To me, fauxhawks show a lack of commitment, weekend dabblers in "edginess", the recuperation of what once was genuinely disturbing and is now merely "cute". You can just comb it right out and look totally normal the next day. There's no going back from a real 'hawk. You can't just wake up one day and decide to do your hair normal. There is no half-assing a mohawk. Either do it right, or don't fucking do it at all.
It's a (theoretically) free country, people can look like idiots if they want to. God knows I do. But at least I'm an idiot with a sense of commitment. Fauxhawks are just sad.
I totally agree. I kinda started a little mohawk fad at the highschool i went to last year. it went from just me having one to a couple others actually rockin the hawk and i was proud...then all these fucking poser preps started the fauxhawks and i actually felt ashamed....to me they just show that the person is a sheep...totally ruled my society in what they think and do. so i totally agree, either do it right or dont fucking do it at all!
kevin, no fauxhawks aren't gay, I'm gay. gay is not equal to stupid, thanks.
But yes, the fauxhawks are just a sign that some kid wants something but not bad enough to commit.
Hawks are a like a good relationship, they take dedication and hard work. You have to be badass enough to take the clippers to the sides of your head... and a fauxhawk says, "No, I'm not badass, but I wish I was!"
my mom wouldnt let me get mine so i walked to the place and slapped the cash on the counter and said "I want a mohawk."
with a big ol goofy smile on my face.
then hungout with my boyfriend and some friends and went home
lol kinda smae with me, mom said no so i went to my buddies house and got smashed and came home with a bright green mohawk and thats how it started and it seemed like she just didnt want to do it herslef cause she didnt care at all about it after i got it and even helped me spike it the next day ^^