The term, "scene," is used in several ways.

1. Another word for "subculture" that doesn't sound quite so scientific, allowing it to be used in daily conversation. Used this way it usually has an adjective modifying it: the "indy scene" or the "hardcore scene" or the "emo scene." When someone refers to a particular "scene," they're talking about everything - the people, the places, the fashion, the music, and the trends.

2. A tongue-in-cheek reference to the trends and fashions of the various scenes. Many of these subcultures were built around countercultural ideals and nonconformist attitudes; the fact that trends even exist is humorous irony, and using "scene" as an adjective originally intended to lampoon that.

3. A trend of sorts that evolved from the indy, emo, and hardcore scenes (see the first definition); basically, anything that can be sold at Hot Topic. As events like Warped Tour - and artists like Avril Lavigne - became popular, the trends and fashions of these three scenes (and a few others) were gradually amalgamized and commericalized to create the generic "scene" monkier. Someone who is "scene" generally borrows from the various subcultures and combines them together - you can tell they're part of *a* scene, but no one is quite sure *what* scene. It is important to note that this use of "scene" refers to a fashion trend - it isn't a subculture in its own right, because it has no music, venues, or attitudes of its own to live on after it loses popularity.

4. An ironic insult toward followers of the "scene" trend outlined in 3. Calling someone "scene" brings up images of Avril Lavigne, Hot Topic, Good Charlotte, and, more recently, Myspace; it implies that he or she is a fair-weather fan, conforming to be popular or to fit in. In that sense, it is related to the term poseur. It also implies being more worried about the more visible icons of a particular scene (the fashion and language, for example) than the music that the scene is founded on. Calling someone a scenester basically means the same thing.
1. Atreyu is a relative newcomer to the hardcore scene, but is developing a rabid cult fanbase.

2. Wow... a Thundercats shirt, crotch-hugging faded jeans, and a devilock... how very scene of you. Not to mention your ratty Converse shoes or your Know Your Mushrooms armband.

3. Be more scene. Shop at Hot Topic.

4. Enjoy being scene while it lasts, because Myspace isn't enough to keep it going once the next fad hits.
作者 progamer124 2005年8月06日
the whole scene lifestyle a fuckload of rules. I'm kinda fuzzy on the guy part of it, since I'm not exactly male, and I don't wanna mis-inform anyone, so I'll stick to the girl stuff. mmk?

so scene girls........god, where to start? I guess hair, because hair is probably the most identifiable part of a good scene kid, as long as they have scene hair. a lot of younger scene kids prefer to skip the hair, or atleast downgrade it, because a lot of schools see it as a dress code violation, or their parents might not let them. but I'm getting off the point. scene hair follows a few basic principles:
1} the cut. scene hair is usually choppy, sometimes even mullet-esque, but that's not always fashion-friendly. basically there are two main scene cuts: longish and shortish. short hair is usually a little longer than chin length in the front, with bangs that run straight across, usually just below the brow. the front pieces are typically longest, and angled upward to the back. on the back of their head it's usually cut in super-choppy layers that they use to gel in different directions. the longish cut usually has heavy side bangs, and a choppy cut all around. there's really no part that's particularly longer than the other parts. it's just all messy. sometimes they'll have grown out the very bottom layer, or put in super-long extentions on the bottom. hair is always straightened. no ifs ands or buts. always.
2} the colour. there are three main colours that are good for scene hair: black, red, or my personal favourite, white blond. usually black hair will be streaked with white blond, neon, or red, blond with black, neon, or red, and red with black, white blond, or neon.
3} the stylist. typically, scene hair is either styled by friends, the scene kid themself, or a stylist that's basically one of their friends. usually, however, it's one of the first two, as most parents don't want to pay for a stylish to "ruin" their child's hair.

it may seem like scene girls would all have the same hair, but it's amazing how different they can all look. people who say they're conformists are mostly just jealous. ;D

soooo.......what next? I'm actually really sleepy right now, so here's a list of scene kid trends/characteristics for girls:

