Emo culture: A documentary

“In their spare time, emos go to rock concerts and write poetry. I think a lot of them play guitar and socializing with their emo buddies.”

“Another thing emos like to do is wear tight t-shirts that have the name of their favorite bands on them.”

In this video, a British teenager uses iMovie to make a class project about emo. She conducts a series of awkward, unfunny interviews with her friends from school and edits them together over a bed of My Chem songs that are way too loud. Also, as you might expect, they are fat.

I’m sure they will tell you that this video is “just a stupid joke we made for a school project,” but you can’t get off that easily. It’s kind of like if you shit your pants at a high school party: you would never do it on purpose, but once you realize that you did something disasterously embarrassing, your best move is to play it off as a joke and make the most of it, but you still shit your pants in front of everybody.

Can’t decide which I hate more: emo kids or British people. Or fat chicks.

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9 Responses to Emo culture: A documentary

  1. SCG says:

    I'd go with British people, we thrive on that sort of shit!

    You may also "enjoy" this hilarious BBC youth project:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/switch/them/amy.shtml

  2. Anonymous says:

    Bad Documentaries made by people with little to know understanding of what they are talking are always amazing.
    This reminds of the awful Doc on London Hardcore I watched on youtube.
    Maybe it's a British thing? Maybe they just love American music scenes so much they feel they have to make garbage documentaries to prove they are down.

  3. Sergeant D says:

    Bad Documentaries made by people with little to know understanding of what they are talking are always amazing.

    LOL exactly!

  4. Jose says:

    I demand you get Ian Mackaye on so he can claim that emo doesn't exist.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hating on Emo is 5 minutes ago. Plus the British are genuinely vile. Easy answer.

  6. Ryan says:

    The UK just got nu-screamo-wave-core bands like 6 months ago, wait like 3 years until they catch on to electro-coke-crunk and crab-core then we're all proper fucked.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Do you think Law and Order UK will tackle the subject emo?
    RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES!!!

  8. IndieFaceKillah says:

    "Where do emos hang out?"

    "Probly like… by the graveyahd coz like… they're really pale white cuz they like… like the dead, dun't they and cut themselves…"

    I'm British. This shit was depressing enough as an abstract, imagine what it's like when these smirking fuckups are everywhere you look.

  9. Anonymous says:

    How can there even be that much fail in one place?
    Lol @ credits.
    The Emo Song is NOT by Jeffree Star.

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