Hipsters and peak millennials are among the most annoying people on the planet.
We’re not talking about dudes who ride fixes and wear beanie caps, we’re talking about people who insist on writing ‘thicc’ when they mean ‘thick’, dab (non-ironically) and who use the flame emoji every second word.
Anyone above the age of 25 has been alienated by the incessant streams of Snapchat shite online. We’re irrelevant, and thank God.
And we’re not the only one whose eyes are permanently stuck in a side roll these days.
Hipster Bullshit, a retailer specialising in t-shirts and hoodies, is also sick of all this nonsense.
And they’re taking down every fleek slay queen, one shirt at a time.
Founder Zach Katz says that his business has, ironically, been flourishing among New York hipsters and described it to Bushwick Daily as being:
‘Super chill apparel for the modern millennial avocado-toast-eating converted-loft-living $7-cortado-sipping LCD-Soundsystem-liking yuppie hipster seeking to fill the horrible void of existence by buying a bunch of cool-ass bullshit to parade around gentrified neighbourhoods all over the Western world (and occasionally Thailand)’.
Prices range from between $15 (£11.40) to $35 (£27) a piece and you already know that self-consciously unaware millennials everywhere are going to snap them up.
Because what self-respecting hipster living in Hackney Wick wouldn’t want to parade around in a ‘Gentri (*fire emoji*).
You can find out more about all this Hipster Bullshit here.