I have the gold bars and I do agree to meet you on Sesame street... I arrive one minute early and start discussing the bizznizz...
THEN I reveal to you that I'm actually a double agent! You have lost! I have captured you and your blatant hate for candles.
(Candles just smell good and I thought everyone likes candles.)
"Put simply, a Goth is someone who finds beauty in things others consider dark. They love all that is dark and mysterious. That doesn't mean Goths are evil, it just means they have a different perspective to many. And it also doesn't mean Goths are unkind, violent or lacking in humour, in fact quite the opposite is true. Goths love to laugh but their humour is more of the black comedy sort. They aren't sad because they like dark things - dark things make them happy and inspire them. Goths are often intelligent, romantic and artistic realists. Being Goth is not about how one dresses. Most of what you can find written about Goth is that it was something that was born out of the Punk movement in the late 70’s and that most Goths wear black. I disagree. Goth isn’t something that was created in the 70’s because it always was but it is when the term "Gothic" came about to describe the new bands that came about then.
There isn't a color code to Goth fashion and Goths definitely don’t always wear black. A Pastel Goth's heart is as dark as a Goth's who wears all black. Goths also don’t all listen to the same bands. Goth music comes in a wide variety of genres from Goth Pop to Neo-Classical to Goth Folk etc. They do not worship Satan and aren’t members of a cult. Goths can be found around the globe and come from many different backgrounds and ethnicity. The Goth culture is very big in Japan and Germany.
Like every group, what they like and do varies from individual to individual. Having said that, Goths all have one thing in common…that they find beauty in what others consider dark. For example, I have always found dead trees beautiful and instead of having crushes on the good guys in films I tended towards the dark characters that seemed powerful, had deep booming voices and dark music always seemed to be playing when they were shown on screen (Darth Vader, Ra in Stargate). I always loved the dark music that I only heard in movie soundtracks as a child. You see, Goth to me isn’t something that one becomes but something one is."