I’m gonna cut myself with this Lexus key.

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26 Responses to I’m gonna cut myself with this Lexus key.

  1. Eccentricly Dull says:

    ooh, is it a new one that parralel parks itself?

  2. Aditya says:


    I saw the title before the image and was wondering “What??”

    Good one!

  3. austin says:

    this one is fantastic

  4. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know.
    I think of the Emos I’ve ever known, all there parents were pretty well off.
    On the other hand, I’ve known a lot of wealthy people w/o Emo children.
    It works with one axis more than the other.
    Still laughed though.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Haha, this is definitely true.

  6. Anonymous says:

    They’re probably Emo because Mommy and Daddy are too busy working all the time to pay any attention to them.

  7. Seth P. says:

    It contradicts the whole underlying theme of being emo to actually suffer. Life’s got to be pretty easy to effectively pull it off. So yeah, I hear ya.

  8. meghan says:


    While they may be well off and emo’s cutting themselves (what’s new) I can guarantee that the parents are cutting themselves, too. lol haha.

    What a twist that would be for this chart huh?!

  9. Anonymous says:

    people cut themselves to relieve stress, pain, and hurt in a different way…and i respect that. so people who are laughing at emos can shut up.

  10. Anonymous says:

    seriously? there was a time when those people were just called depressed or had issues. being ’emo’ is stupid, and it’s a stupid label. Everyone that is human is almost always somewhat emo-tional. Founding a culture based on that is idiocy.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Oh, for God’s sake…why is everyone so judge’mental’. give it a rest! let the emos be emos, the goths be goths, the preppys be preppys, etc. (by the way, i am NOT a preppy) done. so, people, just deal with it!

  12. Anonymous says:

    yh suppose its true but i cut and have been labeled emo it can get annoying ppl dont understand tho i’m not well of
    i dont see my parents much but i hate it when i walk down da street and ppl stare at me

  13. Anonymous says:

    okay, i cut myself, got a problem?! i do it cos i feel worthless, by my friends, school, family.

    i feel like i dont belong.
    ive just broke up with my girlfriend, and yeh, i cut myself, cos i fxckin loved her!
    ive tried overdosing and failed, ended up in hospital for a week with methamphetamine poisining! =)

    im not emo, ive got short hair, wear tracksuits.
    got a problem? call 0-800-kiss-my-ass!

    me xo

  14. Anonymous says:

    …Is it weird that I’m flattered by this? I’m ’emo’, in that I follow the current stereotypical definition of emo, and I’m also desperately chippy… I’m horribly pleased by this chart.

    On another note: rich people can have problems. Abuse (sexual or otherwise) can and does occur in such homes; parents can beat their spouses and/or children and be alcoholic; children can be neglected (which is difficult to deal with).

    Anyway, yeah.

  15. Anonymous says:

    i understand that people out there feel depressed and worthless, and emotionally in pain or whatever, but self harm or attempted suicide isn’t going to make that anywhere, why kill yourselves when you have the strength to turn things around? i’ve been through a lot of bad stuff but you have to just have to pick yourself up and get on with life, get counselling if you need it, just don’t waste the life you were blessed with when if you try hard enough you can do something with it,
    live life, love it, and be happy,

  16. Anonymous says:

    How many emos does it take to put in a lightbulb?

    None they just sit in the dark and cry!


  17. ashley says:

    this is so stupid FUCK OFF you have no idea what your talking about everyone has there own problems we just deal with it differently some people take it out on others and some take it out in themsleves YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO JUDGE ANYONE GROW THE FUCK UP

  18. Anonymous says:

    HAH! It’s called formal operational thought, you have a problem you deal with it. I poke fun at emos because they whine and bitch about there problems.
    YOU grow up, everyone else in the world has.

  19. itstoughtbeingemo says:

    its more refering to the fact that emo is fashion based, i like to wear black jeans, connies, studded belt, badges, bandana, flanny, and a band shirt, all up this out fit will cost up to 300 dollars, this is with cheao gear too, u do need a high income to keep up with emo tendancies =O

  20. EmoisFAKE says:

    for gods sake ppl, not one person goes “emo” coz they’re depressed, i have shit loads of emo friends that are all a bunch of cheery fun ppl

    plz spread this, EMO is FAKE its a steriotype its rly just a word to describe the type of clothes that an “EMO” wears, black skinnie jeans, tight shirts etc

    can also be described as a type of music, this music doesnt have to be emotional either, its rly just a modern pop rock with a touch of hardcore…listen to the used, hawthorne heights and Senses Fail

    and one more thing, for gods sakes people, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE IS NOT EMO!
    MCR, listen to Teenagers, its a PUNK/ROCK SONG, but they wer make up! didnt KISS wear make up?

    and fall out boy…i challenge any1 to find emo lyrical value in thier music and they are an alternate/rock band

    that is all i have to say

  21. Tyler says:

    It’s surprising how people got so defensive about being emo, when this isnt poking fun at the emo subculture, but rather emo tendancies. Some people read the word emo and get pissed off because they’re emo, or they’re insecure about how emo they are, no matter what the context is.

    The author wrote “Emo tendancies” not “Emo faggotry” or whatever you angry people mistook it as. Emo tendancies being the sterotypically accepted tendancy for emos to cut, cry, be introverted, write poetry, and what have you.

    This is hilarious guize, since it seems to be for the most part true

  22. callmenaive says:

    In my experience this is… disconnected with reality. If the y-axis were labeled “ability to follow emo fashion” then sure, but none (Wait, lemme think about it. Yeah, none) of the people I’ve known who cut themselves or struggle with depression (clinical or imagined), or write (bad) poetry have been from what I would call economically well-off families. I don’t think the suggestion that introversion is an emo tendency with a direct correlation to income really even deserves a response.

    Yeah, yeah. Someone is wrong on the internet nearly a year ago.

  23. Ditocoaf says:

    Everyone has problems. No matter what you think, yours aren’t actually unique. It may be hard, but with time, effort, and mental strength you can overcome them. Dressing in black, pouting, taking things out on yourself, and acting superior to happy people is counterproductive and egotistical. That is the behavior that the label “emo” has been applied to.

  24. Misc. says:

    I resent this. While not “emo” myself, i have many friends who are, and they have genuine problems…

  25. Reed says:

    While I do find this true, I also think this is offensive. I and 2 of my best friends cut ourselves, but not at all for attention or because we’re “emo”. I hate that label. Self-harming doesn’t make you emo, nor does being emo mean you self-harm. Many people who self-harm have serious problems, too. Some even have serious chemical imbalances… depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, BDD, BPD… dangerous problems that you assholes shouldn’t make fun of.

    Just my two cents.

  26. alix says:

    Hahaha! That so made my day, I don’t know why people are getting so worked up >..>; I cut myself (im not emo though, thankfully or scene or goth and whatever :P ) and I found this funny as hell. But of coarse this is all but my opinion.