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Take note that the Internet will always be your best friend. Aim to go to college, as hipsters tend to be well educated in such areas as liberal arts, graphic art, or math and science.
Do a lot of reading, even if it means sitting in the local bookstore using their space and not actually purchasing the books you're siphoning up knowledge from. Seek to go to higher level education if you're in your element at college.
Going to the library especially small, local libraries is a good option because you don't have to pay and you can bring books back when you are finished. Also, they don't mind you just sitting reading without even taking a book out- this is normal in libraries. Hipsters are a subculture that uses more of their right brain than the rest of the society, thus, many hipsters base their career choices around music, art, or fashion.
While these areas of work aren't essential choices, they are probably a natural outlet for a hipster's creativity. Education is what helps a hipster to be dismissive about the hue and cry of others; they know it's just history repeating itself, or it's all much ado about nothing. Be an early adopter.
Hipsters tend to sense what's worthwhile before the trend or item becomes more popular. Many bands become famous only after hipsters first flock to their unknown performances. Many clothing trends were started by hipsters, only to be hijacked later by mainstream fashion houses. Many technical gadgets are taken up by hipsters first, only to become mainstream goodies later. Of course, the irony of being an early adopter hipster is that once the trend or item becomes mainstream, it's time to move on to something else obscure and unrecognized.
That's the trouble with being such an independent spirit; you trail blaze but you also have to keep moving on. If you're really good at something like math, physics , medicine, psychology, political analysis, eco-awareness, etc.
You know deep down that you've cottoned onto something that really matters and that it makes sense but others are not convinced because it's the "great unknown". Rest easy and be determined in your knowledge that some day, others will come round to your discovery.
Don't define yourself to others. One of the key elements of being hipster has been to avoid the label. Don't go around proclaiming your allegiance; to do so would be to start allying with those who like neatly tied-up boxes denoting who is what, when, and where. The moment you define yourself too clearly is the moment you begin to stagnate and risk being captured by the status quo.
Many a hipster will therefore deny their "hipster-ness" whenever possible. To preemptively ward off the mockers, some hipsters have taken to extending their sense of irony to include even themselves by acknowledging and mocking their own hipsterdom for example, wearing a tee that says "I hate hipsters" ; that way, by mocking themselves first, no one else can effectively do it reclaiming the negative.
Keep a pulse on the hipster community. There is a strong community aspect to hipster culture. If you want to find out about the best new bands or a great local coffee shop, make sure to stay active in the community to get good recommendations and stay ahead of the trends. When some new, obscure band is on Pitchfork preferably before , you should know about it.
Check out Brooklyn Vegan even if you don't live there , Stereogum, Gorilla vs. Bear, and the Hype Machine as often as possible, but don't make it obvious that you check them every five seconds. Your reading sources are important because what you read connects you with other hipsters, informs you about cultural issues, and keeps you knowledgeable.
There's a lot to be read out there, so sort the wheat from the chaff and get into the things that matter most. Things to read include: Hipster magazines, such as Vice , Another Magazine , and Wallpaper. Foreign magazines are good too. Any other books you think are great. Any books, period; reading books sets hipsters apart from a lot of people.
Visit the political science, anthropology, and sociology sections of the bookstores and local library frequently. Blogs by other hipsters. You might also be inspired enough to write your own blog frequently.
Watch independent and foreign films , as well as attending independent theater productions, such as shows by Ann Liv Young. Listen to newly emerging, independent music. Indie music is a big part of what being a hipster is all about. Turn to the endless and ever-renewing list of independent artists in the music scene, especially in the areas of nu-rave, minimalist techno, independent rap, nerdcore, Elephant 6, garage rock, classic rock Beatles usually , and punk rock.
Also, remember, they don't have to be famous to be good. Browse amateur videos on YouTube, and you may find your style. Imagine Dragons, and Bastille are great examples of non-hipster bands, because the main part of being hipster is listening to bands that no one has ever heard of. Music blogs like Gorilla vs. Meeting people who are already into these bands will help you as well. Perhaps the most popular hipster music website is Pitchfork Media. If they give an album a good rating, it must be quite hip.
