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Hipster Olympics

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In honor of the epic post-Labor Day hangover I'm nursing (the kind of hangover Wagnerian song-cycles are written about) I present to you this YouTube funny about hipsters competing at the only thing they can do -- being hipsters. At just over eight minutes it technically violates the first rule of YouTube (anything over five minutes is too long) but hey, you probably feel as sluggish and useless as I do, so you'll be too lazy to surf away. Besides, this one more or less justifies its length with its constantly on-point lampooning of the Hipster Way -- Cory Casciato

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