oldenseed on February 24, 2009 7:00 pm I disagree on the Jim from the office assessment as a hipster. His only costume on the show is a shirt and tie. He is a salesman. He drives an Outback. He apparently is good at basketball. He is socially apt, to the extent that all his co-workers like and respect him. He dates Pam who is the opposite of a hipster chick. Seems more like a yuppie to me. His taste in music may be slightly hister-ish. Other than that his slightly shaggy hair is the only other hipster indicator. At worst I’d say he is yuppie-hipster hybrid: a person who shares some hipster worldview and tastes, maybe watches some Jon Stewart but maintains mainstream for social and economic reasons…i.e. sells out by working Mon - Friday at a real job, makes money, networks with mainstream types to move up the ladder.

Terps on February 24, 2009 7:39 pm I hate hipsters. Behind all their irony, there is no substance. Take away the pop culture, fashion trends, and the can of Pabst in their hand and you have stripped them of their personality. Thanks for keeping it real VK, I’m glad I’m not the only one(well, in the MIA I am) who finds this phenomenon distasteful.

Anonymous on February 24, 2009 8:46 pm You already know how I feel about these fucks.

Surprisingly though, I have to say I actually enjoy the Lonely Island guys. Unlike most hipster fucks, their humor can actually make me laugh out loud as opposed to the usual reaction to hipster comedy, which is to turn to the hipster next to you and verbally say “That’s funny.”

Real funny = involuntary laughter reaction. Hipster funny = don’t laugh, but verbally say out loud “That’s so clever/funny” (See Juno/Little Miss Sunshine/Arrested Development/Stephen “The ‘Mo” Colbert/any other comedy middle class whites inexplicably love to pieces)

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