1) It was joke.
2) This is a "What would you classify yourelf as?" thread not a "What do you wear?" forum.
okay my mistake(s). But nobody disses tight pants and gets away with it.
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I dont know.
I wear whatever the hell I want, usually being a T-Shirt, Black Jacket, And Jeans with my hair up.
Guitar playing, movie-going, manga freak.
I'm random, and I like J-Pop, Punk, Rock (The Oldies are the best) , and Irish music, -Coffles-
I'm a super-japan freak, and my friends make fun of me for my obsession with anime (the only anime anyone likes around here is Naruto; Eh... No. And my friends like zippo anime, anyway.)
My mom get's upset sometimes; "You look like a ****in' boy! Why can't you dress nice for a change!
Wear that blouse! Wear that pink sweater!"
Anyway, You may classify me as what you will.
Except for tomboys, loners, and outcasts.
They seem less stereotypical.
You wouldn't see one of these people going, "Oh, My God. I am SUCH a tomboy. Gawsh."
I really admire that, it's true it is completely moronic to trie and squeeze yourself in others into little stereotype labelled boxes, but sometimes labels can help. After all, would this site still exist were it not for the FMA-fans? It's good to share a common identity with others. Mostly, it's jsut trying to understand where we belong. Everyone wants to know themselves, and it's partly about being comfortable. These trials of identity are most important and common during the highschool and sometimes Post-secondary years, trust me I know first hand, I'm still in them!
And if I might point it out: you used labels to refer to the kind of music you listen to, isn't it nice to be able to say, yeah I like punk music. But then again most of the bands you listen to, probly despise just as much as you do about being labelled punk or rock or pop. They just want to play the music they like.
But I especially like
I really hate when people go around, labeling not only others, but themselves.
If you admit your filed into a neat little category, then you probably aren't.