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curious

Enterprise, AL

#1 Oct 21, 2008
whats with all the goth and emos and stuff in corning?!? it kinda scares me to think about it! but some ppl just have issues!!!!!

Since: Oct 08

Defiance, MO

#2 Oct 21, 2008
there are no Goth students at corning school...there are emos but thats their business not yours. It also sounds like you are just trying to start a convo. which is dumb... your last line tells me that "but some ppl just have issues!!!!!!"
nothere

Defiance, MO

#3 Oct 21, 2008
how about all the rednecks..."it kinda scares me to think about it! but some people just have issues"
Duh

Hobbs, NM

#4 Oct 21, 2008
If their dress is the only thing that they have for people to complain about, they are doing better than some kids.

But for the kids, they can't complain that people treat them different if they are going to go to the extremes to appear different.

But at some point in time, they have to come out of it. How serious will a "college recruiter" take you if you walk in their office like that?
a mother

Enterprise, AL

#5 Oct 21, 2008
Can someone tell me what emos means? Im a little older and have children and would like to know. Be serious if you dont mind. I would really like to know.
Duh

Hobbs, NM

#6 Oct 21, 2008
Emo" has many meanings. Some would say its only a genre of music, categorized by hardcore music with sad, emotional lyrics. Others consider it only a brief way to call someone "emotional". Still, there are those who believe "emo" is a lifesytle and choose to live their lives the "emo" way. Like any style, fashion or culture, the exact definition is up for debate and often varies according to personal expression. The term emo is loosely associated with emotional rock; most emos like underground or indie music.

After you have discovered your inner emo, try shopping for a new wardrobe. Emo fashion has roots in both punk and goth. Wear tight jeans, tight shirts with emo band logos on them, studded belts, and an old, black and worn down pair of sneakers. Girls can wear black skirts with striped socks or leggings. Leg warmers are also acceptable. For accessories go to HotTopic and buy black rubber bracelets and any emo-looking necklaces. Thick, black-rimmed glasses are not uncommon for emo guys. Also, stripes and checkers are big in the emo culture. Use emos you see around as inspiration but do not copy, be yourself. Theres always more emo points in thrift shop buys too.
Duh

Hobbs, NM

#7 Oct 21, 2008
Get an emo hairstyle. Dye it black or brown with perhaps some blond or unnatural color streaks, especially in the bangs. If you are a girl, you may possibly want to cut your hair to a very short bob-like hairstyle but keep your bangs long, swept drastically to one side and covering your eye. Or, for those who like long hair, get many choppy layers and highlights. For a guy, you may want to spike up the back side, and pat down on the front side. You could also get your bangs/fringe dyed a lighter color than the rest of your hair.

Get the attitude. A lot of times, emo is associated with being bitter, depressed, insecure and resentful. But at its core, you can be emo because you're sensitive, introspective, thoughtful, and quiet. Don't ever be loud or in anyone's face; focus on your own emotional life.
no name

Crawford, CO

#8 Oct 21, 2008
There are no "true" goths in Corning...no matter what they happen to think...The only reason people even dress like that is because it's precieved to be cool no with celebs dressing punk or goth.
just someone

United States

#9 Oct 21, 2008
some just like to fit in to a group most of them are followers that try to fit in to something crazy
sup

Cherry Valley, AR

#10 Oct 21, 2008
nothere wrote:
how about all the rednecks..."it kinda scares me to think about it! but some people just have issues"
wat do u have against rednecks?
no name

Crawford, CO

#11 Oct 22, 2008
If you live in the south rednecks are DUH, they're kind of there...it's like going to mexico and not excepting to see a mexican. If it scares you move north..
jgdjgdfgs

United States

#12 Oct 24, 2008
wat bout that brittany tidwel girl
i think shes scary
freshman

Ozark, AL

#13 Oct 25, 2008
a mother wrote:
Can someone tell me what emos means? Im a little older and have children and would like to know. Be serious if you dont mind. I would really like to know.
most emos cut there wrists or any where on there body! most try to hide it!

Since: Oct 08

Crawford, CO

#14 Oct 25, 2008
Emo is just another word for depressed...or a cry out for attention. Somebody needs a hug :P
FRESHMAN

Ozark, AL

#15 Oct 28, 2008
ashleyh2003 wrote:
Emo is just another word for depressed...or a cry out for attention. Somebody needs a hug :P
lol
anounomous

Cherry Valley, AR

#16 Nov 27, 2008
brittany is my friend. theres nothing wrong with the way she dresses or anything shes not scary shes actually pretty cool if you ask me!
EMO

Little Rock, AR

#17 Nov 27, 2008
Just another stupid style. Most kids are looking for being included into something. Now I know I upset a EMO, but get a haircut and get a real job.
Brittany Tidwell

Cabot, AR

#18 Dec 12, 2008
Thank you on the scary complement ok dont say shit unless you know me thats all ive got to say

Since: Dec 08

Corning, AR

#19 Dec 12, 2008
As someone said before, there are no true goths in corning. Atleast that I am aware of. Goth used to be one of the Teutonic people who invaded the Roman Empire in the 3rd to 5th centuries, or a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement. But, now days it seems to have other meanings.

Just because you wear a lot of black does not make you "goth". I remember a few years back I was called goth b/c I listen to metal and often wear black. If you are going to label me as something then label me as a metal head. Anything but goth or emo.

Emo is short for the word emotional. All music is emotional. What makes you emo is if you actually make it culture. It is a lifestyle. As also true with goths. So, I believe there aren't that true emo/goths here in Corning. This is nothing compared to some of the other cities I have been to around here.

In my opinion.. what does it matter if someone is emo/goth. Are they really hurting anyone? No. It is just there lifestyle.

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"whats with all the goth and emos and stuff in corning?!? it kinda scares me to think about it! but some ppl just have issues!!!!!"

Just b/c you are emo/goth does not mean you have issues. Oh please. This scares you? You should be more worried about a dog crapping in your yard than this.

Sorry.... I just get so sick of people saying they are scared and all when you probably have never even met anyone that is "goth" or "emo".
kittykrushernumb a3

Hinesville, GA

#20 Dec 15, 2008
jonny tyler fucked that britanny tidwel guy

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