The World's First Hipsters
I had an awesome mustache before it was cool to have an awesome mustache. — Friederich Nietzsche
I was a non-conformist before it was cool to be a non-conformist. — Henry David Thoreau
I didn’t wear a bra before it was cool not to wear a bra. — Suffragettes
I lived in Williamsburg before it was cool to live in Williamsburg. — The Hasidic Jews
I shopped at the Salvation Army before it was cool to shop at the Salvation Army. — Morphine Addicts
I liked Kurt Vonnegut before it was cool to like Kurt Vonnegut. — Kurt Vonnegut’s Mom
I hung out at coffee shops before it was cool to hang out at coffee shops. — The Cast of Friends
I used the phrase “ironic” incorrectly before it was cool to use the phrase “ironic” incorrectly. — Alanis Morissette
I did street art before it was cool to do street art. — That Homeless Guy Who Happens to Own His Own Watercolor Set
I was a tool before it was cool to be a tool. — A Screwdriver
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Why do we care so much about what people think? I remember in high school I made sure to get a t-shirt that had a visible moose logo on the front so people would know it’s from Abercrombie.
All hushed when my lips unlocked, listened to my insufferable struggling sketches of phrases.
To really understand why and how Freud is at the center of the show you have to look past the obvious plot points with Buster and his mom.
“Chow is actually an apt metaphor for the movie — indescribably irritating and only in it for the money.”