Urban Dictionary Find: Emo…

Category: Funny/Etc.

Finding Emo...I know I’m not the first person to be confused and amazed with the trend of dudes wearing their sister’s pants, along with the rest of their trademark fashion decisions. The good folks over at urbandictionary.com have created a place where the average Joe can help the masses understand ‘cool’ kids slang from the safety of the internet. Sometimes the definitions are pretty damn funny. Check out some of the entries for ‘Emo’ that fall into that category:

EMO:
Genre of softcore punk music that integrates unenthusiastic melodramatic 17 year olds who dont smile, high pitched overwrought lyrics and inaudible guitar rifts with tight wool sweaters, tighter jeans, itchy scarfs (even in the summer), ripped chucks with favorite bands signature, black square rimmed glasses, and ebony greasy unwashed hair that is required to cover at least 3/5 ths of the face at an angle.
::sniff sniff:: “The Demise of the Siberian Traintracks of Our Rusty Forgotten Unblemished Love” sounds like it would make a great emo band name. ::cry:

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Punk music on estrogen. Often acoustic guitar with soft, high male vocals that dwell exessively on the singer’s feelings, especially melancholy remembrances of past relationships/mistakes in life. A form of music that diverged from punk in the ’80s, the name “emo” is derived from the emotive style of the lyrics and music. This genre has lately been marketed heavily by the music industry to teenagers with bands such as Dashboard Confessional and Taking Back Sunday, and has seen much commercial and mainstream success. The music has also spawned a subculture which conforms to certain conventions in dress such as tight sweatshirts, tight band T-shirts and horn-rim glasses. Adherents profess to exessively melancholy temperments. Males that adhere to the emo subculture are sometimes confused with metrosexuals; indeed the line between the two is somwhat blurred, though both groups claim to be intouch with their emotional side. The ephemeral and hackneyed nature of emo songwriting suggests that its audience will be restricted largely to teenagers. the genre suffers from a lack of credibility outside the aforementioned demographic group, much like current Nu Metal bands.
girlfriend: C’mon, lets have sex.
boyfriend: I’m too sad to have sex.
girlfriend: I’m sad too; lets have sex and cry.
boyfriend: I’m already crying.
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Hehehe…’punk music on estrogen’. Nice.

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