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We believe there are 5 types of highfivers out there. Have a read, then join your bretheren.
This is where you become an even better human.
For this round, you simply need to identify which of three beer styles you are drinking. And Go.
This is the part of Brewlette where you can judge us or give this beer a name, or do nothing at all.
The High Five Champion wants to high five your mom, all inanimate objects, plus your face. but in a good way. The High Five Champion is too excited about life to waste time hugging and can find something positive to high five about, even if you were tipped over in a porta-potty while taking a dump on a 100 degree summer day. At least your stomach feels better. High Five.
When the High Five Champion enters a room, its as if you brought the entire all-male cheer squad from Bring It On 4: We are Still, Still Cheering with you. Did you make a mistake? “No big deal.” Get a promotion? “Awesome.” Pass your math test by cheating of Paul Pfeiffer? “Well that just makes sense.” Forget to wear pants? “Here, have my pants.”
You have a tendency to remind everyone that yes, they too are awesome and deserve some recognition for it. That recognition will take the form of a beer, followed by a high five.
The High Five Thrill-Seeker wants a life that is the opposite of sedentary, which really just means you want to do things that are funner - yes, funner - than most other things. And more adventurous. Hence the name. You are adventuring either independently or with a group. What remains a constant is your need to tell other people about your awesome adventuring. Which is fine because, yes, it is pretty damn awesome.Then you need a high five to round it all out.
You can find the High Five Thrill-Seeker getting rad, pitted, steezy, in the barrel and other activities which come with their own demonstrative vocabulary. You can also find the High Five Thrill-Seeker post activity, re-living what just went down and high fiving about it. Then you drink a beer, or 5.
The High Fives Over Hugs Anytime-er needs five feet of personal space at all times. Or more. You aren’t unfriendly; you just don’t want others to exist in your personal bubble, or you in theirs. “Seriously, don’t hang out in my bubble.”
The High Fives Over Hugs Anytime-er will celebrate any and all high-five worthy accomplishments and will slap you some skin when necessary, which could be pretty often. You won’t, won’t, will not hug. So people, mostly bros, stop trying.You Fully Embrace the "Less Hugging, More High Fiving" mantra because why wouldn’t you? It makes smence.
The Awkward High Fiver-er believes 100% in the high five. You are similar to the High Five Champion but lacking in the art of hand-eye coordination and social graces. You are quick to high five in any and every situation, which can be, you know, awkward. Its not that you believe a high five can solve any problem you just really like high fiving. This quick-draw style of the Highus Fivicus leads you to to either whiffs, biffs, whomps, turkeys, or awkward hand holding when a simple high five was intended. You don’t mean to be awkward, you just are sometimes.
The Awkward High Fiver-er can be found in any (or all) of the following situations: Attempting to slap some skin at funerals, when you got dumped, when giving the birds and the bees talk, after you tripped in public and that one time you didn’t know anyone at that party. We can’t blame you for attempting a high five in these situations but man, you’re awkward.
We get it. You can't be defined. You don't want to be "labeled" or "put in a box" or other things that give the appearance you are conforming. It's understandable. So, we created an "anti-label" just for you. You are the "Can't Be Defined High Fiver.
Deal with it.