or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › Why are hipsters so into waiting in line for brunch?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Why are hipsters so into waiting in line for brunch?

post #1 of 189
Thread Starter 
Thanks.
post #2 of 189
Mama's on Washington Square by any chance?
post #3 of 189
It really is perplexing, and it has been going on for many years!
post #4 of 189
It's when they wake up. Also, they don't have jobs, nor do they know how to cook, so this satisfies the need for food as well as the constant need to be seen out and seem busy. Duh.

Plus, taking whoever you slept with out in public the next morning is sort of a trophy issue. Bedhead is important. Otherwise she should be wearing one of your shirts, preferably the one you wore the night before.
post #5 of 189
Quote:
Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

It's when they wake up. Also, they don't have jobs, nor do they know how to cook, so this satisfies the need for food as well as the constant need to be seen out and seem busy. Duh.
Plus, taking whoever you slept with out in public the next morning is sort of a trophy issue. Bedhead is important. Otherwise she should be wearing one of your shirts, preferably the one you wore the night before.

Portland has much to learn from you, master.
post #6 of 189
When you were back on the farm, did your parents give you "The Talk" about going out into the world and encountering people who screw outside the fam?
post #7 of 189
The last time I went to brunch was in 1999 for my grandparents' 50th anniversary. Apparently it's a big deal.
post #8 of 189
Quote:
Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

The last time I went to brunch was in 1999 for my grandparents' 50th anniversary. Apparently it's a big deal.

You should get more friends.
post #9 of 189
wtf is brunch? don't tell me what it is, because i clearly know. but wtf?
post #10 of 189
Breakfast and lunch evolve to.. brunch.
post #11 of 189
anyone ever hear of a late breakfast?
post #12 of 189
Because they are fucking idiots. That also explains most of the other things that they do, but you already know that.
post #13 of 189
I mean when I'm home I go to brunch every Sunday with my family. My parents are definitely not hipsters nor am I
post #14 of 189
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post

You should get more friends.

No.
post #15 of 189
on the east coast they wait in line for cupcakes
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › Why are hipsters so into waiting in line for brunch?