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25 Dec 1996
2 Blog Posts
03 Mar 2009
Posted on 04 Mar 2009
Scene is often mistaken for emo. Scene kids don't cut themselves, they also are less shy more outgoing, and are extremely popular on sites like facebook and myspace. They wear skinny jeans and tight shirts like emo's but wear lots of colours rather than just black, grey and red like emos or goths.
another scene chick note how you don't have to have bright multi-coloured hair.
scene is similar to emo to start off wit
there usually dressed very bright n hav either hav hair thats all blak, bleached blonde, or multi colored
scene hairstyles can be anythin frm mohawks without the sides shaved
to medium sized hair wit the bak sppikey or all jus down and bangs relly sharp
or pprtty long sideburns and still spikey in the bak or flat
scenes are hella outgoing and are usually very popular
they tend to luv attention and love to party
most scenes are bi-sexual or gay
oh and for girl hairstyles they tend to hav their hair teased so its like they hav those cute little hello kitty ears
Well, to start with
Emo's dont have to cut their wrists just to be emo. Emo can be a style as well as a 'culture'. The emo style is wearing colours like black and red and grey. The emo make up can be discrete eyeliner or very heavy eyeliner, but it all depends on how emo you are, also, black or blond hair with a side fringe is pretty emo styley. The emo 'culture' is like all this cutting wrists and poetry stuff.. but tbh, anyone can cut their wrists and write poetry.
Scene is very different to emo. The scene style is like big chunky necklaces, crazy big hair, doesn't always have to have colour, but usually does, brightly coloured skinny jeans, tight band tee, and converses or vans or just plane pumps and can have crazy make-up. The scene attitude is the complete opposite to emo. Scene's are often very bubbly and outgoing and not forgetting creative. I think thats a good word for scenes, they create their own style, and don't care about anyone else and what they think.
Goths tend to wear big clumpy boots and long black coats and alot of red, and things like chains. They often tend to wear heavy make-up and black lipstick. Goth's often like their skin to be pale, and their hair dark.
I hope i helped.. xx
Most common definition of "Scene" today is hardcore kids who wear their hair funky..with colors, HXC BANGS, spikes, etc... tight jeans for boys, and girls, myspaces with a billion "friends", pokemon lovers, robot lovers, dinosaur lovers tht go rrrawwrr loves, ghetto wannabes, trying to be uniques (but they really all dress and act the EXACT SAME!), eyeliner crazed, "music addicted" teens.
Found this definition from yahoo answer :)
Posted on 05 Mar 2009
scene is more coloful!
emo is when they cut themselfs
and goth is all black:">
Posted on 17 Mar 2009
scenes kind of a mixture of emo, punk and a little prep.
its colorful, less depressing and more. some tend to say its poser but its not. its just a different style and its a mixture of different attitudes.
punk is rebellious in attitude and the way they dress.
while scene is rebellious mostly in just the way they dress.
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