Wow.. kids have some serious fucking issues these days. Did you know apparently it's a style for dudes to dress in tight women's pants and to dress in all black and pant their nails black? It's also a style to have your long hair flipped to one side of your face so it covers one of your eyes and you have to look sad/depressed 24/7 and write about death and sadness in your diary. What in the hell? Apparently the teens now a days are calling this "emo". I thought emo just meant someone was very emotional and cried a lot or had fragile feelings.. well I guess the term is partially right. Apparently it also means you're a douche bag who craves for attention. I don't understand what these teens have so bad about today. I'm not kidding.. today at work some girl was bitching because her mom wouldn't let her die her hair and she hated her mom and all this other stuff.. good god. I didn't have a glory filled rich life nor a good one but I never felt the need to dress in all black hoping the world would feel sorry for me.. I just pressed on and tried to make things better. What is it with kids now a days? and it's not parents.. if you've ever met most of these parents, they're just regular people who aren't bad parents. I've taken some time and research into this trying to figure out why "Emo" is a thing.. or why they wear the title so proudly. So I ask.. what in the hell is wrong with kids today? From the wigger/thugs/punks who divert English language such as "yo man wat time it be yo" or "yo shawty she wuh dimin dawg!" God I hate when people can't talk normal.. The thing I hate the most is the dudes who are dressing in half woman's clothing, wearing make up, and now have made a style out of it instead of just calling themselves "emo". Someone help me out here.. personally.. if I had a kid and he was wearing girl pants, makeup and finger nail polish and starting calling himself emo and depressed.. I'd give him something to be depressed about. I'd have his balls removed and tell him "Now you're a woman.. that's what you wanted right?" Can anyone shed some light on this.. i'm still trying to comprehend why kids think the world is just so tough when one little thing happens to them.