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ITT: We emulate ourselves and our ideal mate with hipster dress-up games

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http://www.dolldivine.com/hipster-dress-up-game.php
http://www.dolldivine.com/hipster-girl-dress-up.php

>tfw no hipster gf

 
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“Hipster” is a…

 
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Originally posted by MarFraTho:

“Hipster” is a…

DON’T INVITE HIM

 
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I generally look almost exactly like this.

 
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tfw hipster gf

You guys suck

 
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were you trying to emulate Laine

No, I was just trying to emulate the ideal gf.

BUT NOW THERE’S NO DENYING IT

 
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My iconic facial hair isn’t an option.

I refuse.

 
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My facial hair is starting to look a lot like Alex’s, actually.
But this is close enough.

Also don’t really have specific expectations for a mate.

 
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and

 
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k

 
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I’ve come to the conclusion that every male hipster has a severely chapped nose.

 
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5/5

 
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Gevock, you look like a blind, malnourished cancer patient.

 
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It’s too bad there’s no weight option, Luke.

I don’t feel any further explanation is required.

 
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Originally posted by Octotrigmeth:

It’s too bad there’s no weight option, Luke.

I looked for “skinnyfat” but couldn’t find it.
 
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Because that is the traditional avatar size, and I do not feel that tainting BnBn’s legacy is necessary.

 
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“Hipster” is a term co-opted for use as a meaningless pejorative in order to vaguely call someone else’s authenticity into question and, by extension, claim authenticity for yourself.

It serves no conversational function and imparts no information, save for indicating the opinions and preferences of the speaker.

Meanwhile, a market myth has sprung up around the term, as well as a cultural bogeyman consisting of elusive white 20-somethings who wear certain clothes (but no one will agree on what), listen to certain music (no one can agree on this either), and act a certain way (you’ve probably sensed the pattern on your own).

You can’t define what “that kind of behavior or fashion or lifestyle” actually is, nor will you ever be able to. That’s because you don’t use “hipster” to describe an actual group of people, but to describe a fictional stereotype that is an outlet for literally anything that annoys you.

The twist, of course, is that if it weren’t for your own insecurities, nothing that a “hipster” could do or wear would ever affect you emotionally. But you are insecure about your own authenticity – “Do I wear what I wear because I want to? Do I listen to my music because I truly like it? I’m certainly not like those filthy hipsters!” – so you project those feelings.

Suffice it to say, no one self-identifies as a hipster; the term is always applied to an Other, to separate the authentic Us from the inauthentic, “ironic” Them.

 
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“Hipster” is a term co-opted for use as a meaningless pejorative in order to vaguely call someone else’s authenticity into question and, by extension, claim authenticity for yourself.

It serves no conversational function and imparts no information, save for indicating the opinions and preferences of the speaker.

Meanwhile, a market myth has sprung up around the term, as well as a cultural bogeyman consisting of elusive white 20-somethings who wear certain clothes (but no one will agree on what), listen to certain music (no one can agree on this either), and act a certain way (you’ve probably sensed the pattern on your own).

You can’t define what “that kind of behavior or fashion or lifestyle” actually is, nor will you ever be able to. That’s because you don’t use “hipster” to describe an actual group of people, but to describe a fictional stereotype that is an outlet for literally anything that annoys you.

The twist, of course, is that if it weren’t for your own insecurities, nothing that a “hipster” could do or wear would ever affect you emotionally. But you are insecure about your own authenticity – “Do I wear what I wear because I want to? Do I listen to my music because I truly like it? I’m certainly not like those filthy hipsters!” – so you project those feelings.

Suffice it to say, no one self-identifies as a hipster; the term is always applied to an Other, to separate the authentic Us from the inauthentic, “ironic” Them.

 
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>tfw no white hipster girls in your area

 
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>cocoa calling me obese

>is cocoa

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I fucking
hate
hipsters
kill them all

 
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Originally posted by necrobestiality:

I fucking
hate
hipsters
kill them all

“Hipster” is a term co-opted for use as a meaningless pejorative in order to vaguely call someone else’s authenticity into question and, by extension, claim authenticity for yourself.

It serves no conversational function and imparts no information, save for indicating the opinions and preferences of the speaker.

Meanwhile, a market myth has sprung up around the term, as well as a cultural bogeyman consisting of elusive white 20-somethings who wear certain clothes (but no one will agree on what), listen to certain music (no one can agree on this either), and act a certain way (you’ve probably sensed the pattern on your own).

You can’t define what “that kind of behavior or fashion or lifestyle” actually is, nor will you ever be able to. That’s because you don’t use “hipster” to describe an actual group of people, but to describe a fictional stereotype that is an outlet for literally anything that annoys you.

The twist, of course, is that if it weren’t for your own insecurities, nothing that a “hipster” could do or wear would ever affect you emotionally. But you are insecure about your own authenticity – “Do I wear what I wear because I want to? Do I listen to my music because I truly like it? I’m certainly not like those filthy hipsters!” – so you project those feelings.

Suffice it to say, no one self-identifies as a hipster; the term is always applied to an Other, to separate the authentic Us from the inauthentic, “ironic” Them.

 
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People need to stop trying to be me.