The Inner Richmond District of San Francisco. Called 'New Mission' because it is becoming hipper and more popular than the traditionally cool kid part of San Francisco, the Mission District.
"I'll take New Mission pho over a Mission burrito any day of the fucking week! The New Mission totally fucking contolinis."
A hipster ghetto is the neighborhood of a major city that all the hipsters seem to congregate in. Examples:
New York City - Williamsburg
Chicago - Wicker Park
Los Angeles - Silver Lake
Boston - Allston
Seattle - Capitol Hill
San Francisco - Mission District
Portland - anywhere...
Frat Bro Mike: Oy, let's go get wasted in Allston tonight.
Frat Bro Jake: Screw that man, it's a hipster ghetto.
A 'hipster' who's so dorky-looking that your have to mix the words 'dork' and 'hipster' to make 'dipster'. Usually they wear old-school glasses, tight plaid pants, have pasty skin, strange moustaches and hair-dos and generally are attempting to fit into the infamous 'hipster' crowd, but are on the outskirts, fitting into the even worse 'dipster' crowd.
(People-watching outside window of apartment as people walk by, commenting on their looks and attire)
Guy: 'Did you see that dipster walk by? What a weird, goofy outfit they're wearing!'
Girl: 'Freakin' dipsters, I feel sorry for them, they don't even fit into with the goofy 'hipster' clique. How sad!'
A beautiful city in california, with a diverse culture. Only downside is the large amount of hipsters. Hipsters can be identifyed by the following:
ironic facial hair
riding a bike
tattoo of random, useless things, i.e. PBR, cheeseburger, mermaid etc
rolled up jeans, showing ankles (if not wearing cut offs)
I sure love San Francisco, too bad all the hipsters have taken over the mission, with their organic food and strange flavored ice cream.
Hipsters are a subculture of men and women typically in their 20's and 30's that value independent thinking, counter-culture, progressive politics, an appreciation of art and indie-rock, creativity, intelligence, and witty banter. The greatest concentrations of hipsters can be found living in the Williamsburg, Wicker Park, and Mission District neighborhoods of major cosmopolitan centers such as New York, Chicago, and San Francisco respectively. Although "hipsterism" is really a state of mind,it is also often intertwined with distinct fashion sensibilities. Hipsters reject the culturally-ignorant attitudes of mainstream consumers, and are often be seen wearing vintage and thrift store inspired fashions, tight-fitting jeans, old-school sneakers, and sometimes thick rimmed glasses. Both hipster men and women sport similar androgynous hair styles that include combinations of messy shag cuts and asymmetric side-swept bangs. Such styles are often associated with the work of creative stylists at urban salons, and are usually too "edgy" for the culturally-sheltered mainstream consumer. The "effortless cool" urban bohemian look of a hipster is exemplified in Urban Outfitters and American Apparel ads which cater towards the hipster demographic. Despite misconceptions based on their aesthetic tastes, hipsters tend to be well educated and often have liberal arts degrees, or degrees in maths and sciences, which also require certain creative analytical thinking abilities. Cons...more...
A neighborhood in San Francisco bounded roughly by Dolores St. on the east, Diamond Heights Blvd./Market St. on the west, 21st St. on the north, and 30th St. on the south. Lots of shops and restaurants, but not a big nightlife spot since everyone - OK, maybe not everyone, just about 98% of people - have a couple of young kids and a dog. A very yuppie place where people from the Marina neighborhood move to settle down, usually moving on to Marin County when their kids start school. When in Noe Valley, be sure to watch out for the legions of double-wide strollers that will run you over if you're not careful. Pretty much the polar opposite of The Brook in Harrisburg, PA.
Brad: "Well, we're finally moving into our new place in SF! I can't say I love Noe Valley, but at least we're close to some good bars and stuff. I'm at least glad we're still pretty young and not like those boring old yuppies with two kids and a dog."more...
Jen: "I know, this is great! Here, try this organic, sustainable white truffle sheep's milk barrel aged frozen yogurt."
Brad: "Where'd you get that?"
Jen: "At the farmer's market."
Brad: "Since when do you go to those?"
Jen: "Oh, I just stopped by after my yoga class this morning."
Jen: "Yeah, I just signed up. The fro-yo is yummy, but I wish it were vegan."
Brad: "Ew, vegan, really?"
Jen: "Yeah, we should probably stop eating animal products. Or at least make sure each animal gets at least 100 square feet, eats food prepared by a well-trained chef, and has a personal masseuse."
Brad: "What? Where did this come from? Who are you?"
Jen: "I'm pregnant."
Brad: "Pfft! Seriously?"
Jen: "It's twins. A boy and a girl. I'm thinking we should name them Bentley and Addison."
Brad: "You're kidding, right? Those are names?"
Jen: "Here, check out this stroller site. This double-wide is made by a small local artisan and is only $600."
Brad: "SIX HUNDRED?" ...
A hipster who lives in the Mission District of San Francisco. Wears studded belts, Deisel anything, and is ambiguously gay. Says things like "Clean is the new dirty," with no sense of humor. The antithesis of the Marina Girl.
Can you believe that Mipster tried to sell used Converse at a garage sale for $45?