What subculture am I? Hipster? Yuppie? I'm not sure.?
I'm 17, incredibly into technology and computers. I own a PC, but I respect Macintosh and realize that they are many times superior in art and design, and I do have an iPhone. I prefer to listen to lots of electro house & dubstep, or most of the stuff you can find on Beatport; but i can still listen to alternative and any type of rock and be comfortable listening to it. I'm avidly into playing instruments and creating my own music; whether acoustically, or on my computer through fl studio. I am a bit of a gamer and I love old classic games I played as a kid such as the Ocarina of Time. My Clothing choice mostly consists of many types of vintage tshirts, vnecks, flannel shirts, slim fit (but not skin tight!) jeans, khakis, old vintage hats (vintage caddy, greek fisherman, fedora, etc.), vans, and blank pullover hoodies that are a snug fit. I wear contact lenses but about once or twice a week I will wear my black rimmed glasses instead. I'm in the marching band as a co-section leader percussionist, I play piano, drum set, and guitar all fairly well. I'm in pretty good shape, I play tennis, and run cross country races throughout the year. I'm 6'2" and I'm 150 pounds. I have been vegetarian before, and I still don't eat red meat.I love bringing things back that were cool from my childhood, such as heelys, pokemon, and the old Flintstones cartoons. I don't really have any enemies, and can get along with anyone. I love documentaries, kids movies, and old black and white films.I'm a straight A student in school, and I have a youth group I currently attend almost every week. Some call me hipster, and I don't mind it. But I'm not sure. I hate spending money, and when I say Old, i mean things that I can remember coming out when I was a kid. I'm not 27, I wasn't born back then. And I just want a subculture, not judgement. I'm not obsessed, I just thought it would be interesting to see the answers.
Asked By: JoeMoo - 1/6/2012
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You are a normal, red blooded American teenager. That's the only sub... More
Answered By: William - 1/6/2012
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Ugh an extremely insecure, and image-obsessed kid.
Answered By: bob - 1/6/2012
You are yourself. A hipster wouldn't call himself a hipster anyways. A yuppie is a young urban professional, which by the sounds of it.. you aren't.
Answered By: Ezra - 1/6/2012
You sound like a chill dude. Don't go out of your way to let people criticize you and pull you down.
Answered By: N7 Sheppard - 1/6/2012
You sound excessively materialistic and you assume that people give a crap what video games you play. Fine, yes, hipster it is. I can do one better than you, though. I had a Mac before you were even born.
Answered By: Jack Ripper - 1/6/2012
Ocarina of Time. ahahaha. When you said classic games I was thinking more megaman, super mario world or atari games.
Answered By: Universe Bear - 1/6/2012
Are you a "cool kid"? if you answer yes, you can't be a hipster... More
Answered By: John - 1/6/2012
WHO CARES. Let go of your image and be yourself. You sound like a tool.
Answered By: Y - 1/6/2012
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