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Posted 11/4/14 , edited 11/4/14
Hmm I wouldn't say I went all out emo, and I never liked screamo, but I did have a phase with deathcore later on where I got earplugs which I sincerely regret now.
Thank fuck I didn't get a tattoo.

As for actual emos, they always appeared so fucking ungrateful making up issues they never had to begin with in their otherwise perfectly normal life with no such thing as poverty and otherwise miserable conditions.
I even knew a kid who went from being an induvidual to transgressing into this phase in his life where he insisted on being categorized as emo.

He even cut himself pretty deep and stuff, things he never did before.
Although the cutting might've been related to some serious issues, but it was just a bit of a strange conicindence in my opinion.

And in general Emo kids always appeared to me as pretentious assholes.

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I was always kind to Everyone. Call Me a pussy, that's just how I am.


pussy =P jk ur brother loves ya pal ^^
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was it ever popular to be an emo?
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You're all food to me anyways.
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imbrreezzy wrote:


x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:

I was always kind to Everyone. Call Me a pussy, that's just how I am.


pussy =P jk ur brother loves ya pal ^^


Ass.
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Are "emo kids" what they're calling them now? When I was in High School they were the Trenchcoat Mafia.
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I always thought "Emo" fashion was cool... but I don't dress that way because that's sort of difficult to put together while shopping in department stores. And I feel like everything is so confusing. Emo is used as an insult, and emo is also a kind of music and on top of it, it's also a kind of fashion. I've never thought of myself as an emo kid, but I don't have the most optimistic outlook on life. *sigh* Labels are annoying when no one makes it clear on what it means.
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LoL. In my day we called it clinical depression with some money to blow on cosmetics. I would describe an EMO as a Punk with a poor attitude.

This junk just keeps cycling through our culture every few years anyhow, the emo's will be back, just like the punks, and if we are just lucky enough, the Deadheads (that was the in thing when i was a teen).

I kind of think its cute how the kids like to try and establish their identities through fads...

I myself was a skater in big clothes, but loved the Heads and the Hippies. Work, thinking about this makes 38 seem ancient. : ( These days i am still the same really, but i wear different clothes.
Posted 11/4/14
I remember when I was in middle school but I never took part in it. I just stared at them.
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Hahahaha I still listen to screamo bands and wearing black skinny jeans, except I own one pair in black and others in gray or brown. I'm still listening to Attack Attack! That's sadly still going on today. But I don't care much for it. You are who you are, and not defined by appearance.
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Emo is still a thing?
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Posted 11/4/14

Terrance_Blaze wrote:

Emo is still a thing?


I don't think it is...if it is, very few people are into it. Not that a lot were into it before but...
Things have changed. "Scene" people are now called Indie...maybe emo people changed their name.
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I never really went that route, but it kinda ticks me off how people these days use the word 'emo' for people who have depression.
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Posted 11/4/14 , edited 11/4/14
I remember when Emo was a thing.

I remember when an Emo kid became a "scene kid."

I see lots of "scene kids" today who are not Emo.

Punks rule the world.

Hope that clears things up.
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Posted 11/4/14
I don't want to talk about it.
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