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Old 06-16-2005, 10:07 PM   #1
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I've tried to get into emo. It didn't work, so I gave up and just put some Radiohead on instead.
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Old 06-17-2005, 01:18 AM   #4
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Is there going to be a cereal for smartarse 'ironic' users of leetspeak now?
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Old 06-17-2005, 07:28 AM   #5
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hahahahaha. Funny stuff. I like a fair share of so called emo bands, but the term seems pretty much obsolete now likely due to overapplication.

btw, I'm in my thirties. Can I still be an emo kid?
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emo and indie are two different things.

emo is crap.

Indie is great.

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^no. both are too wide genres to be all good or all bad. like everything, there's good and bad emo and good and bad indie.

that is funny though.
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^no. both are too wide genres to be all good or all bad. like everything, there's good and bad emo and good and bad indie.


You mean the genre that includes The Promise Ring, Dashboard Confessional, Jimmy Eat World, Weezer, At the Drive-In, Sparta, Cursive, and The Dismemberment Plan is too broad and doesnt in any way describe what kind of music "emo" is supposed to be???!!! But At the Drive-In and Promise Ring sound SO MUCH alike!!!!!!



But yes, it's still funny.
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Genius. So true. I love making fun of emo kids
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You mean the genre that includes The Promise Ring, Dashboard Confessional, Jimmy Eat World, Weezer, At the Drive-In, Sparta, Cursive, and The Dismemberment Plan is too broad and doesnt in any way describe what kind of music "emo" is supposed to be???!!!

I shudder at the mention of Dismemberment Plan and Emo in the sentence. At least they have Fugazi to keep them company.
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^no. both are too wide genres to be all good or all bad. like everything, there's good and bad emo and good and bad indie.
The woman speaks the truth. Preach it!

So...is this cereal out in stores now? I'm always on the lookout for a new cereal to try.
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btw, I'm in my thirties. Can I still be an emo kid?

You know, this is something I have been trying to figure out for the last year. How can I be in my 30's and be and "indie kid" or whatever the label is.

I am thinking "emo/Indie post-adolescent" or "emo/indie teen"?
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me too, me too!
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You know, this is something I have been trying to figure out for the last year. How can I be in my 30's and be and "indie kid" or whatever the label is.

I am thinking "emo/Indie post-adolescent" or "emo/indie teen"?
alright. let's be the emo/indie elderly. We could be given discount cards for all our music purchases.
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