Post by Dave Maynar on Jan 28, 2013 4:02:03 GMT -5
Apparently, I was the 2006 version starting in around 2000... through now. So am I ahead of the curve and behind it all at the same time? Is that meta (or possibly some other literary term I don't understand)?
Ok, after heavily researching the Coachella lineup, they officially KILLED IT with their EDM lineup. Just when I think I'm well rounded in all EDM something like this comes along. It's going to be interesting to see if they stick all this killer underground stuff in the Sahara during the day and bring the cheese at night, or use the new tent for it.
I don't know that it was cheaper, man. You could get a handle of vodka and a case of Red Bull at f*cking Costco or something and make those for about 1/3 of the price as Sparks.
And Sparks tasted like aluminum. It's the truth.
I still guzzled it like water. Any of those pre-mixed malt drinks are the death of me, because they all taste like candy and can be absolutely KILLCRUSHSLAYED when it's warm out.
Well yes, when you buy vodka and red bull in bulk to drink at home it's cheaper than Sparks. I never reach for a caffeinated mix drink until I've already been drinking for several hours and generally am out at the bar. Unless maybe I'm on day 2-3 of a bender.
That is exactly something a true hipster would say.
I knew someone would say that.
Hipsters ruin everything, because if you like something, then hipsters like it, people assume that you're a hipster. It's annoying. I wear suits (and not vintage suits, nor absurdly shrunken Thom Browne suits). Hipsters don't shop at Brooks Brothers.
But wearing nothing but Brooks Brother's no-iron shirts cause you're too lazy to do dry cleaning is kinda hipster.
True. I also think "hipsterism" is relative. I wouldn't be considered a hipster by folks here, but with my neighbors, friends, and other kids' parents, I am a hipster doofus, hipstery, hippie, bohemian, off-center, oddball. Which doesn't bother me - I've noticed that they all want me and my iPod at their soirees.