Local tagger really stickin’ it to hipsters

Is this an effective use of spray paint? Circle one: y/n


28 Responses to “Local tagger really stickin’ it to hipsters”

  1. young urby says:

    what ever happened to yuppies?

  2. suckerpunch says:

    I don’t know about “effective”, but it’s at least as legitimate as any other use of spray paint.

  3. Snake Plissken says:

    at what point, do these posts just become redundant? it’s like white noise. and yeah, i know i didn’t have to click on it.

  4. Skyscraper says:

    Why not?

  5. well, duh, obviously. says:

    seriously…..the hipsters have moved out


    the term hipster has lost all meaning.

    the hipsters that are still around are the folks who WORK there NOT the folks who go there for the food.

  6. Brandon Cruz says:

    mmmm Salami.

  7. Lindylula says:

    The guy who is part of that restaurant group is a dick and they deserve all manner of grief they get. Letting their delivery trucks park in the red zone so no one can see oncoming traffic in that super dangerous two way intersection. Even after they had been repeatedly warned about the danger.

    Their delivery trucks subsequently knocked and split nearly half the tree there, the manager of the Salumeria actually witnessed it, sat there drinking a glass of white wine, did nothing to take care of it(not even with some caution tape) and then denied any responsibility for it.

    Screw ‘em. Although you can check my hands. No blue spray paint on ‘em anywhere.

  8. I define “hipsters” as kids who use cans of spray-paint, rather than chalk or crayons. So there.

  9. poor.ass.millionaire says:

    But they make rather swell $14 sandwiches…..errr…..sandos ;)

  10. Telecinex says:

    The most hipster thing ever would be to affix a frame around the tag, thereby legitimizing the graffiti as a valid expression of urban angst in the milleiu of 21st century racial politics.