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post #76 of 189
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

It's the hipster part that is elusive though, right?

Coming from the person with an ironic hipster avatar?
post #77 of 189
I tried going to a brunch place last Saturday, the wait was an hour and 45 minutes. Fuck that. Brunch is nice but I'm no hipster.
post #78 of 189
I like brunch, but fuck waiting in any sort of line for eggs and toast.
post #79 of 189
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Coming from the person with an ironic hipster avatar?

That's a photo of me, stupid.
post #80 of 189
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

That's a photo of me, stupid.

Hipster!!!
post #81 of 189
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

I tried going to a brunch place last Saturday, the wait was an hour and 45 minutes. Fuck that. Brunch is nice but I'm no hipster.

what else can you possibly have to do on a Saturday confused.gif
post #82 of 189
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

what else can you possibly have to do on a Saturday confused.gif

Advance his MC modeling career?
post #83 of 189
I recall brunch from childhood as going to a fancy buffet after church with the grandparents. Now, however, I refuse to accompany my friends to "brunch" and any girl that exclaims her proclivity towards "brunching" immediately makes me ffffuuuu.gif I will always choose to cook breakfast myself than to put up with this nouveau "brunch" that consists of 24-year-olds who are proud of waking up at 1 PM, and of not knowing who the governor of their home state is ("Whatever. Some prick."). The ones who look like they were dressed by a first-generation Sony robot (heavy flannel work short, unflattering and tiny Russell Athletic gym shorts, gladiator sandals, facial hair "art"). Predictably, these "adults" drank more than everyone else in the world last night, and express this rad-ness through loud shrieks and yips.
post #84 of 189
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Originally Posted by speedy4500 View Post

I recall brunch from childhood as going to a fancy buffet after church with the grandparents. Now, however, I refuse to accompany my friends to "brunch" and any girl that exclaims her proclivity towards "brunching" immediately makes me ffffuuuu.gif I will always choose to cook breakfast myself than to put up with this nouveau "brunch" that consists of 24-year-olds who are proud of waking up at 1 PM, and of not knowing who the governor of their home state is ("Whatever. Some prick."). The ones who look like they were dressed by a first-generation Sony robot (heavy flannel work short, unflattering and tiny Russell Athletic gym shorts, gladiator sandals, facial hair "art"). Predictably, these "adults" drank more than everyone else in the world last night, and express this rad-ness through loud shrieks and yips.

They're still 1000 better than yuppies, people who also brunch and go to wine bars.
post #85 of 189
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

They're still 1000 better than yuppies, people who also brunch and go to wine bars.

Oh, I think this is more of what I am than a hipster. Do I still get to be one if I only go to brunch or wine bars 1-3 times a year?
post #86 of 189
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

Oh, I think this is more of what I am than a hipster. Do I still get to be one if I only go to brunch or wine bars 1-3 times a year?

I think even I am more of a yuppie than a hipster, I mean I have a blackberry and no ipad/iphone...
post #87 of 189
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

I think even I am more of a yuppie than a hipster, I mean I have a blackberry and no ipad/iphone...

Yeah, I have a white collar job and am in a long term relationship with a woman who owns a contemporary art gallery. We have gym memberships and an LA Times subscription and hate going to see bands. I don't think anyone would accuse me of being hip anymore.
post #88 of 189
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

Yeah, I have a white collar job and am in a long term relationship with a woman who owns a contemporary art gallery. We have gym memberships and an LA Times subscription and hate going to see bands. I don't think anyone would accuse me of being hip anymore.

You go to the gym?
post #89 of 189
No, I just have a membership.


...hey wait, fuck you.
post #90 of 189
Membership does not equal attendance.


Fack beat by the man himself
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