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i would be stereotyped as what some would call a "wannabe" but if you KNEW me, you'd know i was emo bc my emotions get in the way of everything. The 'emo' description is exactly how people stereotype emos, and they stereotype them that way because those characteristics are largely shared by that particular group. I'm not bothered by the 'cheerleader' description because it's obviousely stereotypical.i kind of guess i'm between a loner and an emo.

so make sure you know what you're talking about before you talk about it. i have the emo style and i have a small group of friends.

Let's not be narrow-minded, emo n ive never cut myself, i occansionally wear skinny jeans, i do have the stereotypical emo fringe but i wear it back an awful lot!

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I graduated highschool with an associates degree from local community college.

I was also a senior nationalist swimmer, and a scholastic all american. At school I just treated everyone as a friend and tried to be nice.

Everyone stares at me like I don't belong there, also even the group I hang with ignores me and don't talk to me or hang out with me outside of school.

Luckily people keep out of my way and I keep out of their way. While I have "friends" that I might talk to at school (friends in " because most of them are backstabbing pieces of crap who talk to me once a week or something).

Emo stands for emotive hardcore, not emotional, but I feel like it has become these days. And, as far as genres go, isn't that how a lot of stereotypes or styles are born?

Panic at the Disco, Fall Out Boy, even *cries* My Chemical Romance, who are supposed to be a part of the "Emo Trinity," have gone away from their roots and turned into punk pop and alternative rock... I mean, emo (as a "style") is just a product of punk and new-wave, which both are taken directly from genres of music. You could say that *my* emotions get in the way of everything, but I don't sit around pretending that nobody understands or feels as deeply as I do.I was easily the most athletic kid in my whole state, not to mention my school. On my way to a swim meet one night my senior year, I got in a car crash with my friend driving. I had to be hospitalized, the doctor said I had a 50 50 chance. Once I got back to school, I was treated like even more of a celebrity than before. Some kid came up to me and said he wished he could be me.Jocks are sports fans with few or no other interests who are popular for the sole reason of being good at sports.i also don't participate in many clubs or anything outside of school. I have a group of friends, but over the past while I've sensed and experienced a rift between us. When I'm in the same class with them I mostly sit on the other side of the room...But the thing is I'm not sad about it, and I'm definitely not attempting to "renew" or fix anything.I mean I'm stereotyped as that because i dress up to it but people thing "emo" is cutting and being depressed. When all is said and done, you can't possibly know exactly how strongly other people feel, and they may find it insulting that you feel you're on a higher plane than them emotionally. Personally, I think it seems like you *want" to fit into a stereotype, which means you're just as apparently shallow as the people you condemn.

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