Hipsters hated the term before everyone else started to.
“Hey want to come to my high school play except I’m calling it a band?”
A party of hipsters is a refutation of their identity as unique individuals.
One of a few Portland roast jokes: When people in Portland talk about their black friend they’re all talking about the same guy.
People always want you to read what a tattoo says even though they all say the same thing, “look at me.”
I’ve been selling old newspapers by calling them “vintage.”
I’m writing a book called “Chicken Soup for the Twenty-Something Teenage Soul.”
I was writing in my notebook at a party full of pretentious hipsters when someone walked up and said, “what do you think you’re better than everyone here?” I told him, “of course I think I’m better than everyone here. That’s exactly why I fit in.”
There’s a subtle distinction between going to a concert and yelling out, “play another one” versus yelling, “play a different one.”
I’m not laughing at you I’m laughing against you.
Now even celebrities wear ironic clothing. I never thought I’d see the day where the mighty wake and dress themselves with sarcasm.
An ironic t-shirt typically has a double meaning. In addition to whatever the shirt says it usually means you’re an ass.
The ‘counter’ in counter culture now refers to the counter at a clothing store.
Don’t let the fact that they’re people fool you into treating them as such.
The 1960’s profoundly changed the way revolution is bought, sold and worn around at parties.
The road less travelled has become rather crowded of late.