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Gaming Beast
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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008
i read this whole thing and i kinda agree


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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008
This is true for every genre of music that has ever hit the mainstream. Look at glam rock: so much gender bending, makeup, theatrics, etc. It starts out as "artistic expression", gains fans from shock value and its uniqueness or disparity from "the norm" of society, and then realizes how marketable it is, and goes all out for the sake of money. It's not restricted to "scene" kids, that just happens to be, well, the scene right now. It was hip-hop, punk, disco, glam rock, rock and roll, on and on. Always happens.
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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008
Um.. Some scene girls are purely hot.. Nuff said. =]
Umm... o.o
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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008
EMO kids are **bleep**
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Re: About Scene kids

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xPSPx wrote:
Before, the hardcore scene was all about hardcore action: mosh pits, crowd jumping, swinging fists, etc., and everyone looked normal.  Now it's all about guys looking like girls, and girls making themselves look 10x uglier by doing the crap you see in those pictures. 

you dont get out much do you?, hardcore is alive and well thier hardcore is about how **bleep** you can get 

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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008
wth? never heard of scene kids and whats up with that jeffree starr? thats a woman with a mans name, a take off of marylin manson? i swear the new generation is taking this world down in flames lmao.
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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008

The person who wrote that must have alot of time.

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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 28, 2008

Shark3y wrote:

PSforever wrote:
Next time write something I care about.
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I did not write this , I found this and thought it was funny. dgaf.
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Owned.
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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 29, 2008
and people make fun of preppy kids...
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Re: About Scene kids

Sep 29, 2008

xPSPx wrote:
Before, the hardcore scene was all about hardcore action: mosh pits, crowd jumping, swinging fists, etc., and everyone looked normal.  Now it's all about guys looking like girls, and girls making themselves look 10x uglier by doing the crap you see in those pictures. 

yea no kidding, i can hear theme now :the establishment hates us so we must revolt agaisnt society and be none conformist"

 

They dotn get a cookie but none emo weird *** kids do!

 

 

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