how do you feel when you see someone dressed in black with black hair and make up and a heavy...
i feel GLAD NOT TO BE THAT GUY!.....its hot here in arizona!
This is how my friend dress except the make up part. I do not stereotype even though people stereotype him. He is actually normal he just dresses that way. A lot of people that may look mysterious, but are not exactly strange,mean, or some other assumption.
I presume that you don't feel comfortable.
The fact is, the same thing happened with the punks and the rockers during the seventies, but it's just an appearance.
Many think that people who dress outlandishly are undoubtedly up to no good. Sometimes they are a little wild, but usually it's phasic; something they grow out of.
Now look at the people who REALLY are or were bad--the serial killers and rapists, child molesters and and think about how normal they appear.
Now who are you afraid of?
i dont feel anything, its like asking me how you feel grrany walking on street, or pigeon flying in sky, i didnt even notice unless someone came with this question
I don't feel or think much of anything. I don't pay a lot of attention to what other people look like or wear.
That would depend on the band on the shirt. If it were a Burzum, Dark Funeral, Biohazard, or Nothingface shirt I'd shake my head. If it were an Emperor, Mayhem, Opeth, or Cannibal Corpse t-shirt, I might try to talk shop. Obviously, of course, this is a metalhead's reaction. But you weren't real specific.
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