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» Hypocrisy

Infact, my last post got me thinking
Indie twats on a hole. Calling me 'mainstream' because I wear a plain hoodie, jeans that actually fit me and quite often Karimoor walking shoe things, yet they listen to music that is almost always in the top 40, wear the same shirt/shoes/jacket as everyone else and all style their hair identically.
/rant
(Sun 22nd Feb 2009, 18:15, More)

» Hypocrisy

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why is it that I can know most important stats for the majority of phones and mp3 players on the market and can write some stuff in html and java, and am therefore an outcast of society, and yet when some chav can say how many penalties ronneyaldo scored last season and speak txt spk IRL, its considered cool?

And you indie hipsters are no better, knowing the names of every member of every 'in' band and the model of their instruments, and your considered fucking gods. What the hell is the difference.


wankers
(Sun 22nd Feb 2009, 18:11, More)

» Things we do to fit in

It seems so wrong
But I try and sound like a chavvy scouse twat.(hear me out..)

You see the problem is I'm from the south of the Wirral (google it if you've never heard of it), which is more or less Chesire. Therefore, my accent is relatively posh(although other factors like both my parents going to boarding school might not have helped). Unfortunately, I'm schooled in the north of the Wirral, which (as I've mentioned before) is the shit that even Liverpool doesn't want.

SO, when I was at school I'd get stick for my accent, since while they had 'like' at the end of every word, I spoke properly, and made funny sounds for the vowels. Thus, in my desperate attempts to fit in, I've forced my accent to become more scouse. It makes me feel dirty and wrong, but at least I'm still mildly respected.

Length? Doesn't matter, a scouse lass will still have it.
(Fri 16th Jan 2009, 20:56, More)

» I'm going to Hell...

Im going to burn in hell
Ive been on the internets.
Once you get past the pretty layer on the top with the social networking and the flash games, it starts getting pretty damn dirty. And then never stops.

Oh well, I'm on my way, no point stopping!
(Thu 11th Dec 2008, 20:46, More)

» Cringe!

Your mum
Also from my school days...
Being schooled in the classy town of Birkenhead (for those who havent heard of it, its more or less the town for companies and people who couldnt afford to build/live in liverpool. Yes, its that shite), I picked up some bad lingual habits.

Through the chavs(not scallies, went to a grammar school dont you know), one of the most over used habits picked up was "your ma". Need a comeback in an arguement? "Well, so's your ma!" And of course, being young teen boys, we just had to add "...IN BED!" Oh, how we would laugh!

Unfortunately for me, two close friends had both lost their mums(Can you see where this is going?).Many a time would I would harmlessly "your ma", then notice you were talking to A or S. And hate myself for it. Still cringing now thinking about it
*sorry for lack of funnys
(Fri 28th Nov 2008, 16:53, More)
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