Christopher R. Weingarten
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The Internet phenomenon that unleashed "adorable emo puppies with bed head, ironic sunglasses, and snobby musical tastes". (Entertainment Weekly)
They spend their time sniffing around local farmer's markets, pawing through stacks of vinyl at the record store, and making biting remarks at the café. They're hipster puppies-and they're always snarky, impeccably accessorized, and undeniably adorable.
From the site hipsterpuppies.tumblr.com comes never-before-seen photos of these pupsters at play, as well as some of the blog's most popular shots. With their oversized egos-and sunglasses-they run the gamut from music festival fauxhemians to ironic trucker-hat-wearing vegans. And they're guaranteed to melt readers' jaded hearts.
book with an open mind, an open heart and an open wallet. And please remember that hipster puppies are people too. Now, if you’ll excuse me, this unemployment check isn’t going to cash itself. Farewell and who gives a shit, Christopher R. Weingarten Associate Professor of the James Murphy Memorial Institute for Hipster Studies Brooklyn, New York hanzo is a graduate of the school of life…and a dropout of the pratt institute school of art and design sasha says she’s
chucks” annie is the “mom” of her squat since she does dishes and owns dishes camilla has to pee in the bathtub because she turned her toilet tank into a bong bagel spent $18 on nitrate-free bacon and $16 on his wife’s anniversary gift maeby was just sober enough to translate her tattoo idea into french quincy thinks this unagi is too salty, and he knows because he lived in japan for a month hank owns nine guitar pedals and knows six guitar chords jack is a strict
layla wants to cancel band practice this week because 30 rock is on tilly only smokes american spirits but will drink practically anything of course i’m the dj; i brought an ipod, didn’t i? stella’s friday wardrobe includes nonprescription eyeglasses worn over prescription contact lenses ezra would have zero functional bathroom furniture were it not for a moist stack of old vice magazines boxcar laughs at you for paying bus fare, even though it takes her twice as long to skate
club is a “third reich thought police tactic” and that it’s a tragedy this ween show will go undocumented today, gus cleaned his sneakers with a toothbrush and cleaned his teeth with his paw no, gary, I will not give you a ride to the fucking farmer’s market stan spent $8.95 on organic, no-salt peanut butter and then just ate his own poop hells fucking yeah, sioux city needs another new wave band geppetto ranked the five seasons of the wire in his okcupid profile no club
hoodies, party flyers and beard lice. Our state flower is fuck this shit. If our citizens have one thing in common, it’s that we all loathe being called “hipsters.” Currently, lexicologists have confirmed approximately 48,000 different meanings for the word “hipster.” The one most agree on is “anyone who cares more about music and fashion than me.” In Brooklyn, we say “hipster” about 300 times a day, upending words like “would” and “which” in the list of most commonly used words in the