PUNK was Attitude, If you think you're a punk then you most likely aren't . Punk is not dead. Just the attitude is.

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Punk was " I dont give a F*ck". Not giving a fu*k about what is cool or not cool, what is punk rock or not punk rock, or what is acceptable or what isn't. Plain and simple: Punk is a state of mind. If you think you're a punk then you most likely arent. Who gives a fuck.
Punk: "I listen to pop punk and I dont give a shit if its cool or not" 
Douche: "Ughhh. Punks aren't allowed to like any bands that aren't in the Punk Rock Approved Hand Booklet that we all get when we up our mohawks for the first time. What are you doing, you trendy mall-shopping fuck? Punk was cloths You made not a fashion.Sissified by emo and Goth. Punk in other names has always been around. the Sex Pistols  group of fans would come to be known as the Bromley Contingent and featured among others Siouxsie, Sid Vicious,Debbie, Soo Catwoman, Simon Barker, Sharon, Tracey, Billy Idol, Steve Severin to name a few were the beginning of what is now known as "PUNK".
But once You become known are You really Punk anymore?  Before them we were Punk here in America. long hair, shirt un tucked, sleeves rolled up not giving a shit the opposite of Hippies, that was pre punk. Elvis was Punk, he shocked the status quo. Patty Smyth, New York dolls to name a few. To make it short "If you think you're a punk then you most likely aren't ". 
punk rock
Punk rock (or "punk") is a rock music genre that emerged in the mid-1970s in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. Rooted in 1960s garage rockand other forms of what is now known as "proto-punk" music, punk rock bands rejected perceived excesses of mainstream 1970s rock.
Debbie Juvenile was often considered to be a member of The Bromley Contingent. One of the few members of the infamous South London fan-gang who wasn’t actually in a band, Debbie instead had a job as an assistant at Vivienne and Malcolm’s shop “Seditionaries” at 430 Kings Road in Chelsea.
Close friend of Siouxsie with a Bromley Contingent membership. 17 year old Debbie was a small peroxide blonde with an outgoing streetwise personality. Sold 'Anarchy in the UK' mags on the Pistols infamous 'Anarchy' tour of 1978. Can be seen singing backing vocals with Steve and Sid during their rendition of 'The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle' in the film of the same name. Another punkette who when the Pistols folded went back to the streets where she worked the notorious Shepherds Market area of London.

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