Hair: Choppy , usually black and/or blonde. Fake extensions obligatory if you're female. Oh, and make sure they don't match the rest of your fucking hair.

Girls: tight pants, polka dot shirts, bows, and those ugly slip-on flat mom shoes in some kind of pattern you wouldn't even want as wallpaper.

Boys: pants so tight they cause sterility, band t-shirts, and some annoying color of converse. Sometimes they like to say they're skaters and carry around a skateboard to make themselves seem like they're more than just vanity. We all know this is a lie. Also, sometimes it's BMX, etc.

Fashion: High. But only in price. Ugly pastels and fucked up floral patterns galore. Thunderbolts, dinosaurs, robots, diamond encrusted brass knuckles (or just plain diamonds), cupcakes, and broken hearts are all a key basis for the scene imagery. Scene bitches are no different than the ordinary stuck-up, preppy, taking daddy's credit card for a joyride at the mall female money vacuum.

Urban Dictionary: Anyone who didn't get past the first few paragraphs without giving the submission a thumbs-down.

Music: None. They either think they're too good for music, or they say they listen to indie, 'dancepunk', or electronica...but it's always no more than a ploy to seem alternative. Most cannot understand music enough to have any viable input or taste (hence why we keep seeing this steady propagation of ridiculous genre names). Like many others, they feel their interests are an extension of themselves and therefore only advertise what they are sure others will praise.

Language: Some talk like the ghetto cliche, others talk like any other illiterate asshole, and very few who type properly do it for reasons other than the fact they want to look smart or superior. Elongated consonants added to the endings of words is often used. They're almost always Myspace whores and put the number of the friends they have in their username.

Summary: Like any other teenager, they're stupid, naive, and ignorant. Like any other teenager, very few grow out of it, especially those in the scene due to the relentless addiction to materialism and consumerism. But the latter addictions can also be applied most relevantly to those of the 'ghetto' and 'prep' clichés. In fact, there really is no barrier between any of the stereotypes because they're all based around the same shit. Like this music, wear these clothes, think this way, the only reason the scene is such a plague is because of it's blatant popularity. But it's the popularity that brings out the idiocy of the masses. The scene kids may be stupid, but so is anyone else who follows a trend or lives only for the social acceptance of a particular sect of society.
Many scene people post pictures up on Myspace and give it a caption like 'eww' or 'I'm so uglyyyyy'.

The basic format of a scene Myspace name is:
(First name here)(alliteration to first name here)(Trademark sign)(friendlist number (X.Xk format) here)(symbol of heart or other here)

Example: Katie Kaos™ 3.7k<3
by WWIII March 08, 2008
A commonly hated-on subculture.

Scene kids favor tight pants, dinosaurs, and moshing.

bitchy girl: eww she's like so scene don't touch her! you'll get cooties!

normal person: uh... that's just how she wants to be. if she wants to mosh & yell "rawr" all the time, that's her choice.

bitchy girl: yeah... well... (denial).. fuck off!
by Izzy Caldwell August 15, 2008
nothing and everything is "scene". people who you may consider "scene" or "emo" say they're not. today if you wear smaller tops and jeans and a studded belt, WHATEVER music you listen to and WHOEVER your friends are people will call you "scene". myspace is typical "scene" even tho most people have it. people who choose to be straight edge are "scene". old skool nintendo is "scene"!! poetry is "scene". romance is "scene". peircings are "scene". "scene kids" i know like hiphop, dance, funk, punk, pop. are all these music genres "scene" I DONT THINK SO!!

the line is now soooo blurred ANY consivable thing is just dismissed as "scene".
people will say you cut yourself. people will say you cry. DO PEOPLE REALLY THINK THATS WHAT "SCENE KIDS" DO ????

fools.
by "typical scene kid" April 25, 2006
The scene is the local music in the area, or the shows. For example if someone were to say : "DFjmsdof, the scene is DYING" what they mean is "There are never any good shows anymore.

The typical scene kid thrives on shows and dinosaurs. The girls and boys have choppy black hair with blonde streaks, or blonde hair with black streaks. The boys are hot. The girls are always 5'1 or below, ranging from skinny to chubby, and love to wear spandex, bows and headbands.

