Look at this fucking hipster


“One day my Fairy Godmother will come and rescue me from this horrible place. And she’ll be like, ‘You are going to this awesome totally fuckin’ VIP party tonight.’ And she’ll wave her wand and turn my bike into a huge pumpkin. And then I’ll make a salvia bong out of that pumpkin. And then my evil stepbrothers will walk in and be like, ‘You idiot. Now you don’t even have a bike.’ And I’ll be like, ‘Yeah, whatever. You’re just jealous because I have a magic pumpkin bong and crystal Vans.’ And then I’ll go to that party, and I’ll meet Prince Cobrasnake. And he’ll take, like, a million pictures of me licking Steve Aoki’s face.”

You and I both know how much I hate hipsters. You and I both know how much I love to make fun of hipsters. Therefore, you must know how much I love this site:

Look at this fucking hipster.

4 thoughts on “Look at this fucking hipster

  1. Ironically, the one element that differentiates “Look at this fucking hipster” from all the other sweaty hipster party photo sites already out there (Cobra Snake, Dance Right, etc) is the inclusion of the snarky captions, which is a rather hipstery move in itself — self-referential snark.

    I’m continuing to refine my own personal definition of a hipster. For the longest time, I thought anyone who spoke the word “hipster” was immediately transformed into one themselves — any person that spent any time thinking or talking about hipsters was, in fact, a hipster.

    But lately, I’m thinking that the modern hipster is any young-ish person that puts forth more-than-average effort towards making fashion choices that have the final effect of looking as though no time or thought went into them, all-the-while having no real ideology. Also, fluorescent colors.

    Maybe that’s it: a young person who wears fluorescent colors and has no ideology.

    Thoughts?

    1. i think a lot of it has to do with a sort of very self-conscious irony. so, irony as an ideology. i mean really, people don’t choose to dress like this because they think it LOOKS GOOD?

  2. Hmm, irony AS ideology. I think you’re onto something here Bert. And it’s sort of like a protective film around your thoughts/ideas…everything you say is bracketed with irony so that at any point if someone calls you out and asks you to defend your ideals, you can shrug and be like “I was just playin!”

    plus flourescent.

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