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emo or not?
#11
I think a good way to describe it would be like... pessimistic, depressed, and/or self-destructive.

Not so much the emo demographic, but the word itself when used to describe someone.
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#12
This is terrible... everytime I see the word 'emo', my mind automatically slides in an 'l' so the word becomes 'elmo' and I see the big red fluffly thing from Sesame Street. Why

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#13
Hahahahaha, me too Flick. Me too.
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#14
Flick Wrote:This is terrible... everytime I see the word 'emo', my mind automatically slides in an 'l' so the word becomes 'elmo' and I see the big red fluffly thing from Sesame Street. Why

Awww, Flick you are too adorable ^^
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#15
hahaha....based on what my teacher said, it is a psychological reaction...in which the person's brain is malfunctioning or something...it's the cause of severe depression and pessimism...and maybe they don't know that God is there to help them....hehehe
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#16
i seriously don't get why a person would waste their time or life to thinking and obsessing about depressing and pessimistic stuff. i mean, u cant possibly just plan and say, "oh, starting from today, i'll wear black and be depressed and emo" thats so weird...
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