original=punk
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#1
An organization in Ontario that puts on shows to raises awareness for breat cancer.

http://www.myspace.com/punk4pink

Great idea, but their definition of "punk" is sort of strange considering what the bands sound like on their myspace.

" “PUNKS” are the youth within our communities that don’t subscribe to more contemporary popular markets, the “underground” of popular culture or the “anti-thesis” of pop culture. "

The first song I've heard is by a band that wears plugs, their singer sings through his nose so much I wanna puke, I has a bad piano intro, and their influences include "Underoath"


This bastardization of the word "punk" to refer to a subculture is getting maddeningly scary.

I know we have these threads every week. But this is just crazy. It's not like calling green day punk.
axeslash
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Pop punk 4 pink sounds like a song the Queers would sing, and we all know what the pink would refer to...
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original=punk
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Quote by axeslash
Pop punk 4 pink sounds like a song the Queers would sing, and we all know what the pink would refer to...



Vaginas?
StreetLight3989
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#6
Yeah, punk has become super marketable now. For some reason people think being punk is being cool. It's a buzzword, just like all the other genres being marketed falsely today.
SuperBlob
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Quote by StreetLight3989
Yeah, punk has become super marketable now. For some reason people think being punk is being cool. It's a buzzword, just like all the other genres being marketed falsely today.

I wish they used mettle or classic rawk or something, just to piss them off
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lavazza
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Quote by StreetLight3989
Yeah, punk has become super marketable now. For some reason people think being punk is being cool. It's a buzzword, just like all the other genres being marketed falsely today.


d´oh....if it´s a fashion in the USA this year......next year it will be like this in Europe......wait.....then we´ll get lots of concerts with lots of Groupies