okay, I usually want to make my definitions pretty unbiased (if that's even a word). In the case of the word scene, though, I do not feel like I am being biased when I define it the way I do because I feel like being scene is, overall, a pretty negative thing. Anyway...
Scenester: A person who is scene
, obviously. The basic goal of a scenester is to be non-conformist
, and in order to do that, they conform to the scene style. In other words, they are a complete and utter poser
. Typical scene style and behavior consists of:
-short, choppy, black hair (this is a must for males and females), often with a stripe or chunk of an unnatural color or bleach.
-band shirts, generally emo
-skinny jeans for girls, girls jeans for guys
-Converses or Vans
-bright colors paired with black
-dinosaurs, robots, or other kiddyish fantasy-type ideas
-girly ribbons for girls
account, with tons of pouty pictures at weird angles
-typing (and often talking) with weird phrases, like HARDXCORE
, and others
The number one trick to being scene, though, is to deny that you are scene, because even though you know you are, you're supposed to think labels
are for soup cans.
Scenester: Hey, look at my new polka-dot dinosaur t-shirt and hair that I cut myself last night while blindfolded! I am so hardxcore.
Normal Person: You're such a scene poser, go a away.
Scenester: I am SO not! Besides, labels are for soup cans. kthnxbai.