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Not sure what it is about the concept of the dress code that made it too difficult for you comprehend untill you were in your 20's. I hope potty training was a wee bit more successfull for ya... All different, all equal right?
I guess the ratios of how often I can wear each changed dramatically, but I really don't dress differently. Just how much time I spend in each set changed I guess.
I am SURE that's what you meant by Bahahahahahahah.
I remember enjoying the South Park episode about goths. See, I think I probably feel (or felt) much the same way that goth kids feel. But I'm not a crying little pussy so I didn't go goth. And I'm not desperate for attention so I didn't go punk. I went grunge because washing always was a lot of effort.
“Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.” – Bill Hicks
I guess i never had time to even consider being part of a "sub-culture" to further my own identity. Just thinking about the entire premise you'd have to be a fucking lunatic to simply take the time to...get the money to spend on the clothes, then take the time to actually wear make-up and dress like a fucking retard...then ACTUALLY go out in public just to further an "identity" of which you have nothing in common. Then be surprised when people think you lost your god damn mind. Like I said, I do like laughing at them though.
But my broader point is not defending how I choose to dress, it is that it is nobody's damned business how anybody chooses to dress.
If you're a nice person I'll like you, if you aren't I won't. You could dress like a fucking Klingon if you want to, but I'll judge you on your values, intelligence and work ethic, not for your latex adornments.