Stacy is a nickname a woman able to secure sexual intimacy with Chad. Stacy is vain and obsessed with jewelry, makeup, and clothes. She is an entitled whore whose rich daddy funds her Caribbean vacations to go "find herself." A typical Stacy entertains a flock of orbiters who shower her with attention and validation, only to open her legs for Chad or Tyrone instead. Stacy is a "9" on the Decile Chart. A Stacy gets mogged by a gigastacy who is a "10" on the decile scale, whilst stacy mogs the stacylite who is an "8" on the decile scale.
A Stacy sees no need for intelligence or understanding because she has always been able to beat Becky in securing Chad. And so her neurones rarely "connect," or react, except to stimuli pertaining to things that will enhance her charms and raise her SMV. This is the woman who, after she's given a choice between two guys, chooses the guy who has better looks, who says he's good with women. It's a choice that will only further her self-esteem and validate her ego. Stacy exploits her looks and inflated SMV to coax favors out of her orbiters.
Despite her degenerate character, Stacy will live a superior life to any incel solely on the basis of her looks and her inherited wealth. She will have the pick of her careers, as any STEM employer will happily take her on to fill a quota. Indeed, she won't even need to work at all if she so desires, as any blue-pilled cuck will happily marry her and pay for all her useless shit.
"Crazy incel invention"Edit
The term, "Chad and Stacy" has coincidental similarity with cultural critic Sarah Thornton's study of "subcultural capital".
On the contrary, if girls opt out of the game of, "hipness", they will often defend their tastes (particularly their taste for pop music) with expressions like "it's crap but I like it". In doing so they acknowledge the subcultural hierarchy and accept their lowly position within it. If on the other hand, they refuse this defeatism female clubbers and ravers are usually careful to distance themselves from the degraded pop culture of Sharon and Tracey
—Sarah Thornton Culture, Critical Concepts in Sociology
The use by Sarah Thornton shows how these sorts of fun stereotypes are not "crazy incel inventions", but rather have historical antecedents in academia even!