Ive finally found out the term, for the current fashion and ideology of people you see swarming around up in the city centre. Hipsters! I used to call them "Trendies" (Still do), but Trendy is too broad. I looked up about thee "hipsters", these left wing, "counter cultural" types, so called at the forefront of the individualism and style, even though they are in the bloody majority and look a carbon copy of each other, more of them swarming around the city they anyone else! What aload of pretentious, contrived, middle class tossers.
8th November 2005
Look man, they're like zombies, if one bites you, you become one of them! You'll become one of the 90% of people in the City centre who are unique, counter-cultural and individuel. instead of the being in the 10% that is mainstream, conformist and forms the majority, even though there is less of you than the hipsters.
5.56 smoke Haji every day
18th July 2008
Welcome to five years ago.
SeinfeldisKindaOk;5621218Welcome to five years ago.
But they are a brand new fashion everyday! Every Hipster is something new, even though he/she looks the same as the others, he is unique and fresh!
7th January 2011
Do you live under a rock?
Totes;5621226Do you live under a rock?
I dont do much dealing with this world, as its full of crap. When you in the factory all day, working for bread on the table, trudging through oil and grime, you dont have the time or the money to go to trendy coffee cafes to lay witness to these Hipsters. I mean, it aint natrual, coffee, bagels, Hot chocolate with cream? Not to mention Organic fruit bars! None of its proper! They even have signs in the shopping centre that say "Mall floor 1", MALL?????, MALL???????? In England??????? since when do we call shopping centres "Malls"?????? Look man, What I expect is greasy Fry ups, mugs of steaming tea, egg and chips, brown ale and a jukebox in the corner, man, I aint out of date in the slightest!
7th January 2011
wtf you're british?
Faktrl is Best Pony
10th September 2007
"I'd shush her zephyr." ~ Zephyr.
9th October 2007