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My 14 yr old says,"Mom I'm going Gothic.....
My 14 yr old says,"Mom I'm going Gothic..... Photo          So my little angel wants to go BLACK & GOTHIC !  I had my teenage phases of gothic & wearing men's shirts & ties,punked out & long earrings!!! My look was long bangs & lots of mascara! Now if I put my bangs down I'd look like cusin IT!!!!! What phases did you go thru when you were a teenager or now that you are a teenager?                                                                     My 14 yr old says,"Mom I'm going Gothic..... Photo 
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#1 | 1738 days ago
d29point9 (+)

I went through a "Nerdy" phase that I still haven't grown out of.......
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#1 | 1738 days ago
d29point9 (+)

I went through a "Nerdy" phase that I still haven't grown out of.......
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#2 | 1738 days ago

Well I can't say I ever went through a "Goth" phase, but I did go through a phase where all I wanted to do was listen to music that said bad words. (I still like those songs, so maybe it wasn't really a phase--lol)


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#3 | 1738 days ago

 I went through the "try not to get your a** kicked" b/c I was a fat kid. It was special.
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#4 | 1738 days ago

I actually went through a studying phase once... phew, I'm glad those days are over, lol.  As far as dress, I pretty much stayed with jeans (rolled up) and long sleeve button-down shirts rolled up at the sleeves.
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#5 | 1738 days ago

I was a teenager in the 70s we didnt hear anything about GOTHIC. My son called me a hippie but i wasnt really, what i was into at that time was GUYS!!!!!!!
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#6 | 1738 days ago

None.
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#7 | 1738 days ago
JRSFLAME88 (+)

I'm glad my daughter isn't into goth, she thinks it is "gross"!  My niece was the one that went Gothic on us!  It's just a stage.
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#8 | 1738 days ago

(Edited by Beaneaters)
I was somewhere between this...
... and this......
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#9 | 1738 days ago

I really wasn't into any phases...however, my mother and grandmother always told me I looked as though I am going to a funeral all the time. I constantly dressed in black. I don't mean, just black jeans with a colored top of vice versa...I mean, all black, shoes, socks, clothes....I ended up in the hospital for a short time and they decided it was time for me to have a new wardrobe. When I got home I was really pissed! They threw out all my black and replaced it with colors...bright colors at that...including PINK! Lady Wolf was not a happy camper. But, it was not a phase because I still prefer black or dark clothing. It is just me. And, yes...I still get told I look like I am in a constant state of mourning. But, I could care less.
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#10 | 1738 days ago

d29point9 wrote:
I went through a "Nerdy" phase that I still haven't grown out of.......
I don't think I will ever outgrow nerd! lol. I will always be a nerd, just something us "nerds" have to live with and no matter how our appearance changes, it is our brains that makes us such. <sigh> lol
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#11 | 1738 days ago

It is OK as long as you turn out like Pauley Perrette.
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#12 | 1738 days ago
AndiLee0388 (+)

(Edited by AndiLee0388)
I was a feaking terror..hitchhiking all over the New England seaboard following the Grateful Dead, tore up Levis, barefoot . Guitars, dope, music,concerts, sun and friends..man were those some awesome summers!!! Loved black then, love it now. No goth for this girl tho..LOL

Closest I came was learning Judas Priest on the guitar..LOL
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#13 | 1738 days ago
JAIMIEB (+)

I was the biggest tomboy ever... spitting, fighting, throwing rocks, climbing trees, climbing roof tops, played tackle football in the streets with the boys.. I didn't like to take baths or nothing I had dirty fingernails and all! I never wore tight fitting clothes and you never saw my legs.. I was a skinny, flat chest girl little girl with a big mouth and alot of hair!! lol...

Oh I still have alot of mouth and alot of hair, finally got some boobs and I love baths, I don't spit anymore and my fingernails are clean, everything else I will do in a heart beat! lol

#14 | 1738 days ago

I went goth/punk around 95-96, I still wear black 95% of the time.

#15 | 1738 days ago
sc0ttm0 (+)

Smart a$$ phase.


Never really outgrew it either....
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#16 | 1738 days ago

that's cool....i went through that too...now looking back on it i couldn't believe i did it...that was so not me...i mean i still wear my band t-shirts and my "hooker" shoes from Hot Topic but im not as bad as i used to be...
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#17 | 1738 days ago

I went country back in the early 80's.  Guess I never outgrew it.
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#18 | 1738 days ago

ya
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#19 | 1738 days ago

sc0ttm0 wrote:
Smart a$$ phase.


