Upper class hippee youth brought up by wealthy parents but dresses up in hippy clothes and smokes alot of weed.
Benny's new BMW he gt from his parents aleady stinks like weed what a yippy
by atoughpar3 March 13, 2009
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A yuppy/hippy. A yuppy with hippy sensibilities. It is all about proving that we can live in the world without destroying it and each other. It is like liberalism 2.0 which is born out of the sensibilities and youth movements of the late 80s and 90s.
John is a yippy and he is going to save the planet.

Paige is a yippy. She works in advertising, drives a small hybrid, makes loads of money, and believes in communal living and renewable clean energies.
by Timoteo92 March 15, 2010
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meaning to be proud of thine self
Yippy. I have accomplished a task I set for my self
by Mrz. Sparkles0927 February 12, 2010
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A young person whose parents may or may not have been a hippy; are upwardly mobile, are vegan and rude as fuck.
That wannabe hippy Yippy just ran over my toe with their shopping cart.
by RunninL8K8 March 27, 2016
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Term created by Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin in the mid-1960s to refer to "members" of the Youth International Party (YIP!). The YIP! was dedicated to merging New Left activism and the hippie counterculture to create a revolution that would be both personal and political--as well as fun. Yippies tended to gather in large cities, particularly in Manhattan's Lower East Side, where Rubin and Hoffman both lived during the 1960s. Yippies rejected all -isms, including socialism and anarchism, in favor of the motto of "Do your own thing"--i.e., don't conform to a specific system of belief but rather be an individual. At the same time, collective action was at the root of Yippie activism, and Yippies participated in "be-ins" (normally associated with hippies) and other collective gatherings. And although the YIP! did not promote any one -ism (and, despite Hoffman and Rubin's involvement, was a self-proclaimed "leaderless" movement), the "party" was extremely leftist, advocating social justice for all and arguing that all property--including housing, clothing, and food--should be FREE. The Yippies' most famous actions include the attack on the New York Stock Exchange (when Yippies threw money to the floor and watched as those below fought for it) and their involvement at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago, at which they nominated a pig for president. Much of the Yippies' activism consisted of guerrilla street theater and symbolic acts (such as that at the NYSE) to make a point; Yippies understood the power of the media and sought press to disseminate their revolutionary messages with a pointed disinterest in the accuracy of the stories told about them. Since the term is rooted in a particular historical moment, calling anyone a "Yippie" today would probably be inaccurate.
Abbie Hoffman's Revolution for the Hell of It! is an excellent source for more information on the Yippies.
by Betsy B October 20, 2006
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movement from the 60's and 70's. members of the Youth International Party.
Abbie Hoffman was a strong figure in the yippie movement
by Anonymous September 14, 2003
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A member of the Youth International Party. This party began as an antiwar movement during the Vietnam era, but then developed a sort of a libertarian socialist outlook, becoming focused during the 1970s and into the early 1980's on legalization of marijuana and other drugs and protesting against capitalism and corporations.
See that yippie wearing an 'eat the rich' button?
by sinister minister February 14, 2005
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