In terms of offensiveness, adopting elements of other cultures is a slippery slope. The odd henna tattoo here and there is deemed pretty acceptable but this hipster ran full pelt into the realm of ignorant jerk-off. Stop smiling, take it off and give it back. Besides anything else, you look ridiculous.
2. Putting Things in Mason Jars
Hipsters love jars. Jars, jars, jars! They love them so much they've started serving your dinner out of them. Yes, you heard us. Look at this deconstructed spaghetti bolognese. That you have to make yourself. Then pay for. Pay quite a lot for actually. Oh, and a service fee! That's funny, because I basically had to make it myself...GET IT OUT OF MY FACE!
Apparently East London hipsters are no longer satisfied with pub darts. May we begrudgingly introduce "Urban Axe Throwing," where middle-class 20-somethings throw an axe at a target. Who knew hipsters harbored such aggression? We hope this doesn't point towards a violent uprising. We shall never surrender!
Ok, we know the bees are in a bad way of late, so beekeeping is actually helpful but that's not the point. These are hipsters that are beekeeping. And that is just so annoying. Newsflash, bees aren't ironic accessories guys, they're BEES.
The hipster's BFF is its black-rimmed glasses. This guy realized he couldn't look fiercely intellectual 100% of the time, which frankly wouldn't do. But now he can swim, sleep and hurl axes knowing the world thinks he's smart. Here's a little secret though...it doesn't.
It's a mystery to us, but somewhere along the line antlers became a thing. Despite most hipsters boasting about how green and vegetarian they are, they don't seem to have any issue nailing a deer caracas to their bedroom wall. We could say the tattoo is in a little better taste...but we won't.
As if dressing tiny humans in flannel wasn't already enough, hipsters are also forcing their pets to dress like douchebags. Yes, we are very aware Muffin is a rescue, you've told us five times. But the fact he's dressed like an angsty lumberjack negates your good deed entirely.
If you don't love pumpkin spice, you may as well be dead. At least, that's what most hipsters believe. I mean, pumpkin spice is OK, but we don't need it to flavor literally everything we eat or drink for six months of the year. And now pumpkin spice kale chips? Was there ever a more hipster snack? The answer is no.
Facial fuzz fanatics, we already suspected your beards had bits of food stuck in them. And we were probably right. But now if we get too close to you we run the risk of finding an entire (hairy) Happy Meal. We are now drawing an invisible personal space barrier around us. You may not cross it.
This is an urban teepee used for, and we quote, "recreation and reflection." It is an adult-sized tent that is indoors and we just can't handle that. You're not in the desert "discovering yourself." Iou're in your extortionate loft apartment being a d****!
If your great grandparents handed anything down to you, lock it away pronto! Hipsters love an antique; it makes them feel cultured in this shallow, millennial world. This whimsical Victorian bicycle was not designed for street racing, but the joke's on them: It's super hard to ride so hopefully they'll all fall off.
Hipsters have made some weird stuff trendy over the years, "trendy" roughly translating as "inordinately expensive." Until recently, brussel sprouts were known as the green things you cook at Christmas that children hide in their napkins. So why are they now a $12 side dish? The pants I am wearing cost that much! What is this life?!