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When you're on a train that is stopped between two stations and it is really quiet, you can yell "pump up the party!" to start a dance party. One who wishes to pump up the party must play a ringtone with a great beat as loud as it can go and dance like they are on E, to sucessfully "pump up the party". For extra cool points, try and get other people to play dance.
Train Conductor: We are being held due to train traffic ahead. We will be moving shortly.
Passengers: ughh.
*Bob exchanges a look with James*
*Bob and james pull out their phones and play their Prodigy ringtones. Then they start to dance *
Bob: C'mon People!
*Passengers are reluctant at first but slowly start to dance*

The train becomes an instant dance party.

Mission Accomplished.
by Music_Note_93 March 01, 2008
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A formula for finding out what type of fan you are of a certain band. It has nothing to do with how much you love a band but what type of listener you are. Purely for fun.
It is a very simple formula, take the amount of songs you have heard by said band/artist and divide it by the amount of songs the band/artist has in their collection (using a calculator). You will most likely get a crazy decimal like 00.540182 or something. Take that number and round it to the nearest whole number. WALA, there is your listening percentage. You can now check the chart below to figure out what type of listener you are.

0-10%--Once in a while listener
(A few songs on your ipod, listen when your in the mood)

10-20%--Occasional Listener
(You probaly have most of the singles)

20-40%--Casual Listener
(You own all of the singles and a few tracks off of the third album)

40-60%--Avid Listener
(You own an album or two)

60-80%--Strong Listener
(You own a few albums, missing 1 or 2 but have tracks from the missing albums)

80-90%--Big Time Listener
(You have every album but there is an EP or two you can't seem to get your hands on)

90%-100%-Hardcore, Die-hard Fan
(You have every album, B-side, EP, LP and live recording or are dangerously close to having all of the music. Perhaps this is one of your favorite bands?)
Bob has 56% of Chaos In Captivity's* songs. He is an Avid Listener.

Mary has 10% of all the Fuzzy Hats of Death's* music. She is an Occasional Listener.

Samantha has 100% of the music by 99¢ Happiness*. She is a hardcore fan, she even has a tattoo of their logo. (A yellow happy face with a price tag attached)

*Chaos In Captivity, Fuzzy Hats Of Death and 99¢ Happiness are not real bands (at least I don't think they are). They are just band names that I came up with that I think are dope.

The "Fan Math" formula wouldn't really work with bands that have less than three albums. It just doesn't work with them
by Music_Note_93 March 17, 2008
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Someone who finds relief through self-harm. No matter what anyone says, cutting is not normal or in any way healthy. It is self destructive and addictive.
There are many different reasons people cut.

Bob- I'm a cutter. My father is dead and my mother is an alcoholic. My friends are rarely around to talk. I feel alone and trapped in my own life. Cutting helps me feel like a human and not the ghost I usually feel like. I cut all the time.

Amy: I cut for drugs. I read an article about it, the guy got drugs for depression. I took it up and now I'm on anti-depressants. I need them to feel like myself. I cut all over my arms, so they will keep sending me to the shrink.

Samantha: My parents are supportive of me, my friends care about me. I'm happy most of the time. I don't cut all the time just when I get really upset. When I get upset, I feel like I have all this pressure bottled up. Cutting helps me let go of it. No one knows about it, I don't cut my arms, just my legs. I wouldn't dream of telling anyone.

Megan: This girl at my school got caught doing it. Now everyone is always checking on her, asking her how she's doing. I wish people would care about me like that. I started cutting my hands, maybe people will care now.

Johnny- Everything I do is a mistake. I always say the wrong things. I never keep promises to myself. I fail at almost everything I try. I over analyze everything, then I obsess about it. I cut to punish myself for my flaws.

As you can see people cut for many reasons. Some people cut because they have problems and some people cut for attention. Either way its not alright. If you feel you need to cut to get people to notice your its just as bad as cutting for any other reason. Please try and talk to someone.
by Music_Note_93 March 09, 2008
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An interesting series of events that occurs after someone accuses another person of being emo. It doesn't matter if the person was joking or was serious, it will lead to a seemingly endless chain of finger pointing. No one is safe, any action, piece of clothing, Cd, friendship, personality trait or incident in the past or present can be brought up. There are several known ways to end an Emo witch hunt.
1. Accuse someone who is not present.
2. Say very loudly " Emos are SO weird".
3. Take the hit and say admit what you've done *

The accusation process of an Emo witch hunt is similar to that of the Salem Witch trials. Lets just say the motto is " When under pressure, blame the person to your right.

*This method is very dangerous to your social standing. You could be known as the "Emo Kid" for a while. However if this doesn't bother you, feel free to use this method, if you are scared do not use it.
Jen: Amanda you are so emo.
Amanda: I'm not emo! You're the one who wears those chucks with Dashboard Confessional lyrics written on them.
Jen: *gasps* Well John cried at the end of Donnie Darko!
All: Ohhhhh!
John: Once at the library, Frank was checking out the Hawthorne Heights Cd.
*Everyone looks at Frank*
Frank: Oh yeah? Mandy hangs out with Emo Emily!
*Everyone turns to Mandy*
Mandy: Bob wrote wrote poetry for a week straight after Samantha dumped him!
Samantha: you did?!
Bob: ...
Ending #1
Bob: At least none of us are like Randy! Look at his glasses!
*Everyone laughs*
John: Randy is so lame!
Samantha: Bob, I hope you know that our breaking up was for the best.
Ending # 2
Bob: *loudly* Emos are SO weird.
*everyone shuts up*
Jen: That is so true.
Samantha: So you didnt write poems?
Bob: No! What kind of loser does that?
Samantha: Oh.
Ending # 3
Bob:...Ok, so I did write poems. I guess that makes me "emo".
*Everyone teases Bob for a few moments*
Samantha- *turns to Bob* So...you wrote poems? Maybe you have changed, I would love to see them.
Bob- Is Friday night ok?
Samantha- It's a date.

* While this is going on, the kid who likes Rites of Spring laughs to himself and whispers "Gotta love the Emo Witch Hunts!"
by Music_Note_93 January 27, 2008
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