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Stuff Hipsters Hate: A Field Guide to the Passionate Opinions of the Indifferent

Stuff Hipsters Hate A Field Guide to the Passionate Opinions of the Indifferent PRAISE FOR stuffhipstershate tumblr Depressingly astute The New Yorker Wickedly funny The FriskyFrom the dive bars of Brooklyn s Williamsburg to the dirty alleys of San Francisco s Mission the urban

  • Title: Stuff Hipsters Hate: A Field Guide to the Passionate Opinions of the Indifferent
  • Author: Brenna Ehrlich Andrea Bartz
  • ISBN: 9781569758212
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • PRAISE FOR stuffhipstershate.tumblr Depressingly astute The New Yorker Wickedly funny The FriskyFrom the dive bars of Brooklyn s Williamsburg to the dirty alleys of San Francisco s Mission, the urban hipster has redefined American cool with a sighing disdain for everything mainstream Hipsters are easily identified by their worn out shoes, fixies and PBR tallboysPRAISE FOR stuffhipstershate.tumblr Depressingly astute The New Yorker Wickedly funny The FriskyFrom the dive bars of Brooklyn s Williamsburg to the dirty alleys of San Francisco s Mission, the urban hipster has redefined American cool with a sighing disdain for everything mainstream Hipsters are easily identified by their worn out shoes, fixies and PBR tallboys, but until now no one had investigated beyond the hipster look to the even hilarious hipster psyche With personally researched articles, revealing illustrations and helpful charts and graphs, Stuff Hipsters Hate exposes the bottomless well of impassioned scorn that motivates the ever apathetic hipster, including MATING AND SOCIAL HATES buying you a drink monogamy texting back in a timely fashionAPPAREL AND GROOMING HATES high heels muscles being asked about their tattoosWORK AND LIFE HATES full time jobs knowing their bank balance enthusiasm

    Stuff Hipsters Hate A Field Guide to the Passionate With personally researched articles, revealing illustrations and helpful charts and graphs, Stuff Hipsters Hate exposes the bottomless well of impassioned scorn that motivates the ever apathetic hipster, including MATING AND SOCIAL HATES buying you a drink monogamy texting back in a timely fashion APPAREL AND GROOMING HATES high heels Stuff Hipsters Hate A Field Guide to the Passionate Stuff Hipsters Hate book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers From the dive bars of Brooklyn s Williamsburg to the dirty alle Stuff Hipsters Hate Home Facebook Stuff Hipsters Hate .K likes Because it s cool to be a hater Americans are buying less beer from big breweries, so companies are getting creative to attract customers. Stuff Hipsters Hate Review Sympathy for the Hipster Stuff Hipsters Hate is a spin off of a blog of the same name and coincidentally the name reads like a spin off of Stuff White People Like, a recent web sensation turned bestselling book it is a Stuff Hipsters Hate Andrea Bartz Stuff Hipsters Hate isn t your average blog to book, one trick pony, relying on one line jokes and a couple of pictures to get through the required page count Each section is carefully written with tongue in cheek humor and sarcastic wit. Things Hipsters Have Absolutely Ruined TheTalko It s not hipster to love mainstream stuff aka pop culture or entertainment It s totally hipster to hate mainstream stuff That means that if you belong to this category of people, then you hate pop music, popular television shows, blockbuster movies, and you also hate Keeping up with the stuff hipsters hate New York Post Stuff Hipsters Hate at Greenlight Bookshop Fulton St at S Portland Avenue in Fort Greene, , Nov , pm ashort cnglocal Share this article Reasons to Hate a Hipster Unconventional Wisdom And so, along with the other kajillion people out there who hate Hipsters, I plan to blog about the things they do say like are wear that makes me want to vom Yes I am aware that there are not that many people on the planet, but I am also privy to information that all the other intelligent life in the solar system as well as cats hate

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    1. Brenna Ehrlich Andrea Bartz says:
      Brenna Ehrlich is the founder of All Ages Press, a small press label for weird teens and everyone else She s also the co writer of the blog and book STUFF HIPSTERS HATE Currently the Director of Content and Culture Indie Rock at TIDAL, she enjoys trying not to die in moshpits.

    Comment 600 on “Stuff Hipsters Hate: A Field Guide to the Passionate Opinions of the Indifferent

    1. Seamus Enright says:
      Some of the other reviewers need to lighten up or whatever people say nowadays, dude.If you re looking for a serious study of Millenials, a book whose title begins and ends with the words stuff and hate probably isn t the best place to look On the other hand, if you want an amusing read that ll make you laugh and pass away a few hours, you could do a lot worse It s a welcome antidote to Norman Mailer s solemn essay on the original 50 s hipsters.I realised I m of a hipster than I thought I was a [...]

    2. Mike Caulfield says:
      A book that should have stayed a blog It seems promising at first, but draaagggggggssssss Could be re released as an extremely funny pamphlet.

