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I define "hipsters" as poseurs who are immitating people who are actually hip, or at least who they perceive to be hip. A hip person typically has some degree of fashion sense, and a good example of the difference between this and a "hipster" is how a hip person might buy articles of clothing from the Salvation Army because they're cheap and/or unique, whereas a "hipster" would shop at some sort of boutique that sells exclusively fashionable vintage clothing and pay 10 times as much for more or less the same items.

A hip person is cognitive of what styles are fashionable, and finds a style that suits his or her self, but doesn't necessarily have to be wearing exclusively non-mainstream vintage or designer articles. A hipster either copies a hip person, the other hipsters he knows, or whatever he sees in "Vice" magazine. A few fashion items are always acceptible regardless of how much of a poseur you are or aren't: Chuck Taylors, black hoodies, tight pants, etc.

A hip person might look hung over or like they just got out of bed, but if they do, it's because they really are hung over and just got out of bed. A "hipster" might spend considerable effort faking that look by messing up their hair and intentionally wearing wrinkled clothes. A telltale sign of a hipster douchebag is that he or she is clearly "trying" to be fashionable. They often overaccessorize with some sort of scarf, hat, or outlandish shoes, and put a great deal of effort into making sure everything matches.

A hip person most likely is an avid listener of music, but doesn't particularly care how others judge his or her taste. He or she might listen to anything, sometimes including things that were once, or even are currently, mainstream. A "hipster" contrives his or her music collection to be seen by others as cool and "indie". They love vinyl records. Crappy music seems cool to them as long as they listen to it on vinyl, and especially if it's some sort of rare recording that they can be sure no one else they know owns. If you asked a hipster whether he cared if people thought his music collection was cool, he would say "no", but he would be lying. They care.

In fact, the defining trait that seperates legitimate cool people from hipster douchebags is that truly hip people genuinely don't care what other people think of them, or maybe acknowledge it a little bit but don't base their whole persona around it. Hipsters are obsessed with this fact, and build their entire personalities in an effort to make it look like they also don't care. They want, just as much as normal people, to fit in. A really hip person just naturally fits in because he or she has a likable personality and is fun to be around. All hipsters hate other hipsters and consider them to be phonies, and no hipster will ever admit to being one even if they fit all of the stereotypes.
True story: I was recently at a thanksgiving party where a lot of food was being served. The skinny, pale, threadbare sweater and tight pants-clad hipster-looking guy who had been putting on music all evening walked into the room. People weren't talking much at the time because their mouths were full, and hipster douchemaster sweater guy decided the room wasn't sociable enough for him, said "This room sucks", turned, and walked away. He could have just walked away, but he felt he had to verbally pass judgment on the room's occupants to make sure he seemed superior to them. What a dick.
por Rassar 05 de Dezembro de 2007
 
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Pretentious, pseudo-intellectuals generally sporting thick-rimmed glasses and some stupid plaid shirt they purchased at Urban Outfitters. Generally, they own flickr accounts with all of their flat, generic pictures on them and try to pass themselves off as artists despite the fact they probably only know how to use a point and shoot. They listen to non-conformist indie music that usually includes meaningless lyrical content, poor vocals, and monotonous tones. They also partake in said non-conformist bands, over estimating their musical talents as they do all their other art forms.
The elusive hipsters in their natural habitat:

Claude: Omg let's go up to Williamsburg and go buy some ironic fashions at the flea market. Isn't it cool that we're 19-years-old and wear old people sweaters?

Felix: Yeah and then we can go back to my house and listen to Passion Pit!
por Bitter_ass_bitch 16 de Junho de 2010
 
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a fancy way to say "I'm a douchebag"
Jon: I'm a hipster
Eric: So, what, you're a douchebag?
Jon: Yes sir.
por Dadadadadouchebag 12 de Julho de 2011
 
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Kind of like an Emo kid who never really grew out of it.
Person: "So, what do you do for a living?"

Hipster: "I prefer to say I hipst. Excuse me, I'm late for a jam session at my parents house with my old high school buddies. We're gonna record our Indie rock covers on our old school tape machine. Oh yeah, and get this - after, we're gonna get high. It's awesome."
por sodapopmary 18 de Dezembro de 2005
 
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n. someone who flaunts cigarettes.
"Jackie, check out that hipster's cigarettes!"
por Rich 08 de Dezembro de 2004
 
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Noun. One who attempts to project originality, intelligence and coolness by opting for ostensibly poor quality, care and coordination of clothing and goods; exerts significant effort maintaining outdated, unattractive mode of dress and hairstyle; feigns or forces personal interest in certain types of music, art and activity with the primarily social intent of promoting the illusion of eccentricity; yet lacks true creative skill, communicative eloquence, stylistic depth, or independently cultivated thought. Common in large and mid-size American urban centers and near universities, typically near gentrification boundaries. Demographically mostly white, middle class, age 20-30, non-professional. (See Silver Lake - Los Angeles; Manhattan/Brooklyn - New York, Austin, San Francisco, Chicago)
Look kids, that hipster girl is wearing Tootsie glasses, bangs, and a mid-thigh sweater from the 1980's, and she's riding a one-speed bike with two flat tires - isn't she interesting?
por beverlyfreakinwhite 02 de Maio de 2009
 
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The hippies of the 2000's. They listen to "undiscovered" bands, wear retro clothes from thrift stores, and only hang around other hipsters. They try to look as though they don't have a lot of money, while still looking trendy. They usually smoke a lot of weed, and use various other drugs. They don't wear any brand name items, or visit at any chain stores. They are sometimes vegetarian or vegan. They are very into "artsy" things. They may be a painter or musician, or a dancer, or have a low-paying job. They try to go for the "starving artist" look. A lot of times hipsters will actually come from wealthy families. They may have gauges, and do not typically wear makeup of any kind. They try to be as "natural" and "organic" as they can. They buy their groceries from either Whole Foods, or Trader Joe's. They are usually very liberal. They often practice Buddhism, or try to be "zen." They also often protest against large corporations, or chemical companies, because "they love the environment." Hipsters try very hard to be hipsters, but if you tell them that they are a hipster, they will deny it, because to them it is a compliment, not a stereotype. They range between 15-30 years old. They are very strongly opposed to "conforming," which to them is anything that anyone else might have, do, or say.
Person: Hey, check out my new phone!
Hipster: I don't approve of technology, it's not natural. You're such a conformist. I'm just gonna go hang out with my other natural friends.
por my inner peace 23 de Janeiro de 2010