Kids in the music scene. You see them hanging around local shows or the mall. They have volumized, choppy, layered hair with sidebangs. They are usually weraing tight pants, slim band Ts or deigner shirts. Sometimes you will see them wearing big glasses, glasses with no lenses, bandanas, necklaces with big icons on them, etc.
Those scene kids are so neat lookin'!
by xedgexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx April 05, 2010
A useless preverted copy of what once may have been a punk rocker, hippie, new waver, goth, reggaeton, metalhead, or any other group of persons differing from the main stream. They are one, of a largly populaur group, of rich children who apparently do not fit in with ANYONE and become the way they are as a resualt to there "horrible lives" of starbucks and nice clothing. These kids are generally found cyber crying there eyes out on myspace because some 14 year old boy who hasn't hit puberty said that they only liked them as a friend, or gathering at large masses at Hot Topic to buy the expensive band t-shirts that cost 5$ to be made, but 30$ because they were baptised as Hot Topic merch.
Punk: Hey, do you want a puff of this stoogie and then we can go chill and listen to the Clash or Hendrix or something at my place?
Scene Kid: *takes hit and blows chunks* um who's the Clash? I'd rather listen to some real music like Escape the Fate or My Chemical Romance and draw red marks on my arms so it looks like I cut myself.
by Silly Tipsy Hippie Tripster August 30, 2009
A "Scene Kid" is like any other trend or style, completely self-righteous and self-adoring. As far as to the actual trend, scene kids fashion and music choice is various in type. It is common for the "scene kids" to take a trend or genre and twist it or make it "br00tal". So scene doesn't come down to a singularity but more of a collective, as it is actually a center of a vast number of sub-trends.

Most people assume (including myself) that scene kids are rich faggots who have an elitist attitude, but in reality you will find that in any person in any genre or clique. The retarded people who live on Myspace, brag about how many shows they've been to, and how hot they are.. are everywhere! Whether you are a gangster, prep, punk, goth, or indie.. there will always be fags who think they are better. I like to refer to these people as Jews.

This brings me to my next point. Jews and Scene. Intertwined. You see it all coming together now?
We shouldn't be blaming "Scene Kids", they are just trendy kids having fun. We should be blaming the damn Jews! They are the ones with money, only allowing ones that are just like them in their inner circles. They are the ones who smirk at the other kids when a band "breaksdown" for Jesus. They hate mainstream because everyone hates them, they need a reason to hate everyone else. They say they are "hott" because they feel self-contentious about their nose jobs. Yea, they've been to all the shows... because they want to fit in. We have found the real coulprit and it lurks in every corner of the world. We must bring them down in any possible way, wether it be grinding on them during a windmill or acquiring a taste for Rammstein, we must strike!
Scene Kid: Vampire Weekend is good.... and I really like Enya too.

Other Scene Kid: Oh cool man, not my taste but they are talented.

Jew: What the FUCK GUYS?? You guys aren't scene anymore!
by Niggers on the run July 06, 2009
Basically a hybrid between a prep and an emo kid. In many urban areas being a scene kid is someone's way of being able to be a little different while still being cool with the popular preppies. Scene kids attire includes tight, neon colored pants, punk and metalcore band T shirts, and hoodies from Hollister or an alike brand that are obviously too small to fit them. Depending on where you live, Scene kids can either be extremley nice or complete jerks. Many scene kids are obsessed with random, child cartoon figures such as HelloKitty or The Rugrats. Scene Kids are usually not liked very well by other group such as Metalheads, Gangsters and Stoners. Scene kids will often not refer to themselves as "Scene" especially when called that by an outsider. They will refer to themselves as some random name they've made up from hip-hop slang. Such as "Bro kids" or "Hustla Groupas".
Scene kids usually listen to Metalcore, Electrocore, Deathcore, Punk, Hardcore and Alernative Rock. Scene kids DO NOT listen to Metal. Many scene kids see Metalheads as ignorant and jerks and yet they're constantly trying to copy their music and make it sound a bit more punkish.
Scene kid 1: Hey d00d lets go ask that Metalhead if he has any Bring me the Horizon on his Mp3!"
Scene kid 2: "K lol dude my pants are so tight I can't feel my balls anymore."
by Death Metal Commando June 18, 2009
The worst people in the known universe, including Nazis and Stalinists.
History Teacher: "To some up, Hitler may have been a bad, but at least he didn't have big fucking glasses and a six year-old's T-shirt. Like those scene kids"
by raisinbum May 05, 2009
A teenager who dress in a very interesting and colourful way to cover their wafer thin personality
This scene kid's page seems to constist of: copy and pasted slogans, pictures of himself at different angles, and incoherent typing.
by marshal claw April 10, 2009
Scene kids are kids that believe they are listening to music and creating a style that has never been done before.
Scene had another name 25 years ago. That name was called New Wave and it wasn't considered cool to be part of the scene, it was considered freakish.
This was at a time when wearing a label
that was unique at such a time, could be acceptable as an alternative to mainstream culture.
Scene is a confused genre, because the kids that mainly call themselves scene
change the rules for what scene is and isn't daily. This tells everyone else that scenesters are posers and they are not sure of what they are doing, along with giving no reference to the ungerground anti-fashions that originally gave their subconscience the idea that they stole.
The best way to be scene, is to NOT be scene! Stop coming up with boring labels to fit in or shock people.
It's 2008, and the glam meets drag look was original when David Bowie, Divine, Boy George, Pete Burns and Robert Smith had done it during a time when these types were just trying to create something new along with b eing themselves, thus it was not accepted so greatly until future times.
That was true scene!
If you must have a label, then you are insecure and if you aren't going to give old school new romantic, punk, and wavers
any credit for ripping off their look, then you must be banished into complete ignorant bliss.
Scene Kids
by megalomaniaeverywhere November 17, 2008

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