Never really outgrew it either....
Nothing wrong with being a smart a$$.
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#20 | 1738 days ago

kteacher wrote:
Nothing wrong with being a smart a$$.
my dad always says..." If I'm Going To Be An A$$ I'd Rather Be A Smart One" but this can be applied to anyone...LOL
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#21 | 1738 days ago

I was more into a heavy metal look, leather miniskirts, long messy hair(still like the music but the look is gone) but i was responsible and a good student ,so my parents didnt bother me at all...i think teenagers need respect and their own space to find their identity but parents always have to be there when they need them :)
#22 | 1738 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
I was more into a heavy metal look, leather miniskirts, long messy hair(still like the music but the look is gone) but i was responsible and a good student ,so my parents didnt bother me at all...i think teenagers need respect and their own space to find their identity but parents always have to be there when they need them :)
B-I-N-G-O!!!!!!!
#23 | 1738 days ago

Being a simple guy, I'm more or less like this

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#25 | 1738 days ago
Chappie (+)

Uh, don't know if I fell into a click.  Jocks i guess, but my HS girl friend was in the drama club and had a buddy on the band.  i get along with everyone.
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#26 | 1738 days ago

in high school i got handed the redneck card, and i have been trying to shake that one off. But ive got two cows and a horse so i dont think that is going anywhere anytime soon.
#27 | 1738 days ago
Hiawatha (+)

I went through a desperate loner phase from 1991 to present.
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#28 | 1738 days ago

Punk Rock...Short miniskirts, lots of chains and leather, boots! The good old days. My parents survived and so did I! All kids go thru phases.
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#29 | 1738 days ago

mrturk wrote:
It is OK as long as you turn out like Pauley Perrette.
you do realize that it's just a character she plays right?
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#30 | 1738 days ago

mrturk wrote:
It is OK as long as you turn out like Pauley Perrette.
She's hot!!  Besides, some of her ink on NCIS is fake.  Bummer!!
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#31 | 1738 days ago
Missie (+)

Goth was never for me, however in freshman gym class I accidently/on purpose hit a goth girl with a basketball and she went off!  In the locker room she was still throwing a fit and pushed the gym coach into the wall,  which caused her to get expelled, lol.  Goths can be SCARYYYYYYYYYYY  lol
#32 | 1738 days ago

Mid/late 80's - early 90's techno/ freestyle dance craze.  Z Cavaricci jeans, Bolo ties, Penny loafers, Paisley shirts.  The music of Stevie B, Johnny O, Egyptian Lover, Trinere, Debbie Deb, Company B, and so many others at the clubs.What most of my friends call"The Disco Biscuit Years"!  Such good times!  If I could go back in time to live those years again...Dance and drink half the night, make love the rest!  The days before HIV, Herpes, and all the new strains of Hepatitis made it dangerous to be young and carefree.
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#33 | 1738 days ago

Back In High School, The Girls Going Thru The "Gothic" Phase Were Always The Best At.... Yeah, Being Gothic...
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#34 | 1738 days ago
computer_guy999 (+)

My teenage days were in the 70's - so goth was not even a thought.  It was Disco, Saturday Night Live, and polyester...for me also it was a lot of sports and meeting girls...ahhhh!! the good ol' days

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#36 | 1738 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

I grew up in the 70's. Wore bell bottoms, stacked shoes, silk shirts, gold chain. My kids still love looking at my old pics and laughing there butts off. Oh well.

and i even had a white boy fro.
#37 | 1738 days ago

I love Pauley P. (aka: Abby Sciuto)   I dressed like her in and out of school but i dont anymore... i do have long black hair (yes natural)

although i love black, always have but i didnt think of myself as depressed or mourning... and i didnt cut myself up either.. 

