Why do I get called being ''weird'', or ''strange'', just because I choose to be different. Instead of trying to fit in, or be what everyone else is. I choose to be the odd one out. Everything about me is different. From my hair, to my shoes. I wear different colors, such as, green, pink, purple, yellow, blue, basically the whole rainbow in my head. I'm a huge fan of skulls also. If I find anything with em on it, i buy. I listen to rock, metal, gospel, rap, & r&b.  like being different. Its shows that I am unique, creative, brilliant, and the list goes on n on. I do things you think about doing, but just don't have either the style, swagg, or courage to do. Different is just who I am, who I stand for. So If being different is wrong...then I don't wanna be right.

labrise labrise
18-21, F
2 Responses Mar 19, 2009

I have a 22 yr old son who also was "different" he had piercings wore all black, nail polish too, dyed his hair etc. Actually he still does. I personally hold him and his like friends as my personal hero's. They've got the nerve to be WHO they are. Even if it's against the Norm of society. What is normal anyway? By who's standards? I love every pierced, tattooed, dyed, spiked, leather wearing hair on his head because he Dares to be different. Although it has gotten him (& his friends ) some much unwanted attention from the cops. Go forth & be YOU.

I was the same way when i was in school. be yourself and you will be happier. Remeber you are only in school a few years but you are in real life a lifetime.