Dating a goth boy
The lip ring comes out, the Doc Martens go the thrift store and the tattered Cure shirts are locked away in the basement, never to see the light of day ever again. And by all means, do not get into a debate about which bands really fall under goth, industrial or punk genres. But be careful of the suicidal ones. You don't want to be the ugly one in the relationship.
In researching this top, we found many users that were scammers, that trying to steal personal data or money. Each subset has its pros and cons, its faults and benefits, something to admire and adore and something to detest and despise. Goth boys take their vamp delusions rather seriously and may not understand why you are laughing hysterically at their ghoulish goals. Sure, everybody made fun of them behind their backs, but nobody had the chutzpah to do it to their faces. In a way, it made them above the junior high totem, making them a more powerful caste system force than even the preppiest of preps.
Others are nauseatingly banal, downright obsessive and, on the deep, deep side of the pool, positively deranged. Watch where you step in his bedroom.
Goth fellas make for extra-flammable boyfriends. And there was something about that I found inherently appealing. Yes, it's true, most of us don't mind answering questions about ourselves, but being treated like a walking Encyclopedia of Goth all the time can be a bit exhausting. If he's prettier wearing your black dresses than you are - get another boyfriend. Aye, such would be a fate grimmer than death herself.
Try not to make a big deal about it. And with that, I leave you with my four tips for dating a Goth. If you were a sixth grade jock, you hung out with the seventh grade jocks and if you were a seventh grade spoiled princess, you hung out with the spoiled eighth grade princesses. Now, this post isn't about Valentines day specifically, but it does take cues from the romantic air around this time of year. Unless you're blessed with a boy who was born with black hair, you're probably going to be stuck with a boy who feels it neccessary to constantly dye his hair black.