Friday, April 01, 2016

Misjudging Hipsters

This has now happened three times which compels me to make a meme as an apology. 



Though I will plead with these "conservative hipsters" to ditch the salmon jeans, hit the gym, and get a real haircut.  You have no idea how much you're wearing the enemy's uniform and confusing the rest of us.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

"The enemy's uniform." Haha!! Ain't that the truth!

Mark Matis said...

What else would one expect from a Starship captain who was just a wannabe tailor:

"Make it sew!"

The Question said...

Thankfully I live in the Seattle region so if they're dressed like a hipster chances are it's safe to pass judgment.

Reminds me of Dave Chapelle's old standup:

Girl: Just because I'm dressed this way does not make me a whore!

Dave: You're not a whore. But you're in a whore's uniform.

Carnivore said...

The "salmon jeans" bit made me laugh. I recall shopping for some standard, boring Levi's a couple years ago and seeing the latest - red Levi's - and doing a double take. What comes around goes around. The following Levi's ad aired when I was in high school - 1972. Besides the red jeans (towards the end), the extra wide belt was the latest - replacing the skinny belts from the 60's. The most unusual jean attribute in the ad, although unseen, is that Levi's were being made in the USA in '72.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBYgbeT6ciI

Lucas Temple (a.k.a. Armenia4ever) said...

Haha.

I wear skinny jeans and v necks when I'm not working. A social justice type I struck up a conversation with me later told me he couldn't believe how racist and sexist I was.

It came in handy during the February meetup protests though. They never suspected me as I walked by.

Fun fact:One of my leftist and male feminist friends told me I'm the most masculine metro sexual looking man he knows, something he didn't think possible.

This worries me a bit.

Laguna Beach Fogey said...

I've been pointing this out for years.

A lot of these hipsters just need some guidance.

Btw, red trousers--also pink, white, blue, and green--are cool.

Anonymous said...

The canonical source of red pants aren't dyed Levi's, they're Nantucket Reds: http://www.nantucketreds.com/collections/nantucket-reds-collection