Scene kids, like everyone else, follow trends.more...
Most of the stuff people say is true and most of the 'scene' kids admit they try to be scene.
They may go out and buy hundreds of dollars worth of clothes just to look scene.
Most scene kids shop at Hot Topic, Delia*s, and Journeys.
I see lots of scene kids every day, and this is usually what they have and how they look..
Scene girl must-haves:
-extentions (in case a guy hates short hair)
-black and light blonde hair
-black chipped nail polish
-bright colored bows
-clothes with stars/hearts on them
-fur trimmed jacket
-tight,destroyed designer jeans
-other scene chick friends
-hot scene boyfriend
-skimmers AKA doll shoes
-white studded belt hanging off the hips
-mispell their name on myspace. IE: Susie - Siouxsie
Scene boy must-haves:
-extremely choppy haircut
-black colored hair with blond or red
-tightly fitting shirts
-black or white studded belt
-tight jeans with boxers pulled up too high
-bandana in the back pocket
-lip ring/snake bites
In addition, they all have to go to lots and lots of local shows and hang out in their little
Even though labels don't matter, I have decided to put matters into my own hands.more...
Emo kids do not necissarily have to cut themselves, or listen to 'emo bands'... because most suck. Emo is a fashion, a way of life! Sure, many might be depressed and write poems, for I write poems about my suck monkey ass life, but it doesn't mean most are! Some whiney rich kids who afford Hot Topic decide to go all "Rocker".. or have emo friends, or something like that, they think it's cool and try to be the same. "Monkey see, Monkey do."
Most emo kids have a very hard home life. Some are poor, or almost poor (cough) and can't even afford Hot Topic, so they go shop at GoodWill, and find the neatest outfits ;D Sometimes they go to Hot Topic, usually for the SALES! O.O </3
Diet (chow, eats, grub, etc..)
You must be a Vegan, or strive to be one.. You eat nothing that is an animal, from an animal, in a 500 mile radius from an animal, or anything that casts an animal-shaped shadow. You believe eating meat is ultimately wrong however that doesn't stop you from going on occasional meat-eating binges while at restaurants. You must also be a "straight edge" enthusiast, despite the fact you drink occasionally, not to mention smoke. No matter. Anorexia is often a trait of an emo kid.
Hair (the doo)
Your hair must be black or at least dyed an ugly dark magenta color. If you are truly punk, you do not shower. You must used 10 gallons of gel in your hair everyday, so much that you are actually styl...
straight edge is a lifestyle its all about keeping your headmore...
straight & to not poison your body with alcohol, drugs, smoking & one night stands & just have fun with out that. straight edge began in the hardcore punk scene in the 1980s "Minor Threat" the very band who made the movement made a song called "Straight Edge" witch changed the lifes of alot of the punks who started to follow this lifestyle many of them decided to quit alcohol & drugs.
The band members who was Straight Edge at the time are no longer Straight Edge & that band was not a long lived band as for the members moved on to other bands.
The "X" symbol plays a big roll in the straight edge movement the very people who are in this movement mark an "X" on there hands to show that they are straight edge & proud of it!.
This straight edge movement did die out abit but later it came back late 80s/90s & such bands like "earth crisis" added veganism to it as well even no it was fine how it was befor..
The song straight edge by Minor Threat where is the part where they say dont eat meat???? WTF?..
Alot of the kids in the late 80s early 90s straight edge movement get in to a pack to jump a drunk on the streets & drug dealers keeping the streets safe so these straight edgers didnt think any better by attacking people by out numbering them but it has to be done one way or another they dressed less punk by chucking away there studded leather jackets & more well how could i put it hmm more gangsta like bandanas, N...
A female who likes punk rock. Simple as that. They can be a size 0 to a size 50.
Girls that goes to punk rock/HC shows.
They can dress with a studded leather jacket or a abercrombie hoodie.
uber-streetpunxx guy "Hey look at that bitch over there with the abercrombie hoodie, bitch prolly listens to like fall out boy or good charlette or any other mtv band!"
Punk-rocker guy 2 "Her? Oh yeah i saw her at the Capitalist Casualties show, shes more punk then you and she organizes the shows for our local scene asshole. Shes a real punk chicks"
Uber-punxx guy "Damn...."
Uber punxx guy rips off his aus-rotten patch, shaves his mohawk and thinks about what a punk really is..
Style or brand of clothing marketed toward the insecurities of teenagers who feel they need to match the outward appearance of the social clique with they would like to belong. Preppys are the most conspicuous group but there are others as well; including cliques that define themselves as non-conformists yet still wear the same non-conformist clothing, colors and brands
Preppy Clonewear: Khakis, A&F shirt, LLBean docksiders.
Emo Clonewear: Black tee shirt, tight black jeans studded leather neck and bracelets
Metal Guy Clonewear: Jeans, Black concert shirt, black leather jacket
Jock Clonewear: jeans, School sport tee shirt, Letterman Jacket
A person who steadily collaborates photos of people who are thinner and cooler than them, hanging out with people cooler than their friends, in places cooler than they've ever been. This person doesn't really commit themselves to the trends that they copy out of russh and oyster mags, but lets their 'blog do the talking' about their unique style.
They then intersperce the photos that they have taken of their sisters/friends/from google with commentary that is largely irrelevant or selfrighteous, and not a lot more than what everyone else has been saying. Seem to think other people give a shit.
*Watching a girl walk down the street with a studded leather jacket and fake raybans*
-'Ooh, bang on trend' (sarcastically)
-'Yeah, definately a fashion blogger'