 
#38 | 1738 days ago
tumble_weed (+)

I'm going through a phase now, and I'm 56.....I had brain surgery so I'm called a zipperhead by some. I have 3 tattoos (tasteful), I had my lip and eyebrow pierced and just 2 weeks ago, I had my nose pierced.
#39 | 1738 days ago

REMINDS ME OF AN OLD SAYING TEENS THAT GO GOTHIC WITHOUT PARENTS CONSENT SHALL PROVIDE THIER OWN FOOD SHELTER AND TRANSPORTATION
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#40 | 1738 days ago

I was a raggare, that means large American cars,  lots of beer and spirits and the most important lots of babes. 
#41 | 1738 days ago

The only  Phase I went through was being too Quiet and shy and Having people ask me if I was Gay because my name is Gay and I would say yes been Gay all my Life LOL might as well have fun with it
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#42 | 1738 days ago

im 14 and i have so not gone through a stage!!!!  but know im gonna be waiting for it for years.  thanks guys, thanks a ton 
#43 | 1738 days ago

Peace Man, I knew the airplane, and the grateful dead when they were grateful to be alive. I remember steppinwolf when they were the sparrows and I'm still the same person now as then.
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#44 | 1738 days ago

TVO wrote:
There are resorts for people like this...they are called mental institutions....she should book a room....
I think I'm going to get sick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! some one roll down a window.
#45 | 1738 days ago

mrturk wrote:
It is OK as long as you turn out like Pauley Perrette.
Who is Pauley Perrette?
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#46 | 1738 days ago

TVO wrote:
There are resorts for people like this...they are called mental institutions....she should book a room....
You know, there are REASONS that people do this. And they are not always Goth, they are not always trying to commit suicide and they are not always trying to get attention! You should really read up on the reasons people do this before you start judging people!
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#47 | 1737 days ago
rileyjames47 (+)

I can tell you straight up that I am no Goth Fan, and it's kind of creepy all the way around. It is easy to fall in with the wrong crowd in Goth Land. I went through a few stages, probably my biggest was being a Female Jock, and that stage I have never grown out of until my love for animals became the focal point of my Life. Never did drugs and don't drink alcohol. I drank one time and am still pulling pieces of my fathers boot out of my Ass.
#48 | 1737 days ago

I was a teen in the fifties.  Yea i wore my button up sweater backwards a few times.  We rolled our bobbie socks down.  Wore the poodle skirt with either a scarf tied around our neck or a fake collar.  God i wish all teen agers could experience the  50s.
#49 | 1737 days ago



It actually said something else other than Wussies, but I had to change the 'P' to a 'W' so that it doesn't violate CoC.
#50 | 1737 days ago

While my friends went through the hippie phase with the bell bottom jeans and make love not war thing I was wearing cowboy boots, jeans and cowboy hat, and they said I was the odd one.
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#53 | 1737 days ago

After reading all of these to her & showing her the pictures.....gag me please! She announces that she now wants to be a NUN !!!!! LOLOLOLOL We both love Paulie's look on NCSI !!!  THANKS GUYS!!!!!!!! Love ya all !!!!
#54 | 1737 days ago

TVO wrote:
There are resorts for people like this...they are called mental institutions....she should book a room....
NO ,MY DAUGHTER DOESN'T EVEN CUT HER OWN MEAT- SHE DOESN'T LIKE TO EVEN HANDLE SHARP THINGS.sHE HAS A THING ABOUT KNIVES. SHE DOESN'T LIKE TO TOUCH THEM!! SO I'M NOT WORRIED ABOUT THAT HAPPENING TO HER.eewwwww!!!!!!
#55 | 1737 days ago

LadyWolf_41 wrote:
You know, there are REASONS that people do this. And they are not always Goth, they are not always trying to commit suicide and they are not always trying to get attention! You should really read up on the reasons people do this before you start judging people!
LadyWolf is right.Cutters do this to releave themselves of stress,it makes them feel good,they do it to take their frustrations out,to them it is a way of dealing with life,some view it as a sexaul thing & there is help out there ! Same way with the ones that burn themselves.Both of these kinds of people really need help,the worse thing you can do is leave them alone.It's not a healthy life style for anyone to go thru.Especially -most likely killing themselves.So please if you or anyone knows a person like this-if you care get them help!!!
#56 | 1737 days ago
AndiLee0388 (+)

BikerBaby wrote:
LadyWolf is right.Cutters do this to releave themselves of stress,it makes them feel good,they do it to take their frustrations out,to them it is a way of dealing with life,some view it as a sexaul thing & there is help out there ! Same way with the ones that burn themselves.Both of these kinds of people really need help,the worse thing you can do is leave them alone.It's not a healthy life style for anyone to go thru.Especially -most likely killing themselves.So please if you or anyone knows a person like this-if you care get them help!!!
Actually, one of the main reason cutters cut, is for control. They cannot control the pain they feel from everyday life, but they can control that pain that they  inflict on themselves, and it becomes their "fight or flight mechanism".
Regardless, anyone that tells you the reason they cut is to be kool, or goth, is not grounded in reality, they are dealing with the only coping mechanism they know can get them through, and the disguise may come as Goth.

