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hipster

(ˈhɪpstɚ)
n. a youth of the 1950s, characterized by an interest in jazz and cool things. Were the hipsters the ones with the big shoulder pads?
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Another key tenet of hipster racism, Dubrofsky notes, is that it is veiled in irony: "I think hipster racism emerged as we saw an increase in ironic, self-reflexive humour in popular forms of media.
And we have those people we call hipsters to thank.
But London's renowned hipster favourites have only seen modest growth in property prices.
The Aroma Bravo Coffee and Tea team hopes for these hipster coffee trends to end soon, and recommends serious coffee lovers to enjoy a simple cup of brewed coffee at home instead of following the latest fad online.
Shankly's mind would melt these days but the irony is that his great big pal was probably the original football hipster.
A nivel politico (desarrollado en los capitulos tercero y cuarto), y a pesar del aspecto contracultural del que goza, la escena hipster ostenta unos valores que son afines a los de la derecha mas clasica.
Alongside the familiar hipsters trying to get their fashion label off the ground, viewers watch Nick and Christiaan as Thinge and Roger, Kiwi assassins undercover in Australia; as Sticks and Rocky, cavemen with an occasional taste for babies; and as Rob and Dave, employees at a time-travel company.
The Urban Dictionary defines hipsters as "a subculture of men and women, typically in their 20s and 30s, that value independent thinking, counter-culture, progressive politics".
In a short video posted on YouTube this morning, a somewhat creepy-looking hipster in plaid, with a full beard, glasses, and cap stumbles around Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard, apologizing profusely for anything and everything that happens through no fault of his own, be it a car accident or coffee spilt on him.
These laser-cut intimates move with your body and are invisible under clothing, plus they're comfortable whether you prefer the hipster or the thong.
The only parties who do not have external sponsors today are the Hipsters.
In terms of fashion, hipsters here are breaking down gender norms that have never been challenged before.
The mere mention of the fact that there are hipsters outs you as not being one.
According to the Urban Dictionary, hipsters are a subculture of men and women in their 20s and 30s who value independent thinking and progressive politics.
Among the HIPsters panel, more than half have made major changes in their diet and have adopted healthier cooking habits such as grilling, cooking from scratch and using slow cookers.