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disassociation by style
Disassociation by style, now this doesn't make a whole lot of sense if you think about it
I mean you don't like e because
I don't have as much money as you
so you don't like me because of my
socks, or my shoes, or my pants, or my shirt
which doesn't make sense because
you don't like me because of my pants, you don't like me because of my shirt, you don't like me because I don't have money pouring out of money pouring out of my pocket like an ATM.
It doesn't matter that I'm not old enough to hold a job,
it's because my parents don't have a major in psychology
and their not a doctor so they don't make as much money as your parents so you wont associate yourself with me because I don't have cash so this is,
no expensive shirt/shoes no friends...
That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me, and then,
income tax time comes around and I get decked out and what the cool
kids wear and you tell me that I'm copying everyone else
and that makes me fake.
So I'm dressed in the same clothes
as you and you still don't like my
or my shoes,
or my shirt.
The theory of disassociation by style doesn't make a whole lot of
and by now I'm sure it doesn't
and if it's okay with
the kids at the cool table.
instead of being cool,
I'd rather be myself.