It is definitely not something to be made light of..
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#57 | 1737 days ago
mooser58 (+)

Metal...till my Dad kicked my ass out of it.
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#59 | 1737 days ago

(Edited by lovee_charm)
At 14, I had a complex about being tall and skinny and boys liking me, but I didn't just want any boy, he had to be cute, so I would wear a lot of makeup to make myself look older to get his attention , so he would like me more.
#60 | 1736 days ago

Thanks for sharing I think you got some good answers and some nasty ones! I was a shy person and tried to stay invisible so no strange phases other then staying under the radar! 

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#61 | 1735 days ago

Stuffing training bra's that she really didn't need yet Now she doesn't need to stuff the bras anymore,tight clothes to make her butt stick out -which she sure doesn't need cuz it already sticks out.Wearing make up & getting all kinds of comments from the boys.High heel shoes & boots.She cut her hair SHORT - Black around the edges & copper on the top.She's skinny .She has almost all of the boys at the buttom of the mountain drooling over her.They protect her on the bus & at school.I really don't care if she dresses in black & put heavy makeup on.We've always had a close relationship & if she has anything that she needs to talk to me about I'm here & she knows it.My Mom & me never had a close relationship.As long as the cuminacation is there I'll always have my little Girl!! Thanks so much & love ya lots!!!!!!!
#62 | 1735 days ago

1- hippy
2- new wave
3- old fart
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#63 | 1734 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

My kids hit me with that kind of crap and I'm going "Grizzly Adams" and moving the family to the North Coast of Alaska. 
#64 | 1734 days ago

Raitul wrote:
Mentaly sick people become gothic.And gothic are most disgusting people in the world.good persons never accept gothic.so avoid gothic things.
You're talking to a use to be Gothic.I'm no way mentally sick ,never cut myself,never did drugs.The only piercing I had were my pierced ears.Wore black mainly stayed in my room & painted or drew.You are stereotyping that all Gothics are disturbed ,body mutilating people.I like Gothic but not the heavy what your talking about ones.See where I grew up - was out in the country,no girls just boys .I stayed mainly in my room -it was quiet & I could concentrate on my art.I painted landscapes,people still life& animals.
Oh,on the goths look like animals- did you know that we were once apes!!! Apparently some humans brains never fully developed
from the apes.To actually say that all Gothics are sick,is like saying that all people are animals. I love some of the gothic jewery & art.
I had an art teacher that adored me.Our mailman would give me art supplies.I have a close friend that is a famous atrist .I had friends all around but not close by.. I 'm not sick or mentally ill - I'm me & I wouldn't change a thing!!!
#65 | 1734 days ago

mrturk wrote:
It is OK as long as you turn out like Pauley Perrette.
Yeah Abby!!!!!!
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#66 | 1732 days ago

I LOVE ABBY.- BUT AT 14 YEArs, i was a good student, whith a boyfriend  who wait for  me in the school whith one red rose ,.all the mornig at 7,30 am , cold or hot time .-
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#67 | 1726 days ago
Scottpositron27 (+)

if you can afford it, pay for it.
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#68 | 1713 days ago

Raitul wrote:
ghotic  look like animal.Think! What u r ?Human or animal?
smart
#69 | 1708 days ago

Don't let the coffin lid hit you in the back on your way out.
#70 | 1708 days ago

14 Yr Old:  "Mom...I going Gothic..."

Mom:  "And you are living and eating WHERE every night?"

Not no...Hells' Naww!!
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#71 | 1685 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
I was more into a heavy metal look, leather miniskirts, long messy hair(still like the music but the look is gone) but i was responsible and a good student ,so my parents didnt bother me at all...i think teenagers need respect and their own space to find their identity but parents always have to be there when they need them :)
OK i would love to see that  lol 
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#72 | 1685 days ago

she will grow out of it.
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#73 | 1685 days ago

Daniel_and_Becca wrote:
OK i would love to see that  lol 
LOL, I don´t think so.
#74 | 1685 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

Eh, just show her the movie Hellraiser 2, and that will get he out of the gothic mindset. 

