Here's my latest video. Hope you like it.
I enjoyed this video. nice work.
Great music choice! Porter Robinson is amazing! Also very good video
It all depends on what the chick I am trying to sleep with at the moment is into. It's called acting. It's awesome.
... is actually awesome. 9/10, would show to friends.
cus thats not how stereotypes work!
Does it matter? Both sides have hot chicks, and as a college aged kid is there really anything else worthwhile about picking a side?
Pretty awesome video, definitely gonna pass this around
would watch again
Glad to see absolutely nothing's changed since I was an undergrad in the early 90's.
It so has too changed. Didn't you notice? Every girl in the video was clothed the whole time!
Superb my friend.
I actually looked up the bro/hipster guy on facebook and lo and behold, 3 of our mutual friends were what I'd call bros and 3 were what I'd call hipsters. Hmmm.....
This prompted me to ask my lady whether I am a bro or a hipster.
She doesn't know. Neither do I. I did graduate from MSU; perhaps that resolves this question. Really I just need a reliable identity; the content of it is secondary to its form.
You graduated from MSU so your a hipster?
Grammatically you're a hipster. Overuse of inappropriate semicolons. So am I. Intentional fragments. Dramatic.
See I'd have thought the MSU association would make me a bro, since we're all "brahs" anyway. I think it's an easy transition. And I do like to unintentionally flatter others by demonstrating my preoccupation with their opinions.
Regarding the semicolons, I find them useful to bring two independent clauses together that are so closely related as to form one sentence, though either could form one sentence on its own. I think I accomplished that here. Maybe not.
I like the fragments. Though I've always been overstated so I probably couldn't pull it off.
"Here is a lesson in creative writing. First rule: Do not use semicolons. They are transvestite hermaphrodites representing absolutely nothing. All they do is show you've been to college." - Kurt Vonnegut
then I better stop and quit trying to show people I've been to college. That man's grammar opinions hold a lot of weight with me.
Good thing I don't care about creativity. Really I just want to accumulate as many positive opinions as possible (I've even manufactured them in the past). Having been to college at one time had a lot to do with that. Christ knows it doesn't take creativity to do that.
Definitely a hipster.
I use the hell out of semicolons in my writing. It just happens that way. Then again, I hated Slaughterhouse-Five because I had to write a book report on it. Just try finding a particular passage you want to cite when there are four timelines, none of which happen in chronological order. So I always cast a wary eye toward Vonnegut.
I question any commenter who claims to "use the hell out of semicolons" but does not use any semicolons to say that.
I'll get you good as soon as I think of a witty retort; nothing comes to mind right now.
I know a ton of hipsters at MSU. Granted my good friends at state are bros, but everytime I visit there I seem to see a tonnnn of hipsters.
Cause I fucking drink until the sun comes up!
Another solid offering, much like pursuit of jappiness. Michigan undergrads are creative, apparently.
brohard hippsters suck
For some reason I thought this was going to be a Dom Mazzetti video haha, great job i loved it.
I would straddle the fence on this but we are who we are. - Sincerely Bromigo
I wore my pregaming with pat tank while watching
Coming from a Bro Namath, when did drinking PBR become contrarian/hipster as opposed to just American/blue-collar/awesome?
It has never been contrarian. Pabst himself was a fraternity man.
When did PBR become hipster? Not sure if serious...
I had no idea. I'm disappointed. In the realm of beer I could down quickly in college, I enjoyed PBR and High Life. I got hammered, played video games and went to Rick's though as opposed to wearing ironic t-shirts and starting flash mobs, so I'm sort of confused.
I was curious too, and found this:
It's always marketing.
Glen Robinson jersey guy should've been a hipster. No way he's wearing that to a party under any less than three levels of irony.
But now that his son's coming here, that jersey could acquire a certain "retrobro" sheen.
You have a future in the field.
But of course I know nothing about movies.
Yeah, but are you on the pursuit of jappiness?
well done...enjoyed it
I loved it and it is pretty timeless as 15 years ago this video would have been pretty spot on at umich.
plus, I'm pretty sure that's the house my wife lived in on Ann Street.
By the way, I started joking about hipsters before it was cool.
Well done. Sadly, the Mayans may be right that the world will end, but it will be when ascertaining the difference between a hipster and a bro becomes impossible.