- Oct 22, 2004
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Well, thankfully Hypebeasts took back Stone Island from the soccer hooligans.
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Hopefully, when this happens you will not be cleaning your AR and just happen to casually swing it over your shoulder in order to not leave a firearm unsecured when you go to investigate the frisbee.I'm afraid that one of these summer evenings will find me grilling on my porch in my favorite Hawaiian shirt. I'll notice something out in the front lawn-- a frisbee? What is that? It's dark, so I grab a nearby citronella tiki torch for light, and head out to investigate. A neighbor sees me wandering around and asks if everything's ok. I give him the "OK" thing with my hand, and at that precise moment a passing dog walker takes my picture, instantly ruining my life.
I found this helpful guide:If thousands of tiktokers and young people everywhere start using it, they'll drown that ascribed meaning in an ocean of meaningless in a matter of weeks - this is how we claim back everyday symbols like that. If we stay silent and accept it, they win. I want a million march for BLM with everyone in hawaiian shirts doing to claim that shit back from a small minority of assholes. or maybe that's giving them too much importance...?
You know, I'm actually a bit relieved seeing this headline simply because without fail, by the time the NYT covers a subculture or trend it is long since dead.
This came up about a month ago on Twitter. Feels extremely niche and on the scale of online happenings, kind of old news.You know, I'm actually a bit relieved seeing this headline simply because without fail, by the time the NYT covers a subculture or trend it is long since dead.
edit: or already completely absorbed into the mainstream. maybe I shouldn't be relieved after all