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Posted by -ryan- on January 09, 2003 at 20:02:02:
In Reply to: Re: Why I don't dress posted by snakeguy88 on January 09, 2003 at 18:45:29:
clothes are used as a way to show your "social class" (I really don't understand the class thing). There are a very few in my high school that, like you, just wear the clothes, but all the rest act exactly how there clothes make you think they would. The preps all act like they are better than the skateboarders, the punks, and the goths. All of those groups also seem to try to alienate themselves from each other. It's really quite strange.
and I do believe that part of the reason this discussion started was because someone made a comment about how punks dress and stuff.
I've never really cared enough about social classes to really defend mine, or even admit that I am in a social class..."skateboarders". This I don't understand because most people that are classified as skaters around here are the druggy posers that can barely stand on a skateboard. I don't understand why people always think of me as a skater, I'd say I'm more of a musician. But again, I don't really care.
:Dude that has nothing to do with it. Prep is more a mindset...I dress like a prep if anything. I wear almost all abercrombie and fitch and polo. I play golf and basketball and stuff. I do all the good "prep" stuff. But I have longer hair, I go to tons of concerts, and stuff. Being "preppy" is more saying you are above everyone else. Andy