-multiple piercings
-heavy eye makeup, either black or neon
-skinny jeans
-thick headbands (skinny ones look retarded)
-SMALL hairbows (big ones, again, look retarded)
-studded belts
-plastic beads
-jelly/sex bracelets
-ice cream cones
-candy (pony bead bracelets, often traded between scenesters & their friends)
-using && instead of &
-using words like orgasmic and the sex to describe myspace pics/people
-saying bai instead of bye
-being bi, which isn't really a trend, it just happens to be prevalent amoung scenesters
-calling scene people scene kids, no matter what age or gender
-whore trains on myspace bulletins
-strobe lights
-pretending to be gangster as a joke
-taking medication for various mental disorders like depression, social anxiety, etc (again, it's not really a trend, it's just more prevalent because in scene society it's okay to not be perfect)
-taking an excess of medication
-smoking cigarettes
-smoking weed

the best thing about scene is that you're fine however you are. scene kids will find something right with you when the cheerleaders and the preppies and the norms and even the dorks turn you away. and, of course, they have the most fun of any social group. because, really, what's more fun that going to local shows every weekend and getting so wasted you don't even remember what band you saw?
did you see those scene kids back there?
that girl is so scene!
作者 LEXX the SEXX 2007年8月08日
people that have backpacks with disney characters such as, the lion king, dora explorer, etc.

they also attend the weekly "emo" shows at the pavillion.

Person#1: yo, who's that person with the lion king backpack?
Person#2: thats katherine ! shes so scene
Person#1: does she go to the "THE SHOW"?
Person#2: DUUHHHH thats where all da scene kids GO!
作者 OMMFUCKERS! 2006年12月22日
Stop defining it; it has no definition; you don't want to be scene; you don't try to; you just become it. There are various types of scene if you want me to get technical.

However almost all of you are referring to that of the obscene; and emo categories it's a very stereotypical concept. Scene girls and boys dont say "kthxbai" they usually have a very vivid vocabulary. I'd know. "Want to be scenesters" say things like omg "NAME@THEDISCO!" or "GUNGSGOBANG" and love dinosaurs, and dots. It's basically just a word made up to describe beautiful people who have good fashion sense.. mmk?
see my myspace.
browse through friends.
作者 rachelscene 2006年8月21日
Scene kids are basically emo, except they get drunk a whole lot, smoke, and dont cut themselves

they like to be very anti-mainstream
Scene kid 1: Hey man, lets go get drunk and smoke a pack!
Scene kid 2: Sweet deal, thats so like us.
Scene kid 3: check out this sweet new album!
Both 1 and 2: Dank! I've never heard of them before and they kinda suck! Thats just what we love because no one else knows who this band is!
作者 Jaime Ortiz 2006年8月14日
This is hilarious.
Look how many of you have bothered to list
what a scene kid should or does look like.
All the people writing about what scene is, are most likely the fat whale wannabes who wish they looked as good
as people like "scene" kids.
Or wish that they could fit in skinnies but their rolls of fat get in the way, so they decide to take the piss instead.
"Scene kids" don't like ugly fat mank people.
Whats wrong with that?
Damn right they should.
Whats wrong with hanging around with pretty people
im sorry but i wouldnt want to hang around with someone that looked like a monkey on LSD.
I appreciate people who take pride in their appearance.
Get over yourselfs you fat c***s.
Jealousy gets you nowhere.
Tbh, punks, emos, indie kids, metal heads, the hxc kids, geeks all are clones of each other.
We all go to the same shops and buy the same things.
And what?
Scene kid: "Yeah. 'cause your a fat whale tbh mate"
作者 botheredlike 2006年7月12日
basically, scene kids are anyone who conforms to the latest trends. they think they are individuals who are different from everyone, but they are really just copying people, and being posers.They should try to find there own style instead of copying everyone elses. most scene kids have a myspace, and flaunt themselves around to everyone else. they think they dress cooler than everyone else, and they think they start all the newest trends (like footless tights) even though those have been around since the 80's. they also think that all the bands they listen to are bands no one has ever heard of before, and if anyone else says they like that certain band, they will automatically think the person is a poser, even if they really arent. they take hundreds of pictures of themselves, trying to show how "punk" or "emo" they are. real punk or emo kids probably dont even have a myspace. They also like to use little "x's" in random words when they write.

scene kids can go get a life.
scene kid: "OMG!!! i am like so totally hardxcore and scene.
true punk/emo: shut up. u suck. stop being such a poser.
scene kid: what the hell! i am punk, and totally scene.
true punk/emo: riiiiiiight. you think that.
作者 ANONYMOUS184372 2006年5月16日
an ever changing style that people use to sterotype themselves and others.
2000: I'm so scene since I'm emotional and I like alternative music.

2010: I'm so scene since I'm normal and I'm the only one that remembers who the Beatles are.
作者 c. Lynn 2006年4月12日



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