Scene kids are awesome. We don't admit to being scene but we totally are. We're hated by many for being who we are but we don't care. We always have a Myspace and have alliterative or rhyming names such as Shannon Passion, Victoria Vanity, or Brooke Burnout. Sometimes our names don't rhyme at all, such as Emily Suicide or Jenna Razor Blade. Our hair is very important to us. Mine is bra-strap length, dark and curly, with blue and pink streaks and long, thick blunt bangs that touch my eyelashes. Since my hair is curly I can't tease it, but if you work with curly hair right it can look amazingly scene. Of course if your hair is straight you can tease it the traditional scene-way and all that good stuff. Scene kids love to dye their hair and wear huge childish hair bows. Makeup is another thing that's important. My makeup is thick, black eyes and nude lips. The eyes are the main point so we don't play up our lips because we don't want anyone to be distracted from our gorgeous eyes. Some scene kids also wear rainbow eye makeup, but it's rather hard to pull off. Most scene kids are pale, but that's not to say that scene kids can't be of the darker skin tone too. My skin is like brown sugar, and I don't have the stereotypical straight hair, blue eyes and ghost-white skin. So anyone can be scene, if they want to. Scene kids also like to wear tight band tees and tees with random cute stuff on it like Hello Kitty. Dark-washed skinny jeans are an absolute must. Jeans simply cannot be light unless they're pure white. Neon skinny jeans and animal print ones are a plus too. Scene kids also wear dark washed minis with animal print or neon leggings underneath. If skinny jeans are destroyed, they also wear tights underneath. Hoodies can be any color, but the main ones are funky neon colors, pure black and pure white. Dark blues and plums are generally not seen on a scene kid. Accessories are wristbands, fake pearls, pyramid stud belts, Hello Kitty/Invader Zim/robot/random cute necklaces, simple hoop earrings or crazy outlandish ones, and tons of jelly bracelets. Scene kids also like piercings, although to be scene it's not mandatory. The most common ones are septum piercings and snakebites. Scene kids love cutesy things like Gloomy Bear, Hello Kitty, Invader Zim, Miffy, Happy Tree Friends, etc. Scene kids are very confident, threading the line of conceited. But who can blame us? We're gorgeous. Scene kids can also wear glasses, but they have to be thick, plastic frames in either black or white. Anything else just isn't scene enough. We always go to shows and post pictures from them on our Myspace. We like screamo bands, but we basically enjoy any music other than rap or country. Scene kids are either hxc or sxe. Hardcore = hxc and it means that you drink, do drugs, and engage in casual sex. Straight edge = sxe, and it means that you don't. (For the record, I am sxe.) Scene kids idolize our fellow scene queens such as Kiki Kannibal, Zui Suicide, Hannabeth and Audrey Kitching. We also love Jeffree Star and think Alex Evans is amazingly cute. We use lots of scene lingo such as "rawrr", "you are the sex", "that's golden", "that's radd", "that's stellar", "your clothes are so Vogue", etc. For shoes we wear Converse in assorted colors or cute ballet flats. We also like coontails, which you can either dye straight into your hair or get extensions. Oversized sunglasses in black or white are a must because they have an air of mystery and fame to them, which scene kids like. We always accept every single friend request we get on Myspace and strive to have the most friends. We're very goofy and fun, and contrary to popular belief, we don't cut, we're not depressed, and we're generally not openly rude to anyone. We are NOT emo, so do not call us that or else we'll get ultimately pissed. Most of us dream of becoming a model, photographer, or hair stylist. We're happy and fun-loving. Every scene kid is original. :
Scene Kid: "Do you want to go see Hawthorne Heights tonight? I hear their performance is gonna be totally stellar."
Other Scene Kid: "That's golden. Let's go."
Scene Kid: "Okay, but I have to fix my hair and makeup first. Oh-em-gee, where did I put my Hello Kitty necklace?"
Other Scene Kid: "Your clothes are Vogue enough. You don't need that Hello Kitty Necklace. Now, that show is gonna be thasexx and I don't wanna miss it!"
Average Kid: "Ugh, what is it with scene kids?"
Both Scene Kids: *eyeroll* "You wouldn't understand." *dissolves into a sea of obnoxious giggles*
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