Emotive Health Bill
Lam nio b n sa pagtaas ng bilang ng emo sa pinas ay tumataas ang ekonomiya ng ating bansa? Madaming nabigyan ng trabaho sa pagbubukas ng mga bagong pabrika ng blade at eye liner. Dumami rin ang mga barber shops at higit sa lahat… maraming ngppakamatay kaya lumiliit ang populasyon. Kya kung gusto m maging emo, GO FOR IT! Isa kng bayani n gating bansa! [Bob Ong]
I may not be absolutely correct with the source of the quote since everybody in the group messaging battalions are pretending to have read some Bob Ong book of humor, though in actuality, they aren’t even aware of the real identity of the author if he is real, or is just a group of witty writers.
Anyway, the point of this post is that I strongly detest EMOs. Okay fine, call me judgmental but if they think they have freedom of expression, I’m abusing it as well.
I have no relevant idea if they’re just some unfortunate fusion of the punk rock dudes and the loner geeks, but I know for a fact that the emo clique was borne out of music called emo rock. They spend their time “wallowing” on their sad random thoughts about life, and subsequently and straightforwardly, feel the urge to end it.
They argue their need of understanding, but I sure am giving some damn of pity on them instead. These are exact circumstances when psychiatric concerns should be raised. Not to mention, parents whose children are experiencing this should keep an eye on their forlorn offspring.
Therefore I have come up with an idea of heaving our freedom of expression on them by this kind of design for T-shirts I phtoshopped days ago. If you hate them, say it. I’ve done the finish with a red copyediting mark on that, journalist style.
And because I’m a media nut, piracy of that design is strictly prohibited.