Zorba the Hutt (zorbathut) wrote,
Zorba the Hutt
zorbathut

So there are people in this world who are goth. (Goth, in this case, refers to morbidity.) (I realize this isn't the entire definition. But it's a good chunk of it, and if you avoid the whole whiny angsty "I am a vampyre and know the secrets of the night" idiocy, the morbidity is most of what you have left.) (Also note that this isn't pejorative. I quite enjoy the look and the mindset.) (Now look what you've done? I've entirely lost the rhythm of this post.)

Many of the people who claim to be goth, in fact, suck. They just don't get it.

Going up a level, some of them do get it. And look down upon the ones who don't.

Going up another level, some are seriously goth. And don't have to look down on anyone.

This person puts them all to shame.

Note the art for sale. Note the unfortunate animal of the month club. Read the FAQ.

I find myself impressed.
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