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The Young Persons Guide To Being A…. Yougn Person! Essay, Research Paper For more information: Try the following websites – This booklet was designed to guide you through some very turbulent times. I aim to open your eyes to all sorts of new possibilities. If you have been troubled by the advice given or cannot understand why the townies have to hate the pikies… well do not feel bad, because neither can I. A young person’s guide to being… A young person ! By Ben Heuvel The Townie Rebellious, Hostile, Violent. Aged generally between 9 to 20. Townies like to hang around in large groups as this gives them the feeling of superiority.

They are generally seen at weekends or during school hours as they have a tendency to play truant. It could be said that being a townie is a form of ‘poor man’s rebellion’ and this is evident as most of them do come from families that have struggled in some way or another. To become a townie you need very little. You need to wear sports brands (Adidas, Nike, Kappa) or you can choose to wear fake sports brands when you start up but you will need ‘real names’ to get you praised in their society. For accessories, you need a bag with stripes on it, large gold or fake gold rings, a cap, and a pierced ear. You need to be able to smoke cigarettes or ‘rollups’ and yell in the street to your mates. The girls need to wear a belt, which they call a skirt and always yell at any

boy who looks below her face! Hanging out at the amusements and the cheap cinemas is the place to be seen. YOU MUST HATE ALL PIKIES, BE PREPARED TO START A FIGHT AS LONG AS YOU CAN DEFINITELY WIN AND ALWAYS TALK ABOUT YOUR BIG BROTHER WHO WILL PROTECT YOU. The New Aged Trendy Love topshop, Rich, Drink at pubs. Aged between 15 to 25. Trendies are the new generation of mostly rich public school boys who mix only with their own sort and generally are the popular gang at school. Some people strive to be ‘a trendy’ all their school life but some never make it. Being a trendy eventually wears off as people need to think for themselves once they have finished school. They meet at weekends and go to shopping centres to buy some new branded sunglasses with their pocket money for a

mere hundred pounds. To become a trendy is very difficult. Once you have all the gear, (The latest gap moto- i.e. “Everybody in Leather”) you need to buy the friendship of trendies. One way to go about this is to have a house party with many crates of booze, no parents and lots of boys and girls. Trendies say no to drugs, so do not let any dope into the party. Another way to join the trendies is to start free fake ID printing for them to get them into pubs. WATCH OUT : TRENDIES CAN BE VERY SHALLOW AND CAN BE ONLY A FAKE FRIEND AS LONG AS YOU KEEP GIVING THEM THINGS AND MONEY. IF THEY EVER GET INTO TROUBLE, THE NEWCOMER CAN OFTEN BE THROWN OUT AND BLAMED. The Boarder / Biker Hard, not always law-abiding, likes punk music. Aged between 10 to 18. This culture is dominated by

boys seeking to do a sport that combines danger with excitement. It is risky and this is why it is such a thrill. To start up you need a bike or board and just a T-shirt with a manufacture’s stamp. This will get you the respect needed to start up. Also, you need a nice pair of ‘baggies.’ (Baggy trousers) The hardcore bikers / boarders are pot smokers and do have strong feelings against the rulers of the land as they are generally putting rules in the way of this harmless thrill seeking culture. The Goth ‘Metalers’, Cross-dressing, Self-abusive. Aged between 15 to 30+. All Goths have their own style. Generally, they wear black and listen to heavy metal. They have black hair and wear satanic necklaces. They do look evil but really very few of them actually practice