Upper West Side
This type is probably best known for being The New Yorker’s typeface, a magazine whose main demographic is probably well off. They probably even read The New Yorker with a monocle.
Mesquite is one of many wild west fonts you can use for your chili cook-off fliers, but not much else. Unless you’re making a spaghetti western and you need a font for your DVD cover.
In this version of Old English, it is appropriate to associate the font with the medieval times, because that’s how old England is.
Next version: On the back of El Caminos spelling out a Hispanic last name in an arc over a window decal of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
So extreme. And very cliché. Don’t use it for extreme-themed notes.
Editor’s Note: Only use if you like your foxes dead.
Often mistaken for Princeton, the ivy league school, this font is mainly associated with collegiate sports.
Helvetica’s the controlled type. It’s seen everywhere and is very versatile. So seen her as a normal fox would jump over a normal dog, Helvetica is normal.