Although many of them are considered "scene" names more than "emo" they do sound pretty neat and could be used in a variety of ways. If you chose something like the above then people could call you, for instance, "Arsenic" instead of "Amie" or "Arsenic Amie" if you preferred. Even neater, you could change the name into a nick name of, for example, "Acid" instead of "Acidic Amie" if you liked.
If you perfer to not have your name or the letter "A" associated with it then go for simple, true emo names. I, personally, wouldn't dare call someone something that I've listed below; however, you may find something that sparks your interested, like:
Short-Cut (if you're short!)
E-Mo (if you've seen Wall-E then it's cute)
[The] Emotionally Wounded [Kid]
Unhappy Bliss (UnBliss for short?)
I'm sure you can find something, somewhere, that is more original than "Pain on Wrists" because if I were emo, I'd be pretty ashamed that I was so...cliche. Yeah.
I hope I found you something above that suited you well. I'm sure a good nickname will come to you soon! If you have any more questions please feel free to ask me! :) [ Peeps's advice column | Ask Peeps A Question ]
mariahwannabe answered Sunday January 18 2009, 9:08 am: Automatic Amie
AMIstery ( pronounced A mystery)
These are only a few I could think of - if you wrote down who you are as a person - it would make it easier to come up with names ; get back to me if you want and I could help more
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