people who claim to be "artsy", but use that as a facade to hide the fact that they killed it.
Those hipsters suck.
Por capt america 19 de abril de 2008
1. the next step in evoluton from emo, (i.e. emo)
2. twenty-something stroketard whose style of clothing conflicts with their demeanor, thus resulting in a spicy psudeo-intellectual with more flavor-of-the-month conversations than a long island prostitute.
If I here one more three syllable word outta you, I'm gunna paint this diner with your hipster BLOOD!
Por id0pa 11 de julio de 2004
Q: Why do hipsters suck at karate?
A: Because a hipster can't get past the white belt!
Por StVandal 09 de septiembre de 2006
The ultimate consumer, the best answer to a capitalist society. Buys things solely because of trends and claim they don't. Ironically

A generation who has sold out real ideals, for the short-term comfort of being in trend, on every area from clothing to "ideals".

In other words; fucking twats who have given up on the world, fooled by society to believe they're saving it by buying locally produced food and shopping at thrift stores. Ironically.
Hipster: Hey, Bill', heard about this new band/song/brand/store/ideology? It's so rad, I'm going to go consume it now.
Bill: Or you could just come join the revolution you know. Just saying.
Por Asmodean2000 26 de abril de 2010
Eurotrash sixteen year olds who have less than 2% body fat because they use the money that they'd be spending on food to purchase designer clothing.
Vlad: I was gonna take my G/F out to dinner before prom, but we spent all our dough at the Diesel and FCUK stores.
Wade: Dude, you're such a fucken hipster.
Por Hagador 15 de octubre de 2005
n. (1) A young or youngish person who, in matters of social, musical, sartorial and professional taste, considers himself or herself to be "post-ironic" (i.e. believes that neither social practices nor social commentaries are worthwhile pursuits) while blowing off the problem that no such thing as an ironic gesture about irony can actually exist. (2) An individual who exhibits outward personal signs of late-capitalist malaise about one's inexorable and total involvement in standard-normative fields of production and consumption.
Hipsters typically exhibit a variety of self-reflexive and tragicomic symptoms, including: Retro fashion / Denial of identity / Embrace of outward poverty while retaining a measure of affluence / Rigid standards of social, professional, and political flexibility / Joyous self-realization in sadness / Personal fulfillment in the realization of non-transcendent gestures
Por guayaqo2 24 de agosto de 2008
Half of the students at NYU.

Hipsters are mostly seen hanging around Gallatin, but can be found in Tisch or CAS occassionally as well. Think coffee and Monk's seem to be some of their hangouts, and after midnight on weekends, they swarm St.Mark's.
That guy with the checkered scarf, white v-neck tee shirt he wears every day, black skinny jeans and converses, and his girlfriend with the short hair, side-swept bangs, white and black striped glasses and a bag with a pop art design of Nietsche that you see coming off the L train from Williamsburg with their ipods and their small deli coffee, smoking a fancy cigarette. Those are hipsters.
Por m3grac3 11 de mayo de 2008

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