No matter where you are, people will criticize you. There will always be someone who doesn't like you; it's impossible to please everyone. You need to learn to embrace your flaws. It's important to know who you are and know what you want. Remember, most people hate because they're jealous or hating makes them feel powerful. Stand out to be confident. Don't ever become scene just to please your peers. Also if you are going to be a scene kid in a place where they are extremely rare, be prepared for the many angry glares and discrimination you will get from other people. However, be careful not to become overconfident. Nobody wants to interact with someone who puts them down or acts like a jerk, but don't let people walk all over you either. You need to know just the right balance.
People say scene kids are horrible, nasty little teenagers who spread mean rumors about others and are very harsh to other people they know. You don't need to fit this trend. Instead, make a good effort to be kind to others, and have an understanding that everyone has their own problems, not just you. Who knows? Maybe through your actions, scene kids will be considered really nice. The main reason why scene kids are criticized is because of people assuming they are mean and self-centered.
Become active on social networking sites.
MySpace and Facebook are the two basic sites you should have accounts on; a few other sites popular among scene kids include Twitter, Buzznet, http://grou.ps/TheSceneteenz, and Stickam. Accept any friend request you get (within reason). However, avoid SOME websites with the words "emo," "scene," "punk," or anything else like that in the URL, these websites are overrun with posers.
Take pictures for your page. Only upload images if they look good, and only take pictures if you know how. Feel free to edit your picture to take out imperfections, such as acne or blackheads.Most scene kids tend to dress up more for their photos. br> Add scene music. Scene kids' music tastes are typically very versatile. Anything from the softest acoustic tunes to fast, brutal blastbeats/breakdowns to some pop/electro-pop can be found in any scene kid's playlist. Bands/artists that tend to be very "scene-popular" include The Devil Wears Prada, nevershoutnever!, Norma Jean, Lady Gaga (yes, really), and A Day to Remember. Also, try finding underground music on websites such as Purevolume, last.fm, Pandora, and sometimes even the MySpace music charts. Listen to different songs, not always the same ones over and over again. If you can't think of a good song, check out what other scene kids are listening to. It is pretty important to know that there are some bands that used to be very popular among scene kids but have kind of faded out (or just become far too mainstream) since their premiere; these include bands such as 3OH!3, Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, Paramore, and Jeffree Star.
Having a cool online name is an option. One notoriously scene attribute is having an alliteration as a screenname (i.e. Kiki Kannibal, Blair Ravish, Ali Morphine, David Disaster, Danii Danger). When considering a scene name, try to avoid commonly-used words such as "massacre," "br00tal," "suicide," "murder," "terror," "vanity," "horror," "gore," "glamour," or "chaos." Also, don't use the word "scene" or "emo" in the name at all. Find a somewhat obscure word and go off of that, an example being Callie Cacophony (which means "a very loud noise"). It isn't required that the two words start with the same letter; many of the best scene names are words that aren't an alliteration, and are just a word. (Expamples Being: Ali Morphine, Kelsey Torture, Bree Asphyxiation, Melisa Vanity, and Jenn Curbstomp) DO NOT MIMICK ANYONE ELSES NAME BE UNIQUE! Some good scene names are also just words that have similar sounds throughout them (examples being Jennifer Genuine, Nathan Amazing, and Danielle Fidelity). Another popular tactic for creating a good scene name is simply using one's first and middle name like so: Hanna Beth, Becca Louise, Julie Elizabeth, Melissa Marie, etc. If your name can be used as a clever wordplay, such as Alison Wonderland, try that. Taking the name of a popular scene band or song and replacing one word with your name (i.e. nevershoutkatelyn!, Ronnie! At the Disco, and amberonfire) is widely accepted although highly unoriginal. If all else fails, just try to think of a word that rhymes and use that as your scene name (ex. Autumn Bottom, Crystal Pistol, Dylan Chillin', Heather Feather, etc.).Keep in mind, however, that these types of names have been declining in popularity since about mid-2009.
Use scene lingo and the scene typing/writing style.
Use scene lingo and the scene typing/writing style.
Scene isn't the quite the childlike style that it once was, so try to use proper–or at least decent–grammar, spelling, and punctuation. One exception to this rule would be putting a space between the sentence and punctuation mark (such as "you're awesome !")which seems to be a common scene typing trait. Of course, don't type LiK3 Dii$ unless it's in a joking manner. Always remember to use y's for i's and q's for g's or else your scene ways will vanish.Something that was once extremely popular among scene kids was adding extra letters to the end of random words such as "heyy" or "kidd". This has since become somewhat overused, so use it sparingly if you choose to do this. Many how-to-be-scene articles will tell you to make up your own words and acronyms, but this is, like multiple letters in words, also old and played-out. Some acronyms that would fall under popular scene online vernacular would be "lawl" (pronunciation of "lol"), FML (f--k my life), srsly (seriously), and IDGAF (I don't give a f--k). If you think a particular thing is funny, type "lol (or "lawl") @ name of particular humorous thing". The acronyms "HxC" (hardcore) and "SxE" (straight edge, meaning one who refrains from smoking, drinking, drugs, and casual sex) have been around for years and are still as popular as ever.
Saying that something is "seriously ravish", made popular by Blair Ravish, as you could be describing someone's outfit, it's a nice compliment, as Blair Ravish is a popular scenester. Some other things scene kids say are "betch", "you are the sex", "that's golden", "you're too cute STFU", or "OMG" (prounoced OH-EM-GEE). Don't use irritating abbreviations in person. Saying "lol"or "lawl" is acceptable, but "rofl" and "lmao" are best left to typing conversations. Use new terms. However, don't say what everyone else around you is saying. If you need some inspiration, try Urban Dictionary, or even coining up your own word. Originality puts you on the 'scene map' for being a potential scene queen or king. If you do choose to make up your own word, make sure that it's original, makes sense, and sounds good.
Go to shows.
Shows are important, and if there is a show playing within a ten mile radius of you, you're there. Always know when your favorite bands are playing, and go to a show at least once or twice a month. Bring your other scene friends, and become familiar with the artist(s) as a person(band). Talk to your friends about how you met them, and be very knowledgeable about them. Many scene kids like to memorize all of the songs from a certain band and buy all of their CD's as well. Also, go all out when dressing for concerts,now is the time to really stand out. be bright!
Get the attitude right.
It's a mix of the sullen teenage lethargy that comes with the emo-scene, and the anger and saucy-ness that comes with the hardcore-scene. Don't be mean to other scene kids and say that they aren't scene. That's not to say that many scene kids aren't happy-go-lucky, but they are often a strange combination of randomness and angst. Whatever you do, make sure it works and you don't completely overdo it. Scene kids are at times very random and happy, and almost never show any other emotion besides anger, happiness, unusual boredom, awkwardness, hillarity and love. Use as inspiration for the perfect attitude.
Try starting a new trend.
Bring something into the scene with You. Kiki Kannibal brought coontails and diamonds, Audrey Kitching stayed true to her pink hair, and Blair Ravish brought the fan-hawk. Several scene queens have become famous by inventing new trends. Only try to start a new trend if you are familiar with the scene culture, and have some credibility in your social clique. If you try to start a new fad when you aren't popular or have a good reputation, people may think you are being a poser and will ignore you.
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