One good way to decipher whether or not an artist is hipster is if your non-hipster friends to have never heard of them. Feel free to listen to the music of other countries as well, since most mainstream songs of this decade came out of America, Britain and South Korea. Hipsters love to use Blogspot, Tumblr , Instagram and WordPress, Ello, as well as taking photos with their Holga cameras and making cross-processed and "dream-like" pictures.
Social media can also be a great way to find new things to enjoy, before they become mainstream. The reason to "hook up" with other hipsters is that you're much more likely to connect and see eye-to-eye on a range of issues. The all-American muscle guy or sorority-style tanned blond are not likely to be your type, so a fellow hipster is the answer. Note that if you are already in a relationship with someone, there is no need to end it on account of them not being hipster, obviously.
But if you're looking for a relationship, always consider that you're probably going to have a lot of intimate discussions with them, so having the same hipster ideology could be a point of shared interest. If you want to spot a hipster, just turn around the next time you're at a show and see them standing in the back discussing Stella or Pabst Blue Ribbon PBR in a can.
Sometimes, if the music and setting is right, you will witness hipsters engaging in dance movements. Hipster dancing, if done correctly, does not use so much of the hips as it does the upper body and arms.
Lots of swinging your head back and forth but only do this if you're not humiliated easily and as a hipster, you really shouldn't care. Although you'll rarely see hipsters dancing at shows, they tend to enjoy separate dance parties where they can dance to an array of more upbeat hipster dance music. Get the lingo and the attitude. While there will be many variations—part of the reality of hipster culture is that things change constantly—there are some things that are useful to know: Remember to use perhaps the most important hipster line: Talk about all the obscure bands you like that nobody you know has heard of.
When your friends talk about a band you're unfamiliar with, just say you've heard of them but not actually heard them. Look them up the next time you have a chance to. It'll give you more cred. Insult a lot of bands. If you love everything you'll seem like a fanatic. Make sure to give off a vibe that you're too cool and elite for a lot of bands.
If you would like to seem more educated and elite there is the key phrase " I liked their first EP, but pretty much after that I never got into them. Or use real words that no one really knows the meaning of unless they look them up for example, pulchritudinous, cordiform, and petrichor. A hipster is known for their strong sense of irony and sarcasm. When asked a question, refuse to answer directly; instead, obfuscate, ask a question in return, or just be plain sarcastic.
Be sure to layer on the smirk to indicate your lack of seriousness, because it's possible for the other person to mistake your sarcasm for sincerity. When in a theater watching a movie, and the person next to you turns to say, "Oh, my God, that was so cool!
Did you see that? Unless you're already British, in which case you should be just fine. Have a sense of humorous perspective and don't take yourself too seriously. Hipsters are often parodied, so knowing how to laugh at derision will help a lot. Be prepared for critics. Be aware that hipsterism is frequently parodied or derided because hipsters bother some people. You're going to need to get used to disdainful attitudes and to work out the ways in which you're most comfortable responding.
There will often be an insistence that your sub-culture is "less than" whatever it is the hater "believes" in.
Given the tendency for hipsters to follow progressive politics, it's likely you'll encounter occasional conservative disdain, so it's probably a good idea to brush up on your responses to any standard ridicule. If they point out the fact that your Apple products were also produced in sweatshops, change the subject to an obscure band they've never heard of. Recognize the root of the problem.
Realize that a lot of people who attack you may have deep insecurities about their own place in society and have very mixed ideas of what culture is, or how they reconcile the variant elements of culture with their own lifestyle and preferences. Practice a little compassion. Know that geeks have an odd relationship with hipsters. While some are disdainful, other geeks recognize the overlap of the cultures.
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Coffee preferably fair trade sold from an indie coffee shop is basically one of the food groups. Lush, while somewhat mainstream, is a great place to shop for all natural, handmade soaps and shampoo bars. Just don't buy those mainstream bath melts and such. Realize that hipster has become really mainstream at the moment so a lot of this is not being hipster at all. It's just being a poser. Wear clothes that look both ironic and don't match together. An example outfit includes a yellow top and red and white checkered pants.
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