Thank God it wasn't popular in my area. I never saw anyone like this around here. In the first pic she looks 50. She is not going to age well at all. Because she already looks like a hag trying to be a teen. She looks like she smells horrible too. Her cringe worthy Hot Topic couture wouldn't even look good on a toddler playing dress up.I think it's soft core emo, which in turn, is soft core Goth.
I'm going to guess a really busted looking 30's. The Nightmare Before Christmas came out in 1993. And while it's still popular enough for younger people to know what it is, I think she may have been a first wave fan. She's got that look.I figured about as much.
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Abby, is well known for her extreme devotion to Nightmare Before Christmas and old cringey "rap" videos she used to make.
Now onto when she shaved her head (and eventually eyebrows) I don't have very much and no one seemed to save the two cringey rap videos she made that literally blew up on facebook(BTW!!! she did it cause she wanted to look more like Jack Skellington)
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In the very late 80s/ early 90s there was a really awesome, complex, experimental hardcore punk genre called emo. It was called emo because it was more about personal problems, as opposed to hardcore which was typically about politics, or being a badass hardcore parties. It was made by nerds with intentionally bad haircuts and I'll fitting clothes who dressed like that specifically to look as shitty and nonconformist as possible. By the early 00s, this aesthetic and the poppiest, most "listenable" aspects of the music (twinkly guitars, fey teenage boy vocals, loud/quiet dynamics, major key pop shit) had been stolen and watered down by faggy art students who were too pussy to keep making hardcore. The dynamics and complexity of the music got less important and it devolved into pop-punk, acoustic pop-punk, and god awful electronic indie. their shitty haircuts become more elaborate, their jeans got tighter, and their faded goodwill tshirts got more expensive. By the mid 00s, the aesthetic became the most important thing (even though it was specifically created in the first place to make them look shitty), and the unique hallmarks of the musical genre completely vanished. Eventually, because the original music was so different (and was decades old by that point) "scene" became the new word to describe people who dressed in that bizarre anime charicature of old hardcore kid style. It was a meaningless word that alludes to the underground days of hardcore when there were actually local "scenes"Oxycontin?
BTW, what was this "Scene" bullshit about anyway? I've never really understood. Was this a trend that only existed on MySpace, or what?