well. Is resembles a globe and usually complements a slender/ slim body.

Women: She has the booty everyone on @squatspo has: round, perky and well manifested through vigorous amounts of weights and squats. She may not always dress for the gym, but you will always see her wearing pants that accentuate her posterior, modeling booty shorts or jeans.

Because she was able to work hard and amass such an esteemed butt, this girl is very goal- oriented and determined. She has a lot of friends through her loquacious and amiable personality, but after a while, she appears quite insipid. Perhaps it is because she focuses more on cultivating her body more than her mind.

Nevertheless, she's a free spirited, airy, social media crazed, 'girl next door', who's always positive. She's probably a PR or Telecommunications major, or somewhere in the Journalism College. She spends most of her time with friends, night or day, and never misses a party or event. She's always up to date on the latest fashion trends, her room filled with every issue of Cosmo and UsWeekly. But at the end of the day, you realize magazines are the only literature she knows.

Men: This guy is your run of the mill jock or meathead whose primary sources of nourishment are pre-workout, beer and Chipotle. Let's be honest here, this guy is probably in a fraternity, which means that he's a guy's guy. He's always at the gym at the faciest time of the day, and only dwells in the weight room — what is cardio anyways?

He is great at networking, sociable, has very close friendships, and a fantastically charming schmoozer. That being said, he is probably a Business, Finance of Management major. This guy can't help but be ostensible, due to his over-bearing ego, but hopefully, one day will find the will to humble himself.

He too enjoys hitting the bars frequently and will put much effort into strategizing his academics around his social life. This guy will never disappoint you in showing you a great time and is always up beat in finding enjoyment in his everyday life.


Heart Shaped

Lastly, we have the Heart Shape. This kind of butt has a smaller top and flared large bottom at the top of the thighs. Sometimes referred to as the Oval Shape, because of the relation between a smaller waist and bigger hips.

Women: When working hard at it, she can achieve the ideal hourglass shape that every girl pines for. This woman has the epitome of a perfect butt, sexy, voluptuous, and certainly a handful-and this girl knows it.

Because she knows she naturally has a sexy booty, she comes across as a little pretentious, snooty, and, well, just a bitch. This attitude is probably the reason why she doesn't have a whole lot of friends, but just enough so that she's still socially acceptable.

On the bright side, confidence is never really her problem, which means that she's the kind of girl to be bold in both her outfits and dispositions when hitting up the bars. She has high standards for every aspect of her life, probably because she gets whatever she wants, and if not — you don't want to stick around.

This girl most likely doesn't work hard in getting what she wants because she's used to having everything handed to her already — including the natural shape of her butt. She is probably an Art History major or something else equally unexpected. She is not really the most athletic type and often times is obnoxiously aloof towards sporting events. She will often times act as the nonconformist for the sake of adversity, but will surprisingly add enlightening insight to the subject at hand.

Men: He is the All-American golden boy, proficient and excels in every facet of his life. He is extremely ambitious and never satisfied with any of the fruits from his labors — #1 just doesn't seem to be high enough. He is always moving from one conquest to another, and appears tense and high strung at times. Nonetheless, he is an extrovert with a great sense of humor, surrounded by a lot of guy friends.

But you never see him with many girls — despite his Adonis — like physique. Sadly, our Golden Boy is a slight misogynist, because no girls seem to reach the staggering height of that pedestal, and he himself can't seem to either. Despite his inner turmoil, which he hides seemingly well, this guy is the man every girl desires and every guy wants to be.

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To The Friends I Won't Talk To After High School

I sincerely hope, every great quality I saw in you, was imprinted on the world.
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Hey,

So, for the last four years I’ve seen you almost everyday. I’ve learned about your annoying little brother, your dogs and your crazy weekend stories. I’ve seen you rock the awful freshman year fashion, date, attend homecoming, study for AP tests, and get accepted into college.

