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You get to collect awesome stuff When ‘regular’ people collect stuff they run the risk of looking weird, geeky and nerdy.But not you, grown up Gothling, because you’ve been collecting those things your entire life.All around us we see gorgeous people, on television, in movies and magazines.We see ugly people too, but they're not the main actors.You still like doing the same things (loitering in graveyards, going to gigs, doing taxidermy classes) that you always did.But now as a grown-up, you’ve just got more money to spend on those cherished pursuits.

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You’re culturally advanced Ok, that might sound like a humble brag – hell, just a brag – but while your contemporaries filled their teenage time trying to be popular and vying for the attention of the cool sporty guys, you were reading Poe, listening to The Cure and replicating Pollock masterpieces with your own menstrual blood.When other people say things like, ‘I can’t be alone, I always need to be with people’ you roll your eyes. Motto: Have you ever thought to yourself, I am ugly?Your music, art, fashion and lifestyle choices may veer towards the dark side – but at least they’ve evolved past trying to look like Kate Middle-of-the-road-ton and watching Friends re-runs (#justnotfunnyanymore.) A ‘basic bitch’ you ain’t, but we’re not hating on those that are – we’re too evolved for that.

(Anita in 2003, during the ‘Cyber Goth’ years – goggles optional.) Your friends are for life Your teenage Goth crew and you are bonded for life.

As you get older, you transition into grown-Goth/posh-Goth/health-Goth/Goth-luxe/boho-Goth or one of the numerous self-styled fashion criteria of adult Goth that you prefer. Black staples, accented with neon (cybergoth), white (trad Goth), lace (elegant Goth Lolita), or a casual top hat (steampunk) make getting dressed every day as easy as robbing a grave.