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    Yeah Edahn, you're gonna have to be way more specific about the style of eyeliner application you have in mind for this theory, cos the possibilities are just too diverse and too obviously indicative of different intentions.
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    I've always worn black (or navy blue!) eyeliner in my attempt to look my age! :sad: It is not reflective of my mental state at all! Those of us with dark hair tend to look better in darker eyeliners instead of lighter ones anyways!

    plus- I think that most goth/emo kids are only WISHING to be all deep, dark and depressed in hopes that it will make them more dangerously cool than just being a pampered suburban teen!

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    if i was depressed and was putting on dark eyeliner I'd probably get frustrated and poke out both of my eyes with the pencil, and hoped I died.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Here in Sweden, at least, it seems to be a clear indication of being emo.

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    I've always worn black (or navy blue!) eyeliner in my attempt to look my age! :sad: It is not reflective of my mental state at all! Those of us with dark hair tend to look better in darker eyeliners instead of lighter ones anyways!

    plus- I think that most goth/emo kids are only WISHING to be all deep, dark and depressed in hopes that it will make them more dangerously cool than just being a pampered suburban teen!

    no offense to anyone btw?!
    From saying that you have just proved you have no idea of what goth is. Lol. Don't worry.
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    mostly sticking it to emo kids actually! I just threw in goth at the last minute without really thinking because it had been thrown around quite a bit so far!

    btw- Robert Smith just wouldn't be himself without his eyeliner!

    did you totally ignore my disclaimer!?! :rolli:
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    I think there's a difference between a little black eyeliner and really thick black eyeliner that gives more of the raccoon effect -- and the latter is what I assume Edahn was referring to??
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    I wear black eyeliner because it shows up better, not because I'm depressed. I will say that anyone wearing make-up "defensively" will be pretty obvious. At least to me. I used to wear blood red lipstick when I wanted people to back the heck off of me. It worked.
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    Well, no, I don't think black eyeliner is a sign of depression.
    For one thing, it's kind of cultural, lot's of North African and Asian girls prefer it. For another, it looks good to pretty much every girl, provided their skin is more dark than fair.
    Of course, there can be ways of using it that might indeed give a bit tragic impression, but that's not the typical use of the black eyeliner.

    On the other hand, maybe I use it myself and felt like reacting

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    OP edited.

    The type of make up I'm talking about it slightly dramatic more than Carebear's first pic but less than the second.

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