Stuff Hipsters Hate: A Field Guide to the Passionate by Brenna Ehrlich, Andrea Bartz

By Brenna Ehrlich, Andrea Bartz

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"Depressingly astute."

--The New Yorker

"Wickedly funny."

--The Frisky

From the dive bars of Brooklyn's Williamsburg to the soiled alleys of San Francisco's undertaking, the city hipster has redefined American cool with a sighing disdain for every thing mainstream. Hipsters are simply pointed out via their tired footwear, fixies and PBR tallboys, yet beforehand not anyone had investigated past the hipster glance to the much more hilarious hipster psyche. With in my view researched articles, revealing illustrations and precious charts and graphs, Stuff Hipsters Hate exposes the bottomless good of impassioned scorn that motivates the ever-apathetic hipster, including:

MATING AND SOCIAL HATES

♦buying you a drink

♦monogamy

♦texting again in a well timed fashion

APPAREL AND GROOMING HATES

♦high heels

♦muscles

♦being requested approximately their tattoos

WORK AND existence HATES

♦full-time jobs

♦knowing their financial institution balance

♦enthusiasm

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The Haggleworth clan found out I was diddling their sister and I was jumped and roped and dragged behind Jenny’s car as she drove through the streets of Haggleworth. These were lawless days when men took it upon themselves to impose justice. Jazz great Erroll Garner was in town doing a two-week stint at Pinky’s Inferno. He saw me being dragged through town and went off to get my brothers. I guess their hatred for the Haggleworths was greater than their hated for me, because pretty quickly all eight of the Burgundy boys were in town.

Ron About six miles. Ron Do you want to discuss life some more while we walk? Ron No, let’s shut it down until after we eat. Night after night like a ghost I walked the streets of San Diego holding conversations with only myself. Sometimes the conversations were trivial, like the time I got into an argument over which dog breed, Labrador or collie, was better at learning tricks, but sometimes they reached a sublime level of deep thinking, like this conversation I recorded while sitting on a transit bus.

It’s the naysayers who get me. I like surprising people. I always have. I think everyone in the world took it for granted that I would not have the balls to write this book. I’ve got the balls, big hairy misshapen balls in a wrinkly sack. This book is a testament to my giant balls. If you want some feel-good story about how to live your life, then go look elsewhere. This book is a hard-hitting, no-holds-barred, unafraid account of my exceptional life with some words of wisdom thrown in for good measure.

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