A group of people who are vital to our culture. In a society there must be outcasts whether punks-nerds-freaks or in more rural cultures shamen-witches-people with "magic powers". its not nessecarily something useful but for some reason humans always have and always will separate themselves or others from the group. Those on the inside are either brillant, athletic, or beatuiful. These are genetic codes inbedded in us. Our perception of beauty is based on 3 main factors, health, fashion/culture, and measurements of facail symetry. Unsymmetrical faces can usually be attributed to infections in pregnancy making this person slightly sicklier or having genetics that may create weak offspring. So there for pretty+pretty=higher chance of jungle survival and any sign of weakness is standing to say that that person is a burden on the group as they dont have as many natural skills as the others though some with good intelligence may be able to set them selves up in postitions of high power with or without athletics through politics (does this sound like survivor yet)
In this society where we dont leave our sick and weak to die in the street we have people with a natural compulsion to distance themselves from others. Thus giving us our since of exclusivness, and social structure. So we have punks, goths, LARPers, and all that crap.
Prep(durdur): I hate you for reasons i dont know, dont understand anything you say, and have no comprehension of why you do anything you do. But I respect your choice to balance society with freakishness. Thankyou manic.
Punk(hooray): I hate you cause you victimize me, you cant think further than prom, you follow like a flock crows shit you even squak like a crow. But I realize that your fascism makes our culture possible. Thankyou nazi.
Prep(durdur): Now get yo head in that toilet!
Punk(hooray): No bitch *stabs with sword*
ex. for outcast
1.- someone who doesn't belong in his main social area (work, school, the street) Has only a few friends, but usually doesn't really hang out with them. Someone who is told by his betters that he has wisdom beyond his years, but his peers make fun of him for it. He's a little insane, after all, humans are social creatures. But his heart is mature, calm and kind. He never really does anything big for himself, and most of the things he does are for other people. He's just misunderstood, and people hate him for no reason. He's usually the victim of every negative stereotype and rumor. But hey, he doesn't have a social life, it doesn't matter to him, he hardly has anything to lose.
I'm an outcast, whether you like it or not, and there's nothing i can do for you socially, so why do you keep supporting me?
Someone who doesn't fit in at all. A lot of people think outcasts are phsycho, and that they are freaks. BUT THEY ARE NOT! Most outcasts are truely unique people. They usually are not your average Joe. They are much more. They have "IT", and most people don't have "IT". So when people experience someone with "IT", they are not used to the feeling the outcast gives them. So they are really mean to someone who has God's gift. Most people are trashing an outcasts unique gift, and this is why our society is falling apart.
Outcasts are usually the nicest people EVER. And it is a shame how some people treat them. They don't have a lot of friends (or none at all), because most of the time people see different and unique as really weird. So they think that the outcast is weird even though they are special. Outcasts usually don't ever go on dates, because they are too nervous to talk to who they like. And then that person they like thinks that the outcast has no interest in them. But really that person almost means the world to the outcast, and it's too bad that these unique people don't go on dates more often. Also, outcasts usually get really nervous in front of others, and they don't talk a lot because of that. And as sad result, people think that there is something wrong with the outcast, so they stay away from the outcast. And usually outcasts don't start up conversations because they are in their own world. Which is something wonderful about them. AND ONE DAY THEY WILL BE ...
Someone who is years ahead of his time. A young version of the wise old owl, he is often misunderstood as being self-centered, snobbish, or sketchy, whatever the hell that means. Unfortunately for him, he's often neither, just extremely shy. Because of his shyness, he becomes more and more withdrawn from society which makes him even more reluctant to talk to others (after all, what could they be saying about him behind his back?) He needs a friend and probably would make a very loyal friend, but his social isolation leaves him doubtful of who to trust. Basically, he's one of the few people who genuinely deserves sympathy.
Alright, I'll admit, I'm an outcast. But I sure am proud of it.
Someone who doesn't belong or fit in a crowd, and hangs by his or herself.
John who is an outcast dropped out of school because he's being picked by the other who he doesn't fit in with.
A popular nickname for the multi user art program openCanvas
outCast is like ShoutCast
without the sound.
A. Hey, check out this pic I just drew on outCast!
B. The other night, I was drawing with my friends on outCast. : )
An individual who is not widely embraced by their peers for various reasons. This lack of acceptance is not always due to outright rejection, but often times from being in unfamiliar surroundings (in which case it usually passes), having a mutual lack of interest, common ground, or initiative.
Social skills definitely have something to do with it, but these are hard to quantify since there are a variety of ways that people relate to others, many of them with considerable success. It really is a matter of whether or not you have found your Feng Shui (figure of speech) in relating to others and have that developed that special "It". "It" is not a given thing (people in circumstancial isolation, such as prison or homlessness, lose their social skills foremost), but comes from
1. Confidence in self-exposure,
2. Practice and Interaction,
3. Analyzing Mistakes
The idea that social skills are naturally endowed stems from a certain type of personality (extrovert) that gravitates toward those three, but anybody who isn't One Hundred Percent happy with being completely alone can become comfortable with these habits.
Don't get rid of that vivd imagination and dynamic mind just because it's an internal trait, but share it with other people in an engaging (meaningful to them) way, and good results can be expected. If not, the problem might be in your environment or with the individuals that surround you. You don't have to be slave to the social structure, but ...
One who does not see the need to socialize with people who are not of the same kind. A person who chooses to lead thier own lives, without the tiresome tag alongs that influence bad ideas upon others.
" I wish not to hang out with most people, because they are not like me in anyway, and I wish not to change the way I am just to fit into their odd worlds, therefore I am an outcast in most eyes."