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Cultural OriginPlay
Hipster has origins in 1940s jazz culture, and was then connected to non-conformity. SlideHe prides himself on being a hipster, always seeking out underground jazz clubs.
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Mildly PejorativePlay
Sometimes 'hipster' suggests trying too hard to be trendy, drawing mild mockery. SlideI guess I'm a bit of a hipster since I only drink coffee from beans I've roasted.
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Hipsters often reject mainstream options in favor of more obscure choices. SlideShe's such a hipster, preferring vinyl records to digital music.