Scene/Emo Kids at High School
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proud scenester

Warren, MI

#48 Aug 24, 2009
im in sports. the way that you dress doesnt define the kind of person you are.

United States

#49 Aug 24, 2009
Lol this thread has went from scene/emo kids to music and now to clothes. Everybody here has there own opinion on stuff with all three. If we was all supposed to wear the same thing and listen to the same music then none of us would be unique. So everybody grow the fk up and quit trying to act superior because you think such and such is better just cuz [you] like it and wanna represent it. Sheesh. YOUR YOU! Who cares what people think.
just me

Danville, KY

#50 Aug 25, 2009
Mr RainMaker wrote:
I'm 31 yrs old and I think all the emo and gothic shyt is cool. Just like the leather and latex stuff is cool. And if you wanna talk about Metal I'm going to Cruefest again this year at Riverbend Cincinasty {CINCINATTI} Motley Crue GodSmack Drowning Pool Theory Of A DeadMan and Charm City Devils are gonna be there. I'll be dressed in an all hott lowcut black latex outfit with the wild hair. I'll be looking like a hellcat rocker chic and a groupie. So I guess I'm just all fake and trying to look cool too, huh?
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wow 31 years old on topix talkin bout high school kids you must feel real cool

Denver, CO

#51 Jul 30, 2012
Not a fan of their style but that doesn't mean I'll be giving them a hard time..
Country Girl

Brownsville, TN

#52 Aug 2, 2012
emo is so cool wrote:
Actually, no it's not! First off I'm thirty years old, I have already been there and done that! You seem to be the one with an issue here. How children express themselves are based on what they have experienced in their life. Granted some kids express themselves for attention, which goes to prove my point, they are not getting the attention that they feel they should be getting from the people that they are around the most.
Expressing themselves in ways you may not agree with or approve of does not mean you are trying to hide who you really are! Instead of being so quick to judge others for there freedom of expression, try embracing them! Be happy that we as AMERICAN'S have the right and the freedom to do what we wish
I couldn't have said it better. I am also in my thirties and when we were teens we had to dress the way the school officials decided was "appropriate" via their standards. I also am a mother of four teens neither of which is "emo" but they have friends who are. First people need to get to know the kids before they judge them by the way the choose to express themselves. Look beyond the clothing, hair color,and piercings to see the real person. I also agree that as Americans we should be glad for the freedoms we have. I am an open minded mother and love the individual personalities and spirits of each of my kids.

Harrodsburg, KY

#53 Aug 29, 2012
I think everyone should just respect other's preference in clothes, music, hair, etc... Superficial things like that shouldn't matter.

Winters, CA

#55 Mar 7, 2015
Is their a lot of emo/scenekids in south Carolina? Please answer cause I really need to no

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