    3. Matt says:
      Starts off very funny but drags on and on Started as a blog, I think Maybe should have stayed that way The chapter on dating should have been kept towards the middle or the end, as it sort of set the stage for me to not like the rest of the book The dating chapter reads as though the 2 authors moved to NY, dated a bunch of hipsters, and then ended up jaded and bitter because of it Jokes range from hilarious to downright cringe inducing, and it colors the whole book in a way I did not anticipate [...]

    4. Amelia says:
      Stuff Hipsters Hate A Book About Hate That I Also Hated A Review By AmeliaInterested in book reviews Check out my blog Bookworms Unite bookwormsunitebookreviews Hipsters are a trend that we in the twenty first century just can t seem to get rid of Their numbers have exploded in the last few years from a few disillusioned twenty somethings that thought they were better than everyone else, to a nation of disillusioned twenty through forty somethings who think they re better than everyone else But [...]

    5. Rachel says:
      Mildly entertaining at best The intro is quite promising, the hilarity derived from its completely serious tone But after that the authors switch gears seemingly every few pages, going off on all sorts of tangents The book loses effectiveness first due to double dipping if you re going in to make fun of hipsters, stick to making fun of hipsters, don t suddenly start making fun of jocks and sorority girls it comes off as unfocused and petty In fact quite a bit of the book seems petty, especially [...]

    6. Abbie says:
      If I could give this book negative stars, I would What appears to be a joke from a blog is really just crap that should have stayed on the internet, if even that This book just reinforces stereotypes and labeling people and no matter how many people tell me it s funny and supposed to be humorous and harmless, I just can t agree As I found humor in maybe half a page in the entire book, this is basically a good number of pages for people to equip in their stereotyping weaponry Because of the thing [...]

    7. Bree says:
      It went too much in depth of a hipster I was expecting each page to be a different category and maybe only 50 pages at the most This is a full size book with lots of different categories that you would expect like Hipsters dating but then there were many that were not needed I read the introduction, which I normally don t do, and while their observations were very spot on It mostly based off the ladies dating experience so most of these reflect hipster guys, not girls I thought it was going to b [...]

    8. Jimmie says:
      Soagine Christian Landler goes to a party in Bed Stuy, gets turned down by the hot tattoo artist girl he s been lusting after for months so he gets wasted on coke and PBRs, then wakes up on the steps of a brownstone in Park Slope feeling like that crusty stuff on the ass fur of his beloved but never groomed Persian cat, Galaga, and decides he s gonna write a book This is the book he would ve written instead of Stuff White People Like.

    9. Rena says:
      Mildly entertaining Easy read I read it today at work that reminded me why I dislike the extremely self absorbed overly literary types They are so boring to talk to and so completely caught up in their own greatness Grow up already That being said, I do know a lot of people who are a little hipster who I do really enjoy I m sure the characters examined for this book are over the top.

    10. Matimate says:
      What is a hipster The book gives you an answer about this species The habitat, food habits and mating rituals are packed with the description of clothing and life circle of true hipster It supposed to be funny study of the phenomena I think hipsters are behind itr sure.

    11. Ryann says:
      A little funny at times, but way too long Should ve just been an article I live in Portland, hipster heaven, and thought it might be broadly hipster focused and funny, but it mostly focused on Brooklyn.

    12. Mary says:
      Eh.It started out kind of amusing, but by the end it just sounded bitter and jaded and was pretty boring It would have been a super fast read if I hadn t gotten so bored in the middle and quit reading it to read other better books instead.

    13. Daniel Joda says:
      Hilarious One of the funniest books I have ever read Of course you have to have had some expierence in dealing with hipsters to fully get what the book is making fun of It is so spot on though, loved it

    14. Angelica Deranleau says:
      Laughed super duper hard Completely related to the overly stereotypical mind of the tragic, new age mountain man hipster A joke the whole way through

    15. E. Kahn says:
      Picked this up thinking it would be a meanspirited and funny look at the hipster subculture and I was half right It ain t funny.



    16. Amy Sheridan says:
      what a piece of self indulgent crap, I couldn t even finish it it reads like the bitter blog of someone who was dumped by a hipster or twelve.

    17. Julia says:
      I really liked it a lot The stuff in there It s funny, because it s true.


    18. Polette says:
      really cool and funny, and stuff you would like to learn, funny drawings to go with it too loved it

    19. Abby says:
      It was pretty funny at first, but it got old fast Funny blog doesn t equal funny book It was just too long and repetitive.

    20. Anna says:
      I want three and a half stars, actually Funny and accurate a light read Not life changing, but really, it s about hipsters were you expecting it to change your life

    21. Antti says:
      Read it in 2010 and now in 2016 again What a difference Elite hipsterdom is now main politics, and it is popular everywhere.


    22. Christine says:
      This book was brutally true and some parts were funny here and there It s not too memorable though I m glad it was a quick read.

    23. Nicole says:
      Really not a joke with sustainability for an entire book Probably should ve been about half as long It got old fast.

    24. Robin says:
      Funny idea for a blog, however, not so good in book form.

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