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We all have our favorite website. What does yours say about you? Flavorwire's Lester Gulch defines the stereotypical reader of 34 popular websites. Here are a few:

Slate: That guy at the party who’s always going, “Just to play the devil’s advocate for a second…”

Salon: People who pretend they want to read about lefty politics but actually want to read celebrity gossip

Huffington Post:
People who pretend they want to read about lefty politics but actually want to gawk at celebrity nip slips

Fark:
Your post-frat buddy who is always sending you some link you’ve already seen a million times

The Awl: Jealous bloggers who are sick of writing SEO headlines

The Atlantic: Brilliant, curious thought leaders



The Atlantic Wire:
Brilliant, curious thought leaders who are also good looking

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