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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 11:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Well, this is something I forgot to tell happened on Friday. I was wearing my Queen T-shirt to school. On my way to class, I saw kid wearing a Queen shirt, too! I was all smiles, and I poked him in the back, and pointed at my shirt, as if to say, "Hey, I like Queen, too!" :D
So then, the kid looks back at me all weird then turns forward again. But why? :S
So later on when we're in class, his back is to me all class long cause he's talking to his friend. So when he FINALLY looks my way ( keep in mind we're at opposite ends of the classroom ) I point at my T-shirt and motion to him and make a thumbsup signal. Then he kind of makes a squinty frown and shakes his head, as if he was saying, "No, I don't like Queen, dammit".

To sum it all up... what the hell's his problem?! :0


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 11:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's a CODE RED!
POSER ALERT! POSER ALERT!
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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 12:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

It's a CODE RED!
POSER ALERT! POSER ALERT!
=)



OH NO! Take cover! *hides behind refrigerator*

Chinese...there are people like that in my high school. They wear a shirt of a band that they don't even know. Like once, a kid wore a Led Zep shirt...and being a huge fan, I went up to ask him the same thing. He said HELL NO...I JUST LIKE THE SHIRT. and I was like WTF!?!?!?!

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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 12:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color="FF0099">LetMeEntertainYou wrote:

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

It's a CODE RED!
POSER ALERT! POSER ALERT!
=)

Like once, a kid wore a Led Zep shirt...and being a huge fan, I went up to ask him the same thing. He said HELL NO...I JUST LIKE THE SHIRT. and I was like WTF!?!?!?!

What a bastard! :-0 And Wal*Mart doesn't help any, because it sells Beatles, Pink Floyd, AC/DC and Rolling Stones tees, so EVERYONE in school wears them! And less than half of the people actually like them! :0


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 12:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=336600>ChinesedogTorture wrote:

<font color="FF0099">LetMeEntertainYou wrote:

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

It's a CODE RED!
POSER ALERT! POSER ALERT!
=)

Like once, a kid wore a Led Zep shirt...and being a huge fan, I went up to ask him the same thing. He said HELL NO...I JUST LIKE THE SHIRT. and I was like WTF!?!?!?!

What a bastard! :-0 And Wal*Mart doesn't help any, because it sells Beatles, Pink Floyd, AC/DC and Rolling Stones tees, so EVERYONE in school wears them! And less than half of the people actually like them! :0




I say that it is absolutely rediculous! I mean like...do your research before coming to class in a beatles shirt! WTF is their problem? Is this really the world we created?

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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 12:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=336600>ChinesedogTorture wrote:

<font color="FF0099">LetMeEntertainYou wrote:

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

It's a CODE RED!
POSER ALERT! POSER ALERT!
=)

Like once, a kid wore a Led Zep shirt...and being a huge fan, I went up to ask him the same thing. He said HELL NO...I JUST LIKE THE SHIRT. and I was like WTF!?!?!?!

What a bastard! :-0 And Wal*Mart doesn't help any, because it sells Beatles, Pink Floyd, AC/DC and Rolling Stones tees, so EVERYONE in school wears them! And less than half of the people actually like them! :0

Yeah... have you seen the preps and rappers who think it's cool to wear an AC/DC Shirt?
Rolling Stones it's even worse... Some people don't even know they're a band...
Luckily the band shirt thing is a fad and will probably go away soon...


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 15:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Reminds me of some picture I found recently of Paris Hilton wearing a Ramones shirt.

If you ask the dumb cunt what's 'Blitzkreig Bop' is, she'll probably say:

ISN'T THAT LIKE A TEEN MAGAZINE?


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 16:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

Reminds me of some picture I found recently of Paris Hilton wearing a Ramones shirt.

If you ask the dumb cunt what's 'Blitzkreig Bop' is, she'll probably say:

ISN'T THAT LIKE A TEEN MAGAZINE?


haha!
took the words out of my mouth.

Same thing happened with my friend who talked with a girl who had a Jim Morrison Pin on her backpack.
My friend tried striking up a conversation with her about the Doors. The girl just looked at her like a deer in headlights.

Friend: You know the doors? Jim Morrison?? The guy on your pin?!?!

Girl: Who? Oh, this guy? *points to pin* I got this because he was hott...

Thats where the world is going too...


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 17:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color="red">The Audacity of Kelley wrote:

One of my teachers caught onto this "trend" last year.

A girl was wearing a Lynyrd Skynyrd shirt, and he asked her to name three songs by them. She couldn't.

It was scary because I'm a not a huge Skynyrd fan, I don't own an album, and I can name three songs...

