Tom Mitrovic wrote:i dont get it. i dress emo but i get ridiculed for doin so juts cos i listen to metal as well....someone help me outy here!
oslo wrote:Tom Mitrovic wrote:i dont get it. i dress emo but i get ridiculed for doin so juts cos i listen to metal as well....someone help me outy here!
Let me get this straight. You dress like the twats in the picture above and "get ridiculed" because you listen to metal as well? Sure there is no other reason?
No wonder we have wars.
Brent wrote:But there's not one common denominator in any of the three photo's above. All appear quite different and it would appear EMO means subtly different things to each of you... A photo of the definitive EMO please!!!
sinistapenguin wrote:Thanks for taking the p*ss out of me!!
Thing is, I don't care if they are gay, I like (some of) the music and I don't really care what anyone thinks of me.
I went surfing with a friend of my brother in law. He had his brand new Rip Curl shorty and Aloha mini-mal. I had my 15 yr old, battered to sh!t no-brand wetsuit and a beaten up 6'6 thuster. He strutted up and down on the beach 'looking cool' - I pulled off my first floater and came in totally stoked.
Who's going to get more respect? My point is, it doesn't matter what you wear as long as you're comfortable with it. Screw everyone else!
Fashion sucks big time! Wear whatever you want!
Surfing aint about image - it's about feeling, that's what counts.
meister wrote:umm well with guys its generally in the line of tapered black jeans, vans or chucks, emo fringe (sometimes), flesh tunnels, band shirt, bandanas, badges etc.
What the flying f**k is a 'flesh tunnel'???
Whatever it is, Im sure guys shouldnt be in possession of one...