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Discussion in 'Trend Spotting' started by stylegurrl, Oct 28, 2004.
mmmm. I love people who dress in original punk. However, there is nothing I heart more than channeling lady like chic while being with a punk hipster boy. the juxtaposition is so enticing
punk isn't a trend, it never will be, there will only be copies and waterd down versions that penitrate mass culture
True that, punk is more an attitude and a spirit.
this makes me so mad in so many ways. i digress.
Ha...just remembered that Ashley Simpson calls herself "punk"!
I know what you girls mean...
Did ashlee really call herself punk... and I hate it when folks like Avril later on say that they never call themselves punk or rebel-punk but they didn't mind riding on that bandwagon especially when it generated them more fans because they either saw them as the anecdote to Britney or that they partially wirte theri songs. And just because they write their songs or play a guitar every now and then does not make you officially a very good artist. You can still suck somehow, and I wish that everyone would see that, instead of "At least they're not dancing and bobbing on stage all the time like others do." Then, plus Avril is a hater at that, I can't stand haters when in all they're not that good either
I do think that this shift in style is in the air. It seems the world in general is in the same state that it was in when punk first came out. Even in my own personal style I sometimes feel like I am reverting to my old wardrobe from highschool, but more refined, and no X on my hand.....but the mohawk is still there....
uh...yea she had a shirt that said "punk" in her music video. it doesnt get more worse then that
that girl is the "Anti-punk" to say nothing of her being the Anti-Christ jk
I agree punk is an attitude, a lifestyle so trend is the wrong word, though revival might be more accurate........
punk died in the 70s