asymptonic: But you can't tell me the first guy to wear a trucker hat Brooklyn loved the style.
Holocaust Agnostic: Zombalupagus: I've always disliked hipsters but could never quite put a finger on why. That article was very illuminating. If you dress goth, or punk, or grunge or whatever, you're trying to say something. When you dress hipster, you're saying nothing. It's nonconformist I guess, but with nothing to say... just random and meaningless, almost nihilistic. That just feels wrong deep in my psyche. It's like not having a personality.They weren't saying anything either. All those people grew up and got haircuts and jobs. Bunch of em outright became The Man.I can see why kids getting their kicks without a self serving hypocritical lie underpinning it would bother someone like that.
abhorrent1: RexTalionis: For many Americans born in the 1980s and 1990s - members of Generation Y, or Millennials - particularly middle-class Caucasians, irony is the primary mode with which daily life is dealt.White people problems.I think it's more that Millennials are to farking lazy and stupid to come up with anything new on their own.
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