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Any got any good "Emo" Jokes?

Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 10:49am

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As the Topic subject denotes...... have you got any Emo Jokes?

Ta!
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 12:47pm

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I've got a joke: Myspace.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 12:56pm

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Hrm, I could make a 5 page topic out of this- Me argueing that my friends are emo.

Seriously, what the hell is wrong with emo kids? It's a fad.
Yes, you can poke fun at some people. But it seems some people have some type of grudge against them.
I think they're being stereotyped to death. neutral

[EDIT: Xcession I did laugh at your joke though. All emo kids do have Myspace. biggrin ]
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 12:57pm

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Its a fad
I think that pretty much sums it up - people dislike anyone who jumps on a bandwagon.

Also i do have a couple of golden oldies:
- You heard about the new type of emo grass? It cuts itself!
- [X] is so emo, they throw [him/her] out of the bar at Happy Hour.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 1:06pm

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How many emo kids does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

None, they'll just sit in the dark and cry.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 3:56pm

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Whats the best type of grass to have?

Emo grass, it cuts itself.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 5:41pm

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Anyone else feel like emo jokes got too old and too easy? It's sort of like how it was really funny to call Bush stupid his first two years in office, but it got too easy. I feel like today it's just as cool to hate emo as it is to be emo. By the way, I hate emo.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 5:48pm

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Waser wrote:

Anyone else feel like emo jokes got too old and too easy? It's sort of like how it was really funny to call Bush stupid his first two years in office, but it got too easy. I feel like today it's just as cool to hate emo as it is to be emo. By the way, I hate emo.
Yep, hating emo is the latest bandwagon.

Personally, I don't hate emo - Though I definitely dislike how the alternative genre has been raped by mainstream idiots over the last 5 years. It all went to crap as soon as metal became mainstream.

So essentially, I just dislike the mainstream. (because I'm alt!)

-Hybrid.

p.s. - Xcession, isn't that a link to your myspace band in your sig?

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Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 5:57pm

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I don’t hate emo people cause it is just a fade, I dislike them because they have no respect for life (or at least the majority of the ones i know). They usually complain about how bad there lives are, suck it up, everyone has hard times, but you have no clue what a bad life is like until u have lived in some third-world country. And even people in third-world countries don’t complain about it as mush as emo kids do.

But to stay on subject, the only joke I can think of is
The emo kid song
(i find this funny, but i could be alone in that finding)

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Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:02pm

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I think you're over-generalising just ever so slightly there. wink

Everyone regardless of their situation often comments or gets depressed. This doesn't say anything about your respect for life it's just situational commentary.

I don't know about you, but knowing people are worse off does very little to change my mood.

-Hybrid.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:07pm

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Yup, that is undeniably a link to my band, who have a myspace page. Just because I loath myspace, doesn't mean I don't appreciate its marketting value!

And yeah, at the moment its definitely 'in' to not like emo. In fact its been 'in' for several years now. More recently its become 'in' to not like Myspace - i can actually tell you the day on which i was shocked to hear one of my most heavily myspacing using friends denounce it. That was when i knew the new era of trendy Myspace haters was upon us.

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Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:10pm

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Xcession wrote:

Yup, that is undeniably a link to my band, who have a myspace page. Just because I loath myspace, doesn't mean I don't appreciate its marketting value!
Fair enough, I dislike myspace when it's used in the myspace whore (-_-^^^^:';''MySpAcE WhOrE&%&*^*^) sense. Though I've re-found old friends as well as made some good new ones through it so I can't really condemn it.

Now Faceparty... don't get me started on faceparty!

-Hybrid.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:13pm

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Faceparty sounds so dirty it made me laugh
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:17pm

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Theres a party...on my.....face?...and everyone is, presumably, invited. I dunno.
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and hybrid I’m not saying because people are suffering more than u that u should feel better, I was saying that the people I know (from Paraguay and other surrounding regions), who have it worse off than any American, never complained about it as much as some kids (I have heard it mostly from people of the emo group, but yes u are right I was over-generalizing). Most people in those countries are grateful for just living, then in my area, some emo kid, who drives a bmw to school, is complaining about how his parents wouldn’t give him $50 to go buy girl pants at the mall. I’m just saying the emo groups I know don’t quite understand life, I think they need some loving parents to give them some discipline and at the same time show them that someone cares.

Sorry for the completely off subject post
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:46pm

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Zephlon wrote:

I’m just saying the emo groups I know don’t quite understand life, I think they need some loving parents to give them some discipline and at the same time show them that someone cares.
Again, I think you're slightly off.

I doubt it has much to do with the parents, and everything to do with being an angsty teen or in the case you mentioned - being a spoilt brat, which is not dependent of either being emo nor having no respect for life.

I agree that some people would benefit from opening their eyes a little more, though growing up is a stage largely dependent on self-reflection and therefore isn't really swayed by the plights of others and because of that - I try not to judge people because of it.