Thank you for asking me about my day, filling me in on your boy drama and giving me the World History homework. Thank you for complimenting my outfits, laughing at me presenting in class and listening to me complain about my parents. Thank you for sending me your Quizlets and being excited for my accomplishments- every single one of them. I appreciate it all because I know that soon I won’t really see you again. And that makes me sad. I’ll no longer see your face every Monday morning, wave hello to you in the hallways or eat lunch with you ever again. We won't live in the same city and sooner or later you might even forget my name.

We didn’t hang out after school but none the less you impacted me in a huge way. You supported my passions, stood up for me and made me laugh. You gave me advice on life the way you saw it and you didn’t have to but you did. I think maybe in just the smallest way, you influenced me. You made me believe that there’s lots of good people in this world that are nice just because they can be. You were real with me and that's all I can really ask for. We were never in the same friend group or got together on the weekends but you were still a good friend to me. You saw me grow up before your eyes and watched me walk into class late with Starbucks every day. I think people like you don’t get enough credit because I might not talk to you after high school but you are still so important to me. So thanks.

With that said, I truly hope that our paths cross one day in the future. You can tell me about how your brothers doing or how you regret the college you picked. Or maybe one day I’ll see you in the grocery store with a ring on your finger and I’ll be so happy you finally got what you deserved so many guys ago.

And if we ever do cross paths, I sincerely hope you became everything you wanted to be. I hope you traveled to Italy, got your dream job and found the love of your life. I hope you have beautiful children and a fluffy dog named Charlie. I hope you found success in love before wealth and I hope you depended on yourself for happiness before anything else. I hope you visited your mom in college and I hope you hugged your little sister every chance you got. She’s in high school now and you always tell her how that was the time of your life. I sincerely hope, every great quality I saw in you, was imprinted on the world.

And hey, maybe I’ll see you at the reunion and maybe just maybe you’ll remember my face. If so, I’d like to catch up, coffee?

Sincerely,

Me

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No UNC Residence Hall Is The Same, So I've Provided Pros And Cons For The Top 5 First-Year Halls

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Residence halls are a big (and sometimes dreaded) part of the first-year experience at UNC-Chapel Hill. Honestly, though, life in the residence halls is nothing to dread. It's not perfect, but it can definitely be fun.

Beyond the convenient proximity of other first-years in the different residence halls, your social life may also benefit from UNC Housing's many community events. You get a lot of community support, too—your RA, your suite-/hallmates, your community director, and hopefully your roommate.

What about the buildings themselves, though? They're definitely not all the same. The following is a definitive list of the best five residence halls for first-years on UNC's campus.

5. Craige

http://reslife.web.unc.edu/2015/06/01/the-view-from-craige/

Pros: This residence hall is suite-style, which means there are four double rooms (i.e. eight residents per suite) and one bathroom—arguably better than sharing a larger bathroom with 20 more residents in a hall-style dorm. More privacy, a better chance of bonding with those seven other students, etc.. If you're interested in UNC basketball (and you should be, honestly), you'll be happy to know this residence hall is right up the road from the Dean Smith Center. It's also nestled into a quaint little grove of trees, which is cute.

Cons: This residence hall is (somewhat affectionately) known as Crusty Craige, and not without reason (according to previous residents). While it is in a nice location, it's still a good trek from main campus—the hill from Craige up to Manning is killer on one side, and that's just the beginning of the walk. Since the residence hall is only six floors high (and is mostly surrounded by short trees), the view isn't as impressive as that of, say, Hinton James' balconies.

4. Lewis

https://conferences.unc.edu/lodging/residence-halls/lewis-residence-hall/

Coming in at number four, Lewis is the only residence hall on this list that isn't located on South Campus.

Pros: This building does have laundry facilities, unlike some of the other residence halls on North Campus. Also, it is a remarkable one-minute walk from the student union and Davis Library, meaning you aren't nearly as likely to get lost during your first week (at least, on your way to the Pit—class buildings are a whole other story). I cannot stress this enough: it is super convenient to live so close to main campus.

