Everyone uses fonts, but you never get to know them. You just let them spice up your writing without so much as a thank you. When was the last time you even questioned a font? It's the least you could do.
But don't worry. I have you covered. Here is everything about the personal lives of fonts on Young Writer's Society that you'll need to know. That is, if you want the fonts to like you. And trust me when I say a writer wants the fonts to like them.
He likes attention. He also has a habit of drawing the attention of people to him, which is great for titles. He has a somewhat dry personality, and is only all that great in small quantities (Though he'll say otherwise). Header 1, though seems cold and unloving, has raised his four siblings without parents, and his love for them is unrivaled.
She is Header 1's oldest sibling, and the one who has helped him raise his other siblings. She too can draw attention, but she and Header 1 don't go well together. They argue often, and should never be put on the same line. Despite her habit to snap at Header 1, they love each other greatly.
Header 3 is the odd ball of the family. He works well in moderation, like his siblings. However, he is the only who prefers to be completely in caps lock, so many look down on him for that. He is brave, though, and is unafraid of what society tells him. He is also the only one who is underlined, further giving him personality.
She hates it, but she is often mistaken for emboldened print. As expected, she and Bold don't get along. Header 4 has a very, er, touchy personality. It is for this reason that she is often overlooked (and cause people think she is Bold. Don't tell her I said that). She gets less attention than her siblings, save one, but doesn't let it stop her from being proud of herself.
This is Header 5.
Header 5 is the youngest, and is at that point where she doesn't really care about much. She barely notices that she looks more like Bold than Header 4 does, but if she did, I doubt she'd care. She is almost never used, and thus she remains an innocent child with no responsibilities.
We couldn't get Quote to come. She doesn't like to appear for things like this. Sorry.
Quote is essentially italics, but meant only for the use of quoting things. She is very unoriginal, and joins in on trends right after they start. Many people criticize her for copying people, but she stays low so that no one notices her. She is easily offended, making her stay away from most people.
This is Bold.
Bold is strong, and he makes sure people know it. He puts emphasis on anything, even things that don't need it. Bold is pretty much clueless, and lets others do the thinking for him. He's okay with me saying that, because he doesn't actually know what it means.
This is Italics.
Italics puts emphasis on things, like her cousin Bold. However, she does it in a more dainty, perhaps even regal way. She gets much more respect than Bold, probably because of her intellect. She and Bold do not get along at all (see what I did there?), but Bold is too oblivious to understand why. By the way, the reason is because they do the same things, and Italics is naturally competitive.
This is Cross Out. Cross Out has no self confidence, and is often redoing things because he doesn't believe they're satisfying to people. He thinks no one really likes him, and that he needs to do better. What he doesn't realize is that writers love to use him, because he can get a point across easily of provide humor.
This is Normal Text. Me.
Yep, that's me. Just plain, Normal Text. I'm everywhere, acknowledged nowhere. Not that I care. I just love to be the most used font. Though a quick thanks would be pretty nice. I'm universal, and very well known. I also function as the spokesperson for fonts, I guess, since I'm the only one a writer would listen to. I personally didn't think anyone would, actually, but I was wrong, cause you're reading this. Huh. I'll have to keep that in mind.
Well, there you have it. We are the fonts. Try to think of us when you use us, rather than just take advantage of us. And, hey, maybe thank us from time to time.