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Don’t Judge Me – Written By You

Okaaay then I’m just, you know, gonna be talkin’ about JUDGING PEOPLE!!!!!

I’m writing about this because I get judged a lot, and I think that it is important that people stop with the labels. *cough* PERSONALITIES *cough* Anycow, these are some of the main labels which le moi will be talking about


Label No.1 “Nerd”

People that get called nerds are generally people that wear glasses and are very smart (AKA your future world leaders.) I think this is just a stupid label because we all know that nerd is used by people who are just trying to cover up the fact that they don’t feel clever around this particular person. “Nerds” also people who play Pokémon (respect my fellow Pokémon players) and watch anime.


Label No.2 “Emo”

This is a name that I get called a lot. So called “emos” are people that generally wear a lot of black and listen to music such as Motionless in White, Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria. The stupid thing about this label is that as we all know “Emo” is just short for emotional and, let’s get one thing straight, last time I checked “emotional” was a state of mind not a fashion trend.  “Emos” also get mistaken for “scene kids” and “Goths”.


Label No.3 “Scene”

WOW!  Yet another label I get called! Anycow “scene Kids” are generally people that are obsessed with Pokémon, Hello Kitty and Rainbows and Unicorns and all that Jazz. So called “Scene Kids” listen to music such as Jeffree Star, Blood on the Dance Floor and Matthew Lush. They say stuff like “ZOMG!”  And “K’BAI!” They are normally loud and random.


Label No.4 “Goth”

Often mistaken for “emos,” people that are generally called “Goths” also wear a lot of black and listen to music such as Nine Inch Nails, Sisters of Mercy and The Cure. Goths were originally a Germanic tribe who invaded the Roman Empire. SERIOUSLY PEOPLE!!!!!! Also, while I’m on the topic, I have just found the most epic definition of a “Goth” on Urban Dictionary:


Just another person in this world… Lives, breathes, dies.




Random person 1: Yo dude look at the Goth chick!

Random person2: Why?

Random person 2: Eh…”

So anycow that’s it and don’t judge!!!! All together now: Don’t matter what you look like don’t matter what you wear. (Words from the amazing Mama Odi from The Princess and The Frog. GREAT FILM GUYS!!!!!)

(PS no hate to the bands/labels mentioned.)



Elisabeth is 13 years old and this topic is very important to her. What do you think?  


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  1. 1

    Hi Elizabeth!
    I thought this article was very meaningful and I think you’re right; people should stop judging others by what they wear or how they act. It is about personalities and you shouldn’t worry about what the prejudice assume about you. I’m home-educated and sometimes I wonder what people think about me, but I get over it and carry on with my life.
    Keep writing as I look forward to reading more from you 🙂

  2. 2

    Oh also sorry I misspelled your name. XD

  3. 3

    I get called a nerd a lot, mainly by idiots that can’t spell their own name, and don’t know what a shift key is. I ‘d like to see their faces when I become world dictator.

  4. 4

    I think you are tottally right dont judge people by how they look it is what inside that counts

  5. 5

    I know a lot about loads of really cool stuff, like marvel and archery and myths ( I know A LOT)
    But no one cares, nor likes anything. I once raised money for charity, and only one person seemed interested.
    I completely agree with your opinion as there is this boy in my class, who is….. emotional and might overreact in particular ways, so everyone talks about him behind his back, won’t let him play games, and are just… mean.
    It is also annoying as he is actually rather nice! Once again, it matters on the personality, that’s who we all really are.

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