Cons: You miss out on the first-year experience of living on South Campus, where most first-years begin their UNC journey. Also, there are typically less than 100 other residents in Lewis, which limits the number of people with whom you can bond during your first year (when you'll likely be the most focused on building your college network). That also means less RAs and smaller hall events. Also, it's a hall-style residence hall (this is a debatable con, though, since some people would definitely prefer hall-style over suite-style).

3. Koury

https://unc.freshu.io/melissa-cordell-751/best-freshmen-dorm-to-live-in

Pros: Koury is pretty close to the SASB buildings, which are full of great resources for first-years (namely the Learning and Writing Centers, where you can receive free tutoring, academic coaching, and feedback on your essays). There are internal suites, which means that only three other residents will be sharing a bathroom with you. This means you can furnish the bathroom with whatever rugs or trash cans you prefer, and you have a lot more privacy than in other residence halls, as far as the bathroom goes.

Cons: Since the bathroom is between the two double bedrooms, you have to clean the bathroom yourself, as well as provide your own toilet paper—the flip side of enhanced privacy is that you don't get custodial services. Also, with the internal suites, sometimes it can be more difficult to socialize with other people on the hall (although your RA is there to solve that problem!). Lastly, if you walk out of your room and forget your key, you're locked out—the door locks automatically upon shutting.

2. Hinton James

https://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2017/07/hinton-james-leaves-a-legend-and-a-legacy-in-uncs-most-populated-dorm

Maybe I'm biased—Hojo was my own first-year res hall. I'm sure someone will fight me on this, but I really enjoyed living there.

Pros: There are tons of people, which means there's a good chance you'll find some friends near your room. It's a suite-style dorm, so obviously, the suite-style advantages of Craige apply here as well. Also, there is a package center located on the first floor, so you don't have to trek to some other residence hall to pick up your latest Amazon orders. There's a huge staff of really fun RAs, which means there's always someone around with whom you can talk about any problems or concerns you may have. The view from the balconies isn't bad, either.

Cons: I encountered a roach once. Also, again, there are a lot of people in Hojo, so sometimes it's kind of loud. Not ideal if you prefer studying (or sleeping) in total silence. Lastly—and perhaps most annoyingly—this is the furthest residence hall from main campus (and therefore your classes). It's about a fifteen-minute walk to the Pit...doable, but aggravating after a while. On the bright side, it's close to several bus stops.

1. The Winner: Ehringhaus

http://reslife.web.unc.edu/2015/06/23/the-view-from-ehringhaus/

This residence hall is right behind Koury, so a lot of the location-based advantages/disadvantages still apply.

Pros: There's a bus stop literally right out front, there aren't a ridiculous number of residents (so it isn't super loud or anything), and it's suite-style. As if that isn't enough, you only have to cross the road once outside the residence hall if you're walking to class (and trust me, crossing Manning/Skipper Bowles/Ridge is a whole experience). Additionally, this residence hall is one of the closest to Subway and Rams Market.

Cons: The pronunciation isn't always agreed upon by incoming students (but by all accounts I've heard, it's pronounced like "Air-ing-house," you're welcome). Also, it's kind of far from class buildings (like a 12-minute walk from the Pit).

Really, the cons aren't bad at all. This residence hall offers all of the community excitement of Hinton James but is slightly calmer and closer to main campus. That, coupled with the fulfillment of the crucial first-year experience of living on south campus, puts Ehringhaus at number one in my book.

I think the south campus residence halls are inherently better than the north campus ones just because the daily 15-minute trek to class is practically a rite of passage for UNC first-years. That said, all of the residence halls have their unique advantages and disadvantages, and you can have an awesome first year no matter where you live.

For more information on each residence hall, I'd recommend scouring https://housing.unc.edu/housing/residence-halls. Welcome to UNC, kiddos!

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