I’m a weary potato.
Stuff hasn’t exactly been “off the chain” or the “hook” for me lately.
Plus, I’m having a wicked bad case of writers block.
So, I’m going to rely on my trusty bank of emergency post ideas to get my creative brain a-goin’.
Topic of the day:
A wise man once asked:
How will I know who you are and what group you belong in unless you dress the part?
Frat boys do it.
So do their sorority sisters.
Goth kids, hippie kids, and every day “normal” kids do it, too.
They all dress their part.
But, not all of these groups have Web sites and multiple blogs that help them learn how to dress to fit in to their social group.
Only one group does that –
Seriously. If you want to learn how to be a scene kid, take a look at this WikiHow page.
The guide teaches you how to talk, and text like a scene kid, and how to defy labels.
“The first rule of being scene is not to talk about being scene. The major sign of a poser is calling yourself a scene kid. If someone calls you scene say: ‘Nah, labels are for soup cans not people.'”
Gawd, tis lizt haz, liek, all u ned.
There are also plenty of scene kids out there that will help give a person pointers on how to become scene.
Thank goodness there are folks willing to do this difficult job.
Bleached out hair and leggings for life! W00t!
*blech*gag* ::)& ~ (virtual scene vomit)