Oscar-Rio;2136600 said:metal stereotype would be having a poster of Thor donning a Mime's face paint. \m/ METAL!
Insane3;2136612 said:Yes, in a sense, but punk partially bred all "alt rock"
Lolicat;2136583 said:I'm making fun of metal stereotypes here, work with me.@ArmsAreLoud: Puck is pretty punk, eh? ****s the system and isn't afraid of nobody.
ArmsAreLoud;2136769 said:Making fun of how the OP managed to spell "punk" wrong. :l
Lolicat;2136785 said:@Insane3: I don't know, it depends, are we talking the proper fans or the elitist *****s? In which case, punk has better fans, with the whole D.I.Y. ethic and everyone sorta helping the scene, but I'd rather put up with a metal elitist than a punk one.
Insane3;2136809 said:You can't be a punk elitist... ew... they're already arrogant. To imagine them elitist makes me puke.
MrFruitLord;2136984 said:I say a tie. In my opinion, they were both good back in the day, but faded after the 90's.
Onslaught_fei;2137252 said:WHICH IS BETTAR?! Pizza or Burgers?!?!I refuse to participate in dumb polls like this.
Insane3;2137269 said:The idea is not to decide which is better but which people like the most.
Lolicat;2136831 said:I find there are three varieties of punk. One is the kid who dresses the part, doesn't know more than a few bands, and is annoying. The next is the fat old punk who knows everything, only listens to reggae... and is annoying. The last is the rarest, who likes a good lot of bands, but realises that 'f*cking the system' doesn't mean you have to be rude to everyone all the time.
supernova1324;2137279 said:I wonder what category you fit under....And punk by far.
Lolicat;2137404 said:Where are all you guys saying punk usually? Come on, I'm practically alone amongst the progs here!