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Old 07-18-2012, 08:49 PM   #291 (permalink)
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Yeah, I guess it is hard for an adult to dress like a vampire and still be respected in today's culture. Well, sincere kudos for dressing like a vampire despite what people say. I guess I'm glad for you that you have a family of juggalos, really.

As for me, I dress pretty normally but have disdain for most things that I have to deal with in our world (including juggalos) so I'm still not sure what to do. Thanks, though.
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Old 07-18-2012, 08:56 PM   #292 (permalink)
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I dressed like a vampire when i was a kid, it wasn't until I hit 21 22 that i realized the music of ICP, it was just music,as i got older Life got harder bc i CHOSE to dress as a vampire.... I finally came to the realisation that Being a Juggalette you didn't have to be normal... Being a freak was ok with the Family, being different was a good thing.Thats why I CHOSE the life of a Juggalette.And I carry My Hatchet And Wear My Juggalette Face With Pride.
That's just like me! I used to dress like a werewolf and always got harassed by the cops for having my hairy balls out in public but then I discovered the music of Warren Zevon and everything was okay.
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Old 07-18-2012, 09:14 PM   #293 (permalink)
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Finally, I wish to address your defense of the Starcraft player contingent.

Despite their seeming all inclusiveness, I have noted upon multiple occasions that they are unkempt, unwashed, under-educated, and frequently display bouts of alarmingly self-destructive behaviour. While this is of course self evident, it does beg the question as to what degree of self-awareness the average Starcraft player actually possesses, seeing as the overwhelming response to such accusations is usually a flat denial of any of the above traits.

I wish to question you as to in what way the "Zerg" you speak of actually contributes to your life, or indeed anyone elses, except as a means by which to lower the tone of such.
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Old 07-18-2012, 09:15 PM   #294 (permalink)
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That's just like me! I used to dress like a werewolf and always got harassed by the cops for having my hairy balls out in public but then I discovered the music of Warren Zevon and everything was okay.
I'm sorry to break this to you but Warren Zevon is dead. You have no family.

Also, I'm having the very strange realization that juggalos may be the closest thing to real hippies that the western world has seen since the civil rights movement.

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Old 07-18-2012, 09:19 PM   #295 (permalink)
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Just listened to "Juggalo Island". What a classic!
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Also, I'm having the very strange realization that juggalos may be the closest thing to real hippies that the western world has seen since the civil rights movement.

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Old 07-18-2012, 10:48 PM   #296 (permalink)
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If I have to encounter another Juggaloser in my everyday life, I may explode. If you're in your thirties and talking about how much of a badass you are because you're a nonconformist, you're not being edgy; you're just sad. There's a time and place for that, and it's called junior high school. When you actually grow past that time in your life, you don't have to "conform" to society. Nobody's making you do that. Just be your own person. It's that simple. You don't need a group of other "nonconformists" (ironic, no?) to validate your existence. Just be down with who you are, and do your own thing. You're not 13 anymore. </rant>
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Old 07-18-2012, 11:03 PM   #297 (permalink)
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My mom helped me paint my room psychedelic colours, replete with glow in the dark paint. I live in my parents attic. I spend my free time criticizing juggalos because being in your twenties living with your parents gives one the sort of background required to judge others. Yep.
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I don't live with my parents, breh.
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Old 07-18-2012, 11:10 PM   #299 (permalink)
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My mom helped me paint my room psychedelic colours, replete with glow in the dark paint. I live in my parents attic. I spend my free time criticizing juggalos because being in your twenties living with your parents gives one the sort of background required to judge others. Yep.
Yeah, yeah. And I look like Oliver Platt.
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If I have to encounter another Juggaloser in my everyday life, I may explode. If you're in your thirties and talking about how much of a badass you are because you're a nonconformist, you're not being edgy; you're just sad. There's a time and place for that, and it's called junior high school. When you actually grow past that time in your life, you don't have to "conform" to society. Nobody's making you do that. Just be your own person. It's that simple. You don't need a group of other "nonconformists" (ironic, no?) to validate your existence. Just be down with who you are, and do your own thing. You're not 13 anymore. </rant>
I think she's still pretty young (younger than you at least) if you're referring to our new juggalo friend.
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Old 07-18-2012, 11:12 PM   #300 (permalink)
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Oh, no, that was a rant in general. I ran into juggalos in the park one afternoon recently who proceeded to bash everything that came to mind just for the sake of bashing it, and said the words, "nonconformist" or "nonconformity" at least fifteen times.

I'm really bad at extricating myself from conversations, because even if I have no desire to ever speak to the people again, I try desperately not to seem rude at the time. It made my head hurt a lot, though.
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