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1.
Myspace trains are tools used by scene kids in order to get massive numbers of friends. The members of the trains post bulletins that have links to add all of the other train riders.
Also, almost all of them have either the words "Glamour," "Perfection," "Aesthetic," or any combination of those words, and a few others, in their names.
"How the fuck does he have 24,000 friends on myspace?"

"Myspace trains."

also

"Aesthetic Perfection" "Perfectly Aesthetic" "Glamourous Perfection" "Glamorously Aesthetic Perfection" and so on.
by upstagedmassacre June 06, 2007
 
2.
Any of those obnoxious bulletins that some of your emo/scene/whatever friends post occasionally. It's usually called something like "Capcom Train," "Toy Box Murder," "Silent Hill Train," or anything similar, and it's basically a bulletin promoting some sort of group or club.

Inside the bulletin are pictures of the group's members in order of rank, as well as a billion clickable links to add the people AND group to your buddies list and groups list.

But get this. No matter WHAT THE HELL the train is called, no matter WHAT THE HELL this little club is about, and no matter WHAT THE HELL the rules are, EVERY SINGLE FUCKING member is emo. EVERY SINGLE FUCKING member is a camera whore. EVERY SINGLE FUCKING member has the infamous myspace angle with weird black hair covering half of their face with eyeliner on. It's just... annoying.. to see that kind of thing ALL the time.
*someone posts a new bulletin*

Typical Myspace Train:
"Toy Box Murder"

*clicks*

"TOY BOX MURDER!! OWNERS: *shows display pictures of two emo kids* CO-OWNERS: *shows even more emo kids* MEMBERS: *shows the biggest list of emo kids you've ever seen in your life*"

"What the hell is this??? The gathering of the scene whores??
by Someone who likes metal June 12, 2007
 
3.
A group on myspace with certain rules. Many camera whores,scene kids,etc. post a million proofs to get accepted into one.

Usually with names like:

Aesthetic glamour
hello kitty perfection
suicide toybox
etc..
Person1: OMG i got accepted into perfect aesthetic scary murder pretty hello kitty death dolls!The freakin awesomest myspace train ever!!!
Person2: Shoot me...
by screamofeen19 May 04, 2009
 
4.
A tool created by scene kids to get more friends. It is displayed with picture links to the members' myspaces so they can get more friends. Trains usually contain the words, "Aesthetic", "Elite", "Perfection", "Eternal", "Divinity", "Massacre", and any combination of the above.
Scene Kid 1: LYKE, OMGZ! D!D Y0U G3T 4CC3PT3D BY TH4T ULTR4 BR00T4LL TR4!N "Elite Eternal Massacred Bloody Hello Kitty Perfection Legends"?

Scene Kid 2: D00D N0... Y0U N33D T0 H4V3 12000000 FR!3ND$, 4ND ! 0NLY H4V3 11999999...

Normal Kid 1: Have you ever been on a Myspace Train?

Normal Kid 2: No, that's too BR00T4L for me.
by Joey1993 February 05, 2008
 
5.
Any of those obnoxious bulletins that some of your emo/scene/whatever friends post occasionally. It's usually called something like "Capcom Train," "Toy Box Murder," "Silent Hill Train," or anything similar, and it's basically a bulletin promoting some sort of group or club.

Inside the bulletin are pictures of the group's members in order of rank, as well as a billion clickable links to add the people AND group to your buddies list and groups list.

But get this. No matter WHAT THE HELL the train is called, no matter WHAT THE HELL this little club is about, and no matter WHAT THE HELL the rules are, EVERY SINGLE FUCKING member is emo. They're all camera whores. They've all got the infamous myspace angle with weird black hair covering half of their face with eyeliner on. It's just... annoying.. to see that kind of thing ALL the time.
*someone posts a new bulletin*

Typical Myspace Train:
"Toy Box Murder"

*clicks*

"TOY BOX MURDER!! OWNERS: *shows display pictures of two emo kids* CO-OWNERS: *shows even more emo kids* MEMBERS: *shows the biggest list of emo kids you've ever seen in your life*"

"What the hell is this??? The gathering of the scene whores??
by Someone who likes metal June 12, 2007