Punk

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Punk or punks may refer to:

  • Punk rock, a music genre originating in the 1970s associated with various subgenres
  • Punk subculture, a subculture associated with punk rock
  • P.U.N.K.S., a 1999 movie about a group of bullied teens who find a suit created by a scientist
  • Punks (film), a 2001 film centered around a group of LGBT African American friends
  • Punk (fireworks), a smoldering stick used for lighting firework fuse
  • Punk (magazine), a 1970s United States punk music magazine
  • CM Punk (born 1978), American retired professional wrestler
  • The Encyclopedia of Punk, a 2006 reference work by Brian Cogan
  • Punk, a colloquialism for the typha species
  • "Punk", a song from the 2001 Gorillaz self-titled debut album
  • "Punk", a song from the 2003 Ferry Corsten album Right of Way
  • Punk, sometimes term for homosexual, as is pansy or queer.

See also[edit]

  • Cyberpunk or one of its various derivative literary genres
  • Donny the Punk, United States prison reform activist
  • Punk'd, an MTV hidden-camera television program