I've got love for hipsters, but that is dumb as fuck. american apparel and urban outfitters are the reason hipsters are so obnoxious nowadays. Before you had to at least try to dress like a hipster, now any 14 year old can head to the nearest urban outfitters, buy an outfit with daddy's card, and look super different, just like the other few hundred people with their exact same outfit...
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That is put so perfectly. They spend so much damn money on looking awful, and the more ugly their clothes get, the more they look like all the other hipster buttholes, and the more 60 dollar shirts they have to buy.
personally I dont understand why American apparel is so popular?... guess its just not my style. Not gonna lie tho there are some parts of the hipster look I dont mind. However overall its a bit much nowadays.
i like to think that we all, unfortunately i may add, have hipster tendencies whether you like it or not. for example, i own almost exclusively canvas/hemp shoes. i also where contacts, but the glasses i own happen to be dark framed and rectangular in shape. however, i am not in fact a hipster.
one must examine one's own life to realize the inner hipster that is slowly chipping away at their being; recognize it and destroy it
fuck you i had someone put a caribeaner on my ear at work the other day, I'm a zipline guide so they are the big steel ones, yea. Was not a happy camper
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