People who are not in the "scene" tend to think that scene kids are conceited and close-minded, but that is just a sterotype.
Stop being so hard on the scene. You all are biased and probably have never talked to one of these people in your life. If you had, you'd have realized that they are human like anyone else, and don't all fit under one catergorie.
by haley..screw you. November 16, 2005
When being original means being like everyone else.
xXwhitechapelXx: d00d were sooo xscenex
xXnormajeanXx: frilll bruh i noe
xXwhitechapelxX: u redy 4 da show 2nite
xXnormajeanXx: hellz yeh itz gonna b br00t4l!!!
by Felix L Gato August 15, 2008
Scene is a stereotype that most people have never heard of and usually have no idea they belong to. Many of the people who are 'scene' think that they act preppy or emo or whatever other labels they feel like sticking themselves with. Some 'scene' kids don't want a label and merge all sorts of different stereotypes together. According to these definitions, that is what scene is, isn't it? Some confused kids who are trying to be original but can't help but flow with the current and are unfairly punished with the 'horrid' label of being scene? Many of the scene kids are proud to be scene and follow the crowd on purpose. But many more of them were just swept away without being able to get a word in edgewise. So go ahead and wear your vintage tees with an overabundance of black eyeliner and your cheetah print Vans. One day you'll realize what your label is and all of us definers will feel like complete idiots when you get rich off of your super popular 'scene' clothing line. Show off your Sex dance moves at System of a Down concerts and listen to Relient K on your walkman on the way home from 'chillin wit ur DaWgZ' at the mall. Us original, hardcore, judgemental computer freaks will slap ourselves in the face when your highchool 'scene' band shoots off and you get a major record deal and can afford to smash your hot pink guitar over your boy/girlfriends head then be able to pay off the cops and get probation for six months, while the rest of us are rotting in prison for 25-to-life and our black 1980's guitars are lying in the same place at that last underground cavern we played at. But yea, no one be scene, 'cause it's bad. Very, very bad. And we will punish you. Pfft.
Bobby likes both Motion City Soundtrack AND Lamb of God. Get over it!
by SamIsTheProdigy August 28, 2005
scene
Scene kids are often confused with those belonging to the emo kid culture.
Which they pretty much are, except for a few key factors.
First off, A scene GIRL's clothing:
Headbands
Bold Prints
Dyed hair
Long fake pearl necklaces
Choppy, often odd {dyed} hair
Alot of make up
Skinny Jeans
Big Sunglasses
Either a big canvas-bag type purse, or a small clutch with a bow on it or something
Polka Dots
Dinosaurs
Comic book heroes
Robots
Slip on vans
Converse
Big, odd rings
Shoe laces with pictures or writing on them
And a variety of other little kid like stuff.

A scene guy often attributes more to emo than the girls, the girls looking more preppy than emo.

Scene Guy's Appearance:
Bandana tied around face, hanging out of pants, and tied around thigh.
Often weirder, choppier, died hair than the girls, yet some go for a more simpler, hard core / emo do.
Tight pants
Ocaisonal make up
Tight vintage shirts
Studded belts
Converse Chucks
Vans slip ons
Various sized Gauges
Big Sunglases
Ocaisonial ripped skinny jeans
And so on.

The girls & guys tend to share appearances, and most look a little like indie rockers.

Personality wise, both boy & girl probably have pimped out myspaces, some are vegitarian, vegan, & sraightedge, most listen to anything from hardcore to electronica, most use gangsta references in their speach, most cuss, some are concieted, some are big club goers, most are bi, most live in California, some skateboard, most go to alot of shows, and they tend to hand out mainly only with eachother.
Though bashed alot for being "emo", most would probably kick your ass if you called them that, and go smoke a cigarette. They are highly advanced at html, livejournal, myspace, and the internet.
Though some are similar to emos, they're mostly rich white kids trying to be unique.
A part of a scene kid's conversation on aim:
xcuntXfacedXballerinax: Hey kidd, going to the hardxcore show tonight?
DeDXxXEm0tions: Right on, Ni99a. Oh, && I really thought your Spiderman shirt was rad, foo.
xcuntXfacedXballerinax: You know it, BIOTCH!!
by Kittay Jo September 30, 2006
Scene kids are usually annoying, conceited bitches that think they are superior to everyone else. On their MySpace profiles, they usually say something like “I’m usually nice to everyone” or “I’m probably the nicest person you’ll ever meet”, but in reality they make fun of basically anyone who isn’t one their friends. The majority of scene kids act condescending toward most people. They think they’re being funny or cool when they pretend they like “little kid things” like Carebears, Pokemon, dinosaurs, etc. They take 162,983 pictures of themselves making “scene faces”, and then edit them in photoshop to make themselves look like teh s3xx. They usually have over 500 friends on MySpace, but most of them are people that they only know over the internet and will never meet. Basically all scene kids look and dress the same, but they still think they’re unique. Most of them look like clones of one another. The typical scene girl wears a shitload of makeup, and it’s nearly impossible to determine what she actually looks like. And almost all of them have the exact same haircut, and have their hair dyed the exact same way. They like to two-step at t0tally hardxcore shows, and probably ruined hardcore music for people that actually like it.

Now I’m not saying all scene kids are like this, but probably about 98% are.
Typical “scene kid” myspace profile:
Heyyy niggaz. My names Jen. I’m probably one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet <333. Me and my friends are really random, and like robots, dinosaurs, and power rangers LMAO. My friends are probably better than you. we’re all hardxcore pokemon fans LMOA!! I like to two-step at shows and at school :]. I like to color, shop, and play candyland with my friends lmaoooo. I <3 the words cUNT, fagggg, and nigga LFMAO! I don’t consider myself scene or cool. I can be rly emotional sometimes, but I don’t let it show : \. I’m looking for a guy that’s kinda like me and isn’t conceited, mean, or stuck up. If you add me, I’ll add you back. But plz don’t add me if your ugly. kthxbyefag! <3333
by you're super January 23, 2006

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