sex pistols, ramones etc - not fucking good charlotte and the crap they play on mtv.
Steve: i'm punk i listen to good charlotte, blink 182 and have a MADE hoodie!
Fred: No. You're fucking not.
by MissVicious February 22, 2005
Punk rock embodies the opposition that still currently exist between our right to Freedom of Expression and society's need to interpret or define each expressed thought, therefore creating oppression. Punk rock is a force that serves only to save us from ourselves.
Your abilities are not defined by your appearance.
Do not allow yourself to be controlled by learned behavior which teaches you to feel a false sense of security by judging a person based on anything other than actions.
Punk rock is more than an attitude, it challenges you to accept chaos.
by miaeon February 20, 2008
being who u are and not listening to what other people do or say\
prep:omg look at me i just bout some VANS
punk: soooo
prep: well now im punk and i bout the simple plan CD
Punk:Just cuz u wear Vans doesnt make u punk if i was to wear american eagle would i be kool
Punk: thats wut i thought bitch
by courtney bass February 21, 2005
music that is commenly used a punk rock with dumb ass bands such as simple plan or avril lavigne this is not true many local bands keep it alive it is a way of thinking not dressing or "jumping up and down alot"
blah123: these jeans are so punk rock
blah123: i cant wait for the concert i will jump up and down to the beat
me: you suck at life. you are not punk rock eat shit and die
by anonoymous May 05, 2004
an agressive, hard, in your face form of rock, not be be mistaken with pop - punk
real punk rock: angry samoans, ramones, old school AFI, operation ivy, circler jerks, black flag, RKL

poser: my chemical romance, sum 41, blink 182, all time low, etc.
by dow dow May 16, 2010
superlative; cool -- particularly in an in-your-face or don't-give-a-fuck way
Did you see that rail grind he did? That was totally punk-rock!
by Faiella November 12, 2007
Contrary to what alot of people think about punk rock, it isn't a completely individualistic musical movement with no rules or boundries. If this were true, than pretty much anything could be punk rock, so long as the musicians intent was not adhere to any rules while composing the music. This would mean that classical, folk, new wave, pop, heavy metal, or any combination of the above, or a completely new genre of music never heard of before could all be punk. Bands such as mr bungle or fantomas who incorporate many genres into their music, and seem to never have two songs that sound the same should than be considered more punk than the ramones or the sex pistols, since they conform to no previous musical standards. The truth is that Punks tend to be very rigid about what they consider to be punk or not, more rigid than alot of people who listen to music other than punk. As soon as someone playing punk rock tries to incorporate some other genre into punk you'll here people say, "that's not punk, that's pop punk or new wave". Punk rock began, and is still considered today to be fast loud 3 chord rock and roll music characterized by either nihilistic lyrics about sex, drugs and violence, or some kind of anarcho-communist utopia. Some punks will say to you out of confusion that bands like avirl lavigne or simple plan aren't punk rock because they don't write their music or cause they are just playing music to conform to the rules of the masses, but who the hell are they to say that avril lavigne doesn't really believe what she's writing or playing is good, and she's just conforming to the masses. The fact is that Avril Lavigne will never be punk, not because she's dishonest, writing music just to make money and please people, but because she doesn't wanna have sex with a dog, drink whiskey by the gallon or shoot up heroin like dee dee ramone, iggy pop, sid vicious or captain sensible. Or Start some kind of anarchist or communist utopia like the clash, crass, dead kennedy's or bad brains. People get all caught up with the saying and doing whatever you want aspect of the music, but not enough on doing something that actually distinguishes you from the crowd, such as smoking crack, not brushing your teeth, living in a jungle, being an angry hippie ect.
Punk rock makes my parents ears bleed, and my grandma unrinate alot.
by angelo manfredi December 31, 2005

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