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hipster

A young person who is counter culture. Typically progressive in politics, hipsters in the 2015 time frame are often retro and anti-tech, renouncing the latest high-style fashions and gadgets. The moniker dates back to the 1940s when jazz was the "hip" music to listen to. See Luddite.
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The district of Ancoats has been named the most hipster area of Manchester and seventh most hipster in the UK, closely followed by Chorlton and the Northern Quarter, according to a list by TravelSupermarket.
The same can not be said of hipster racism - it is deeply embedded in popular culture.
In this most ultra of hipster environments, people can order an organic Fairtrade and rainforest-friendly, smallbatch roasted coffee in the style they want from the adjacent cafe.
Sprakes added that 'the hipster effect' has signalled an end to the days of 'stuffy workwear'.
The only other city to feature in the top five is Bristol, where St Paul's is a hipster hotspot.
If these hipster trends continue, I'm not sure what the future of specialty coffee will look like.
You know, the sort with an achingly beautiful young urban hipster babe girlfriend who climbs on the back as they roar off for a mocha frappuccino in an urban hipster bar that's so cutting edge it goes out of fashion between when they arrive and when they leave.
Shankly's mind would melt these days but the irony is that his great big pal was probably the original football hipster.
My nan would have called them odd balls - too authentic to be hipsters, they are the 'alternatives'.
Auto Business News-April 4, 2016--Mini launches Hipster Hatch
They unveiled a stay-at-home hipster dad and a modern day working mammy.
Roding Automobile, which was initially launched in 2008, is a German automaker that presented an alternative sports car, presumably targeted at hipster auto fans who preferred to go against the grain with their performance car choices.