After the movie, just keep mentioning parts of the movie: "Hey hon....what did you think about the part with all those hooks--piercing, pulling, then ripping and tearing the flesh....wasn't that cool!!!"..........LOL!
#75 | 1685 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

VIOLET wrote:
LOL, I don´t think so.
...........but............but................why not?
#76 | 1684 days ago

(Edited by VIOLET)
NorseHeathen wrote:
...........but............but................why not?
It's not the same "The Three Musketeers" than "Twenty Years After"
#77 | 1682 days ago

Goin' Gothic No!!! But went from hangin' out with the wrong crowd doin' all the wrong crowd stuff.

Thank Gees I'm a better responsible MAN now!!!
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#78 | 1682 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

VIOLET wrote:
It's not the same "The Three Musketeers" than "Twenty Years After"
Eh.....it all depends I suppose.  Personally, I'm a fan of the philosophy of the song sang by Ratt: "I Want a Woman" (not some little girl).

Just like ti takes young men a while to figure out how to please a woman, it takes a young woman a while to figure out what being sexy is truly.
#79 | 1682 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
Eh.....it all depends I suppose.  Personally, I'm a fan of the philosophy of the song sang by Ratt: "I Want a Woman" (not some little girl).

Just like ti takes young men a while to figure out how to please a woman, it takes a young woman a while to figure out what being sexy is truly.
Why did u have to be that smart!
#80 | 1682 days ago
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#81 | 1682 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
Why did u have to be that smart!
He has smartgrass........
#82 | 1679 days ago
normski77 (+)

Id say "on yur bloody bike",if anyone came and said that to me.but im sure they would grow out of it
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#83 | 1679 days ago

my thing back in the 70's were the elephant bell bottoms!!!!! i had a pair in beige that had grommlets on the bells of them,bad to the bone they were,that and a silk flowered shirt that was a mixture of orange and beige and platform shoes i picked up two inches easy.........we would go to Laffayette louisana i gtew up in Crowley la about a 15 minute ride on the interstate and go and try to get into the disco neat the campus areas.......did we ever rock . if that was working we would go and find a bar where they were playing french music....... little ponys were the drink of the people in the early 70's........ wow what memories.......

#84 | 1679 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

cajunbuckeye wrote:

my thing back in the 70's were the elephant bell bottoms!!!!! i had a pair in beige that had grommlets on the bells of them,bad to the bone they were,that and a silk flowered shirt that was a mixture of orange and beige and platform shoes i picked up two inches easy.........we would go to Laffayette louisana i gtew up in Crowley la about a 15 minute ride on the interstate and go and try to get into the disco neat the campus areas.......did we ever rock . if that was working we would go and find a bar where they were playing french music....... little ponys were the drink of the people in the early 70's........ wow what memories.......

I gave you a "funny" but just thinking about bell bottoms and flowered shirts has PQ written all over it!!!  LOL!
#85 | 1679 days ago

drn0iswatr wrote:
 I went through the "try not to get your a** kicked" b/c I was a fat kid. It was special.
oh the horror..

i still dont know what it was with those @#@$#$ bak in school..
#86 | 1679 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
It's not the same "The Three Musketeers" than "Twenty Years After"
was'nt it  "ten years later"
#87 | 1679 days ago

helios7 wrote:
was'nt it  "ten years later"
U must be very popular among the ladies,  is the second time u make rude comments about me and u don´t even know me, so please behave.
#88 | 1678 days ago

cajunbuckeye wrote:

my thing back in the 70's were the elephant bell bottoms!!!!! i had a pair in beige that had grommlets on the bells of them,bad to the bone they were,that and a silk flowered shirt that was a mixture of orange and beige and platform shoes i picked up two inches easy.........we would go to Laffayette louisana i gtew up in Crowley la about a 15 minute ride on the interstate and go and try to get into the disco neat the campus areas.......did we ever rock . if that was working we would go and find a bar where they were playing french music....... little ponys were the drink of the people in the early 70's........ wow what memories.......

