Nah, thats just what they want you to think, these people need to learn that people will laugh and take the piss out of them and be nasty to them sometimes, but they have to learn to grow some skin, laugh it off and tell these people to go and screw themselves, like the rest of us.
Most people who identify themselves as 'emo' don't know the meaning of the word 'depression', it does not involve scratching yourself and telling everyone how miserable you are.
Real depression is when you don't have the motivation or confidence to leave your bed, let alone pluck up the courage to tell anyone how awful you feel. And its caused by things far far worse than any middle class emo kid will experience in a lifetime.
They DON'T call themselves emo, that's my point, but so many people use the word emo in comepletely the wrong way that it just loses it's meaning.
If you have long hair, you're emo.
If you listen to rock/metal, you're emo.
If you wear dark clothes, you're emo.
If you happen to be upset, you're emo.
I agree with what you say about real depression, but again, people just don't understand the problem.
One of my dearest friends, nicest person you could ever meet, her mum was killed and her dad has an anger/drinking probelm, everyone gave her shit through her entire school life, and she was so close to killing herself because she thought it was all her fault. When people laugh at you, because you don't have a mother, and make jokes about you, because you're Dad is a violent drunk. That sort of stuff rips you up from the inside.
It's bad enough to watch someone going through it, but actually having to live through it? That's torture.
Sure, what most people say to me, I can laugh it off and tell them to **** off. But that's because I know that I just look different, and have different tastes and intrests.
If you have a background that's been charred and ripped up by anger and sadness, it's hard to get over.
If people under REAL depression get called emos, it makes them feel even worse.
People are built of different morals and beliefs, some can shake it off, some can't.
I know I am not handsome and I dont have problem to hear that. Must be my personality and ofcourse the camera its like a magnet .
You start talk to them and then .... things happening :-). Maybe groovy is the right word :-)
If I could take all the time a camera with me you would have heart attack :-)
I sat pretty close to where you're sitting when I went to watch Gillingham play Shrewsbury in the play-off finals. Amazing stadium and made the experience all the more better with Gillingham winning and getting promoted there!
Awesome, I would like to see a proper football game in that stadium. It really is a brilliant stadium. Biggest one i have ever been in and i wont forget that experience in a while. It toke my breath away when i walked in. Very good
Absolutely know what you mean about it taking your breath away when you walk in. I didn't actually realise that where I was walking through went straight into the stadium, so it took me by surprise when I saw the vastness of the place. The stadium is so high and goes up at such a steep gradient! It's an incredible place to go.
Yeah it really is surprising. I didn't expect it when i walked in, as you said its so high. I do believe it now when they said that you can't really get a bad seat in the stadium. I think no matter where you sit you will always get a clear view of the game on the pitch. I would recommend it to everyone to see anything in that stadium.