Nick Douglas has a very amusing little post about stereotyping website users. Make sure to check out his remarks on each site, and I am going to add my own three cents.
Facebook: Uh, I like Facebook, but I've made a decision to not include my school or place of work just in case I receive friend requests from assholes from my high school days or asshats from my work.
YouTube: I love the site, but I don’t like the power the user base has over content. This is because there are rating bots that lower Vloggers’ ratings if they don’t agree with them. Then certain organizations claim false copyright claims to shut up detractors. Yeah, I’m looking at you Space Church.
Chatroulette: A lot of penis and not enough women. Too many dicks on the webcam!
Pornotube: Gentlemen, I give you Pornotube. Enjoy.
GameSpot: Want to watch PS3, XBOX and Wii fanboys duke it out? Go to Gamespot. The site seems to hate Jeff Gerstmann too.
WordPress: People that hate blogger, but are good at web site design. Some good bloggers here.
Tumblr: This site is kind of like a cross between Blogger/Twitter/Facebook.
Blogger: A lot of mommy blogs and food blogs, but I’m still in love with blogger.
Livejournal: Teenage girls that still haven’t switched to Twitter still roam here.
Xanga: Does anyone even use this blogging site? I think Xanga was a bit worst than LJ.
Scientology.org: It’s hard to keep up with all the fake offshoot sites connected to their site. You know the ones that attack the critics of their church.
Gawker: I love this site.
eHarmony: When all else fails, I guess you can try this site. I’m not that good at the dating scene, but I would not try a dating site.