PQ ? In those days either you were high and didnt notice or you just didnt care what people thought of what you wore, seen a lot of fights get started for a smart remark over a flowered shirt!!!! if it helped getting girls i would dyed my hair blue back then....ha hahahah

#89 | 1678 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

ROFL!!!  Good points.  Still, the only place flowered shirts really work are in the islands......I miss Hawaii, I need to go there again!
#90 | 1677 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
I was more into a heavy metal look, leather miniskirts, long messy hair(still like the music but the look is gone) but i was responsible and a good student ,so my parents didnt bother me at all...i think teenagers need respect and their own space to find their identity but parents always have to be there when they need them :)
 True, that is the meaning of no gap in generations.!
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#91 | 1677 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

I have a 17yo daughter at home and have seen her go through a couple of "phases"... now she has a pair of those low-riding skateboarder pants with chains dangling from each leg, and is wearing them every day almost... and she's a lil' metal chick. Takes after her mom! I tell her I really don't care, but every time she claims she "doesn't care what other people think about her," I ask why she takes two hours to get ready?

I did disdain the Goth look on her though-- because she is one-quarter Native American she has essentially a natural tan year-round-- caking on white makeup is an insult to that gorgeous skin tone. Thankfully she doesn't go for that often. I especially don't like the dark lipstick-- ugh. But her mom and I both tell her she can do as she pleases within reason and school dress code, of course. Teenagers have to be given the freedom to express themselves, even if that "self" expression is actually conforming to the fashions of a clique.

As for cutting-- it's a real emotional disorder; kids who do that aren't crazy or necessarily suicidal. As said above, it's a matter of both control and release. I teach middle school and we are always on the lookout for it because the behavior usually starts at that age. You see kids start to wear long sleeves even on hot days and wonder. Also, it can be more prevalent in kids from affluent families than poorer ones, just like richer kids can be more likely to do drugs because they have easier access to them at home.
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#92 | 1677 days ago
carlalbert64 (+)

 I guess I'm boring...... as far as dress, I've never gone through a stage...... my kids pretty much the same thing.... my oldest daughters (20 and 17) are into sports so they like jeans and t-shirts or sweats.... don't get me wrong, on occasion they will dress up... my youngest two...(12 and 13) like to dress like all the "cool" kids and lobby for abercrombie and aeropostle....

I only went through one phase.... sex.... started in high school and I still haven't outgrown it!
#93 | 1676 days ago

anybody go through the sports phase like me?
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#94 | 1676 days ago
mooser58 (+)

You know, she may be going for a different type of "Gothic" and it may be all good:

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#95 | 1676 days ago

hot1248652 wrote:
anybody go through the sports phase like me?
I'm still in it...lol...I don't think I will ever grow out of that one....
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#96 | 1676 days ago

Cindy don't worry about her. I'm sure she is a good kid....helps Mom and Dad, gets good grades in school....
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#97 | 1662 days ago
Wordsmith (+)

Cali_Kat wrote:
Punk Rock...Short miniskirts, lots of chains and leather, boots! The good old days. My parents survived and so did I! All kids go thru phases.
DAMN! Sorry I missed that phase
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#98 | 1662 days ago

cajunbuckeye wrote:

my thing back in the 70's were the elephant bell bottoms!!!!! i had a pair in beige that had grommlets on the bells of them,bad to the bone they were,that and a silk flowered shirt that was a mixture of orange and beige and platform shoes i picked up two inches easy.........we would go to Laffayette louisana i gtew up in Crowley la about a 15 minute ride on the interstate and go and try to get into the disco neat the campus areas.......did we ever rock . if that was working we would go and find a bar where they were playing french music....... little ponys were the drink of the people in the early 70's........ wow what memories.......

"The only guys who wear Hawaiian shirts are gay guys and big fat party animals."
#99 | 1661 days ago

mooser58 wrote:
You know, she may be going for a different type of "Gothic" and it may be all good:

Well,if she starts carrying a pitch fork - I'll just point her to the horse stalls. SO YOUR RIGHT - IT'S ALL GOOD!!!! Thanks Big Guy!!
#100 | 1649 days ago

My daughter and her "husband" took goth to a new level when they had a black and red wedding.  The only thing white was my daughters wedding gown.
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#101 | 972 days ago

there is nothing wrong with being goth i am goth and it just means you want to be different from every one else.
#102 | 972 days ago

NECROMANCER! 
#103 | 971 days ago

billyjordan99 wrote:
there is nothing wrong with being goth i am goth and it just means you want to be different from every one else.
I know & I let her to an extent. When she started to try to pierce her lip with a paper clip - I told her no & she had a bad sore & infection to go with that.Lesson learnt from that.I let her dress different but not overly sluty or where it looks like she woke up in the clown closet & got dressed in the dark. I want her to be herself but still respect herself image.

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