Ever Get That Feeling When You Don't Fit In?

Have you ever got that "I'm the only one" feeling before? It sucks, yes. However, I like to think that in my case, it's a little bit different.

No, I'm not a social outcast. I'm not hated by society. I don't hate every single cheerleader or jock, and most of them don't hate me. My parents love me. I'm best friends with my brother and sister. Yes, I have alot of friends. So, what's the problem?

The main thing is my musical taste, I wouldn't exactly call it a problem actually, but it definatly sets me apart from my friends. The majority of them don't even like rock music, to say the least, except for Fall Out Boy and stuff, and I don't have a problem with it, but after a while it just gets annoying when I try to talk about a band and they're staring at me like I have 3 heads.

Even with my rock music friends, I still feel different. I can actually tolerate the majority of their music tastes, but we still differ by ALOT. See, they're more into stuff like All Time Low, Tokio Hotel, Bullet For My Valentine, while I tend toward stuff like Bad Religion, Rancid, and Operation Ivy. I was watching a Rancid video yesterday with my friend, and she says that they're ugly. I responded with "Well, all bands don't have to look good to be good" and she flipped a bitch at me because she thought that I thought that she only likes bands for they're looks. We ended up making up later, but it just aggravates me to no extent that I'll tolerate them listening to their music, but then as soon as I wanna play mine, they get all "Oh this sucks" on me. What I'm trying to say is that it's aggravating even among my "alternative rock" friends that they still make me feel like an outcast.

P.S: Not making fun of any bands or music tastes here. Wink
Posted on August 29th, 2008 at 09:30am


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