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can i transfer my brain to you and have you write an academic analysis of the dynamics between metalcore-scene/screamo-deathcore in suburban florida high schools at the height of their simultaneous popularity
Let the brainswap commence, the reason I posted it up actually, I wrote something similar ages ago but I am trying to write down bits and pieces I remember from highschool just so when I am 40 or something I don’t totally forget what it was like.
pudonkers said:This would be a good sywh post circa 2011
I was invited to write something similar for the site years ago but never got round to it cause idk I am lazy
If you couldn’t guess, was in the last category.
There were definitely different camps inside of scene as a whole, like as a fashion it encompassed many different people on the highschool social hierarchy.
Like where I lived the most popular girl in the school would be the scene queen, for her and the her inner circle of both popular boys and girls it was 100% a kind of party fashion thing, it was what was cool at the time and they were the most powerful but also the least committed (and thats good thing tbh). Parties in parents weekend houses, drugs and alcohol, preps with shotgun blast hair.
Then there were like the people who were super into the idea of it and this is I think where a lot of the confusion between scene and emo comes from because these people could of been both or used to be emo but moved to scene. Anyway these were the people most likely to be in a highschool band and to self harm, and to do the whole brooding artist thing and basically create the sterotype of teen angst and destruction associate with the look.
Finally you would have the dregs, the losers of the school, a girl definitely wore a cat ear headband at some point, anime music videos set to Mindless Self Indulgence tracks were made, deviant art account addresses were swapped pairs of striped arm-warmers shared between couples. Who stole my collected issues of Squee! Give them back Kitsune-Chan!!
So yeah from my memory at least scene (in the broadest sense) was not really a clique and more like a palette swap over the top of normal highschool dynamics.
In my experience women only look for 3 things in a man
when a series has been running as long as JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” and “One Piece”, where do you even begin to try and tackle that as a new reader?
I mean you are lucky with manga cause they have an actual start. I tried to get into superhero comics at one point and they all have like 15 different versions, over 75 years and the current version is always a complete retcon of the previous thing so you need to read what happened in 93 to understand what is happening now cause what happened last week is no longer canon due to the time powers of a character in a completely different comic that just happens to share the same universe.
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