-Hybrid.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:48pm

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I really did like that emo kid song. But really emo kids only treat it as a fad. They don't act gay. They aren't depressed. They think it's "cool". By the way emo music rocks. I like the music but would never dress emo. cool
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:53pm

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I think the main problem is that true emo (which i don't doubt exists) has moved on. Logically speaking at least, anyone who has real issue with life, will today probably steer clear of looking like a modern-day emo because it makes a mockery of their problems.

Left in Emo's wake, is "Scene" or in other words "looking emo but with frankly no reason".

Since real Emo is no longer identified by its fashion appearance - anyone present day who looks vaguely emo, will have had to make a conscious decision to look that way (probably without realising emo has moved on). Anyone consciously, deliberately dressing or behaving in a way associated with emotional problems and needing attention, is definitely in need of a smack in the face.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:56pm

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[quote="Hybrid-Halo"]

Xcession wrote:


Now Faceparty... don't get me started on faceparty!
-Hybrid.
do you mean facebook?
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 7:12pm

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Xcession wrote:

I think the main problem is that true emo (which i don't doubt exists) has moved on. Logically speaking at least, anyone who has real issue with life, will today probably steer clear of looking like a modern-day emo because it makes a mockery of their problems.

Left in Emo's wake, is "Scene" or in other words "looking emo but with frankly no reason".

Since real Emo is no longer identified by its fashion appearance - anyone present day who looks vaguely emo, will have had to make a conscious decision to look that way (probably without realising emo has moved on). Anyone consciously, deliberately dressing or behaving in a way associated with emotional problems and needing attention, is definitely in need of a smack in the face.
'Ding' you hit the mark.

Anne wrote:

do you mean facebook?
No.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 8:56pm

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Why do you want jokes about Emo's? Is there a reason to make fun of people who are, presumably different from yourself?
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 9:02pm

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Venger wrote:

Why do you want jokes about Emo's? Is there a reason to make fun of people who are, presumably different from yourself?
By that argument you'd never make fun of anyone except perhaps your clone or doppelganger.

To prevent this thread from travelling further along a downward spiral I imagine it will be locked or deleted. At the end of the day Fxhome is a community for people from all walks of life and of any visual persuasion. Insulting any such group can't really lead to any good.

-Hybrid.
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 10:25pm

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It's amazing how a simple topic can be dug so deep into, it resolves itself. smile
Posted: Tue, 15th Aug 2006, 10:29am

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Indeed...

And I still don't know what emo is...
Posted: Tue, 15th Aug 2006, 1:10pm

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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Venger wrote:

Why do you want jokes about Emo's? Is there a reason to make fun of people who are, presumably different from yourself?
By that argument you'd never make fun of anyone except perhaps your clone or doppelganger.

To prevent this thread from travelling further along a downward spiral I imagine it will be locked or deleted. At the end of the day Fxhome is a community for people from all walks of life and of any visual persuasion. Insulting any such group can't really lead to any good.

-Hybrid.
It depends to what degree the joke goes to. I know people from all walks of life, all different styles and tastes. If I was to categorise myself...I'd have to create a whole new category as I don't wear black all the time. I'm not 'emo' and I'm not 'goth' either. Although I only listen to that genre of music I don't 'look' the stereotypical part.

I have a friend who would be considered 'Emo' and he's a great guy. I just know what it's like to be ridiculed and made fun of and I know from talking to kids in the church youth that I'm one of the leaders in charge there, what jokes can do to people.

Hey I'm not a stick in the mud or anything like that and making jokes is fine. It just depends how far you take it is all.
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Oh, Emo jokes...My Bad.
Posted: Tue, 15th Aug 2006, 10:15pm

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I wish my lawn was emo, then it would cut itself.
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In case you weren't keeping track at home, that's emo cutting grass joke #3.

wink
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Posted: Wed, 16th Aug 2006, 12:45am

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Venger wrote:


It depends to what degree the joke goes to.
Of course. I'm probably just bitter because since when I was 15 I've worn black and now I'm being associated with the same mainstream that singled me out as being different less than 8 years ago. wink

Hehe@emoelmo. Poor guy.

-Hybrid.
Posted: Wed, 16th Aug 2006, 12:46am

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That's rubbish. Hybrid wears clothes from the future.

He isn't emo. He is living in 2035.

You should see his hooverboard!
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I wear black 90% of the time. I even wear a black coat, somethings cloth, sometimes leather.

You making fun of me, eh? smile


Allthough I'm not emo... I have no emotions... I've killed them off in my training camp in asia.
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er-no wrote:

That's rubbish. Hybrid wears clothes from the future.

He isn't emo. He is living in 2035.
This is also true.

You should see his hooverboard!
Oh how little do these pastlings know that Xtreme house cleaning is THE sport of the future.

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Posted: Wed, 16th Aug 2006, 12:55am

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Sollthar wrote:

I wear black 90% of the time. I even wear a black coat, somethings cloth, sometimes leather.

You making fun of me, eh? smile


Allthough I'm not emo... I have no emotions... I've killed them off in my training camp in asia.
That's not the only thing they killed off...

Sollthar has no heart. He tried to kill me with fire.