Every urban tribe gets its heavy dose of hatred before they fade away from public consciousness. What’s more baffling some of those groups become archetypes, like skinheads with intolerance and violence, emos with tomfoolery and nonsense and hipsters with pretentiousness and twee. Speaking of which, the hipster fetishizing of irony have made them unaware that they became now (gasp!) too mainstream. Witness the great Iowahawk (a hero of the sipmac team) that started in Twitter the hilarious hashtag #hipsterfight.


Let the games begin!

Er… nice moves, dude?

Your phoniness makes me want to punch you in the face…

And I’m laughing at you, not with you.

Meh. Indeed.

And you have the same musical tastes than Zach Braff.

…and I’ll post it on Tumblr.

Too late. Hipster hatred is waaay too mainstream now.

Not vegan, but environmental-friendly.

…and my Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Pinterest? Touché.

Turntable? Touché.

Alanis Morissette? AHAHAHA!!! Ironic? You get it?

B-b-but challenging catholic doctrine is waaay too mainstream!

And she made a Harlem Shake video.

Well, I actually liked their website and I wish them all the best and a great marriage (a great marriage, not necessarily a lengthy one).


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About jokerizedpaul

A member of the sipmac team with armed only with his blog. Un miembro de the sipmac team armado sólo con su blog. Casi nunca la opinión correcta... al menos casi nunca la opinión que esperabas escuchar. Almost never the "right" worldview ... not even what you expect to hear. En el Blog Opinion Renegada, Paul Maršić de the sipmac team da rienda suelta a sus más calenturientas opiniones sobre cualquier tema, y paradójicamente intenta ser también responsable, al buscar siempre sustentarlas. In the Opinion Renegada (Renegade Opinion) Blog, Paul Maršić from the sipmac team lets freedom ring, and lets it loose with his most incendiary opinions based on any given topic. Paradoxically enough his blog is also intended as a responsible one, because he is always seeking to substantiate those opinions.

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