Minneapolis, more Artsy that Hipster

I rock skinny jeans so tight you can see a yard of junk a mile away.  NBD.  I need an American Spirit ASAP though…

First of all, as a really trendy dude, I would like to say that Minnesota is not that hipster.  I would say it is more artsy, honestly.  I feel that people misuse the word hipster.  Just because you wear tight pants does not mean you are hipster.  Just because you try your hardest to look like you didn’t do your hair, or act like you are too pretentious to talk about your newest book does not mean you are a hipster.  Just because you buy tattoos with your parents money and live in a shit-hole apartment which your parents pay for, where you hang your art work up, does not mean you are a hipster.

You are a hipster if you call other people hipsters who are not hipsters.  If you wear baggy pants, have a job, and get laid you are a hipster.  If you have money and you buy your own clothes you are a hipster.  I would say most people are hipsters.  I would say that the people who are calling out hipsters are mostly doing so because they want to be gauged to see if they will be called out at hipsters.  I know Minnesota, and Minneapolis in particular, are extremely populated by people who choose not to use deodorant, live on the verge of being famous, and exist to be iconoclasts of their own culture, they are not hipsters.

Take a hint ladies and gentlemen.  If you are happy in your skin and you ride a fix-gear bike, you are a hipster.  If you wear baggy pants, practice the art of karate, and are good at math you are a hipster too.  The irony is that its ironic.  The definition of definition is definition.

I am a hipster and so is the rest of the United States.  Cheers.


About Terry Scott Niebeling

Hello, My name is Terry Scott, a human being with flaws. twitter: @sirterryscott Buy my ebooks: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1/191-4788099-1818040?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=terry+scott+niebeling
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