Saturday, June 10, 2006

 

The Emo Kids Story




Once upon a time, there was a 21 year old college "kid" who lived in Ohio. He was very sensitive and often felt sad and misunderstood. He began to make video blogs about his feelings and uploaded them to YouTube, using the name EmoKid21Ohio. He spoke with sighs and sad overtones and looked very depressed. In his 4th video (shown below), Matt (his real name) read a sad poem that touched him; it really meant a lot to him. Matt uploaded 17 videos (plus one special one) and became one of the most talked about members of YouTube.


If you can't see the video above, watch it at YouTube.


One day, a 21 year old girl named emogirl21 watched EmoKid21Ohio's videos on YouTube and decided to make videos too. She made 6 videos (plus one special one) that told of her sadness and emotional reactions to things that happened to her. She wore dark eyeliner and often had her dark hair covering much of her face. She sometimes responded to Matt's clips (as in the video below). She was glad that she had found someone who felt like she did. Matt was also glad to find someone who felt like he did. Many people watched their videos and many commented. Some praised them but they also attracted quite a few "haters". The comments about their videos were often rude and contained profane language.

After her last, special video, emogirl21 disappeared and has not been seen since then. EmoKid21Ohio disappeared around the same time and has not been found either.


If you can't see the video above, watch it at YouTube.

P.S. To find out what happened to these emo kids, read the 4th paragraph of my article.
Or, you can watch each member's special last video...

Breaking News - 6/13/06
Is EmoKid21Ohio back? There's a new video on his page. Is EmoKid21Ohio also Matthew25 ? Will the EmoKid21Ohio character be making a comeback??? Stay tuned!



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