The second group derive from the "alternative" music scene. they too study in-vogue subjects, though this is often coupled with the arts. Again, while they profess a love for arthouse films, unsigned experimental bands and radical socialist politics, this is often not true and founded on a desire to be "an individual." These people are often bullied in early adolescence and they find an escape from this through embracing what they see as "individualism." They feel a bond with others who have been bullied and in the process attempt to form a new identity, deliberatley distanced from their previous one, and due to past experiences their uniformness is often greater than that which they previously had, contradicting their beliefs in "individualism." They are also often even more judgemental than they had been previously. They are deeply cynical despite professing a fundamental commitment to being open, expressive and experimantal, though this "openess" is often only in terms of what their group deems acceptably open, and not what they consider to be "mainstream open." They will also reject things based on whether they are popular, despite claiming to value things on content rather than image. They usually seek in vain for careers in the media or arts with the notion that their openess and creativity are somehow greater than the average. They tend to be more open to drug use than other Barley's in conjunction with their self-proclaimed experimental nature.
Natively, barley is a cereal grain derived from the annual grass Hordeum Vulgare. Vulgare sounds like vulgar, and has a similar construction to "vagina;" vaginas are in the commonplace vernacular as being vulgar. Also, Horedeum sounds a bit like "Whore," who often have vaginas.
Barley is used for malting, which is akin to something like a yeast infection, probably.
Barley is used to make alcoholic beverages such as beer and whiskey, which often lead to vagina.
"This barley needs to be malted."
Last year's barley harvest yielded much poontang."
"I like barley."