Originally Posted by Riven I don't know how I feel about online shopping now that I've chosen to volunteer at a charity shop, again. I think people, especially women, are getting their clothes online (I got a sleeveless hoodie from China since they don't really sell them over here, at least, not this season and some parts of China I imagine are much warmer all year round compared to the UK). This means that people might not see a reason to get something from a charity shop unless they can't use the internet for whatever reason,
Originally Posted by Riven https://youtu.be/z2L0y79PRrg This is why I find cynicism hot or at least cool, ergo, why I love emos (except Dan and Phil, their haircuts are too conservative). If you're not a cynic, you're probably a shill or a fundie Christian in my eyes.
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If the emo look was deemed to be "gay" in those days, and this decade is more accepting of gays these days, then why don't I see more people with the emo look?
One of the biggest paradoxes of this decade in terms of pop culture. Even memes make more sense.
Originally Posted by Riven Originally Posted by MissAl Are you familiar with Sam Hunt? I'm pretty sure he's just like...everything you find awful.
I used to feel hope every year that the hipsters stuck around that they could not prevail much longer. Now it's getting close to a decade and I'm fearing they have become a mainstay. Off the top of my head, here's a list of songs I hate (probably in chronological order) since this decade started:
Maroon 5 - Payphone
A song by Mumford and Sons
Originally Posted by Riven Looks like a great thread, thanks OP; I appreciate this as a form of mental exercise. Haven't been watching the news lately, so sorry if it doesn't sound like a speech.
"Welcome, everybody. As the leader of the United States Pirate Party, I speak for my members. We appreciate all your support in helping to protect the First Amendment, and the freedom of all American citizens.
"In the past three decades, the previous presidents have ignored the significance