I HATE when people wear faux-concert shirts from concerts that happened before they were born. I mean, if it's your parent's shirt, I can see that - but why buy a fake one ?

I don't understand this "retro-is-hip" crap. I actually liked the Beatles since before elementary school, and I got teased. Now, kids wear a Beatles shirt like it's Abercrombie's Bitch - a meaningless label.


I agree.
If you're truly a fan of the band or whatever, go for it.
But if you buy it simply for style, i dont know its like false advertising for me...
I dont like that...


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 18:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It seems like this is taking the toll on kids who really do like these bands.
I was at this store wearing a Queen shirt and this lady walks up and says, do you even like Queen?
I say "Yeah, they're awesome."
She just looked at me like, "Yeah, whatever." I was so pissed off!


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 19:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color="red">The Audacity of Kelley wrote:

One of my teachers caught onto this "trend" last year.

A girl was wearing a Lynyrd Skynyrd shirt, and he asked her to name three songs by them. She couldn't.


That should be a requirement... to name three songs by the band or musician whose shirt you're wearing.


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 19:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=336600>ChinesedogTorture wrote:

<font color="red">The Audacity of Kelley wrote:

One of my teachers caught onto this "trend" last year.

A girl was wearing a Lynyrd Skynyrd shirt, and he asked her to name three songs by them. She couldn't.


That should be a requirement... to name three songs by the band or musician whose shirt you're wearing.

Haha! I did that to one kid who rode my bus (for Led Zeppelin) and he started making up titles... Once he named something by Rage Against The Machine and I say, "That's not Zeppelin!"
Lol he was busted!


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 20:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

It seems like this is taking the toll on kids who really do like these bands.
I was at this store wearing a Queen shirt and this lady walks up and says, do you even like Queen?
I say "Yeah, they're awesome."
She just looked at me like, "Yeah, whatever." I was so pissed off!


Yea, it does bother me being a true fan of these bands...
Because then people think that there are sooo many kids actually into this music, when the truth is, they dont know these bands from Adam....
*Sigh*
This is why trends really piss me off...

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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 20:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

<font color=336600>ChinesedogTorture wrote:

<font color="red">The Audacity of Kelley wrote:

One of my teachers caught onto this "trend" last year.

A girl was wearing a Lynyrd Skynyrd shirt, and he asked her to name three songs by them. She couldn't.


That should be a requirement... to name three songs by the band or musician whose shirt you're wearing.

Haha! I did that to one kid who rode my bus (for Led Zeppelin) and he started making up titles... Once he named something by Rage Against The Machine and I say, "That's not Zeppelin!"
Lol he was busted!

Hahaha, no poser is safe while you're around! You go girl! xD


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 23:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I say we kick their ass


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 23:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=&#FF0063><b>Cookies! wrote:

It seems like this is taking the toll on kids who really do like these bands.
I was at this store wearing a Queen shirt and this lady walks up and says, do you even like Queen?
I say "Yeah, they're awesome."
She just looked at me like, "Yeah, whatever." I was so pissed off!


thats nuts.

here, we have (well, atleast i have had) the opportunity to meet adults here who are actually excited that i wear the band t-shirts and know the band history.

my old english teacher would grab the cd's or ask to look at them when i brought them into school. amazing how this music lasts so long.

but it is a shame that the "trends" ruin it all! my god- i had a doors shirt on, and the bus driver asked me about being a fan, or posing. so i answered a fan. that was back in like eighth grade. then, same year, i had a teacher suggest to me what songs to dowload by the doors, since i mentioned i liked the lengthier songs.

so, all in the end, the posers get away with the wearing of the band shirts and us true fans get shit on, like usual. such a shame of what this world has come to. tsk tsk tsk....


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 23:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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I say we kick their ass


i agree. but that will not solve a damn thing with these poser brats! they'll run home to mommy or daddy, and cry. and then band shirts will be illegal from the school.


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Posted: 27 Aug 06, 23:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Artist Formerly Known As Paul JR wrote:

I say we kick their ass



i agree. but that will not solve a damn thing with these poser brats! they'll run home to mommy or daddy, and cry. and then band shirts will be illegal from the school.


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Posted: 28 Aug 06, 00:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Metrosexuals are also poser who capitalize on the popularity of gay culture.

I'd say let's make them have a giant cock shoved up their ass to prove that they're not posers.


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Posted: 28 Aug 06, 00:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

Metrosexuals are also poser who capitalize on the popularity of gay culture.

I'd say let's make them have a giant cock shoved up their ass to prove that they're not posers.


DEFINATLY agreed there!!!


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