Monday, 27 September 2010

Teenage Stereotypes.

Oh man, You would be lucky if you haven't seen a few of these in your life.

Emos, Goths, Scene, Indie, Skater, Punk and a Variety of other breeds which look like the result of a man getting it on with a parakeet.

Anyway, It's really starting to annoy me, These people claiming individuality by dressing up as their best friends do..
I mean, i don't mind people who have out of the norm hair colour who admit they are doing it just for fashion, But when they start using terms like "Rebel" and "Fashion Statements" Its just laughable.

1: Half of them probably don't know what those terms mean.
2: LOL, WHAT? Rebel?

I mean, i like the styles. I do. But it's when people call them something that they aren't, OH GOD it annoys me to no end. Dying your hair Blue, Black and Yellow is not rebelling, It just looks pretty bad-ass.

Another thing; "Emos".
I like the style. Fringe over one eye thing, Yeah its cool.
BUT GOD DAMN IT, When you try to turn a style into a LIFEstyle, that's when these problems occur..
I'm not gonna go into this, But seriously....Wheres the common sense?
Did you leave it at home, Next to your virginity.

One last point...
Scene kids.
Alright, Fine, There are some cool ones out there, but some are so arrogant with huge egos that it just pisses off EVERYONE to no end.
Just because you have to cool hair doesn't mean you have any increased personality.
You still have the personality of a wet dishcloth, And the fact that it's a bage wet dishcloth doesn't get you any more points.

I guess the point im making is, Be stylish and all that shizz...But theres no need to go as acting like something your not.

- Irvine & JB.


  1. I blow shit up but I have no style, what category do I fall into? Great post dude keep em coming

  2. this is a good post that makes me want to come back for more

  3. Somewhat of a good post, though I find most of the time these kids don't even know the origins of their subcultures.

    Being a punk is about your state of mind, it has nothing to do with having a mohawk or wearing a jacket with a ton of patches.

    I don't know exactly what you mean by trying to turn emo style into a life style... I'm 22 years old, I still wear my tight jeans and get my emo hair going for shows and stuff, and I haven't worried about my virginity in about 5 years.

  4. They try to express themself but they lack of peronality.

  5. Agreed, I hate those "straight edge" scene or emo kids who like to project their views. But some of em are pretty cool, dont get me wrong.

  6. fuck that straight edge bullshit, haha

  7. Almost verbatim as to how I look on the subject.

    In high school, we always wore our out-dated band shirts (Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Cinderella, to name a few), but unlike a good number of fags who did the same thing, we could actually list the disc chronographies because we listened to those bands almost daily.

    Don't get me wrong, if someone was wearing a shirt just because they thought it looked bad ass or something, that's fine with me. It's those who felt a need to create a pseudo-rebel image that irritated the shit out of me.

  8. I couldn't agree more, Thank you so much for not being retarded =D


  9. live and let life... They will grow up.

  10. Everyone is just trying to find a place in the world you know?

  11. Supportin :D
    Cool post bro!

  12. I also hate those annoying kids who just WANT to stand out from the crowd, while THEY are the crowd.

  13. @Beerandchips.

    If that's so, you don't fall into a category, you land into one. 8)

  14. :)))))LMAO! nice!
    May The FORCE Be With You!

  15. I'll have to agree, it already is a stereotype by itself.

  16. im fine with people wanting to be an individual. but when they take it so far as to have it become a lifestyle as you mentioned, that is just too far.

  17. too often teens are just trying too hard to get attention... sad really

  18. Um... Is that a guy or girl... I'm gonna guess girl?