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22 Things That Never Needed To Be Made Hipster

And you thought it was just food.

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1. Urinals.

Mother of god.
@Motchdobble / Via Twitter: @Motchdobble

Mother of god.

2. Handdryers.

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Sophie Gadd / BuzzFeed

The steampunk Dyson Airblade: It may eat your hands, but at least it looks edgy.

3. Lighting.

every hipster interior design trend rolled into one god-awful lamp

4. Restaurant seats.

The chairs are getting a little too hipster around here. #Vancouver

Imagine sitting on those in a pair of short shorts.

5. Public toilets.

Old public toilet converted into a coffeeshop in Central London, it's called the @Attendantcafe & it's hipster Mecca.

Because they keep converting them into coffee shops and wanky cocktail bars.

6. Vital public services.

At least you can forget all your employment woes with a nice margarita.
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At least you can forget all your employment woes with a nice margarita.

7. Stools.

Imagine trying to perch on that after a few pints.
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Imagine trying to perch on that after a few pints.

8. Bikes.

I mean, there's a ~ reason ~ the Penny Farthing didn't really catch on.
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I mean, there's a ~ reason ~ the Penny Farthing didn't really catch on.

9. Restaurants.

Obviously.
@DaveyWound / Via Twitter: @DaveyWound

Obviously.

10. Tables.

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11. Colanders.

I suppose you could wear it to the launch of your friend's pop-up gravy bistro if you happen to have left all your other hats on the bus.
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I suppose you could wear it to the launch of your friend's pop-up gravy bistro if you happen to have left all your other hats on the bus.

12. Babies.

What's the point of having children if you can't use them to push your style agenda?
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What's the point of having children if you can't use them to push your style agenda?

13. Mason jars.

A glass mason jar sippy cup. It's a good thing toddlers never throw things on the floor...
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A glass mason jar sippy cup. It's a good thing toddlers never throw things on the floor...

14. Moustaches.

Why.
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Why.

15. Toilet roll holders.

And you can guarantee that the people you live with STILL wouldn't replace the roll.
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And you can guarantee that the people you live with STILL wouldn't replace the roll.

16. Taps and sinks.

Oh dear...just walked into the #Byron toilet & a guy had mistaken this sink for a urinal. It's not that hipster here

Remember when washing your hands in a restaurant didn't make you feel like a Victorian scullery maid?

17. Soap holders.

Well at least it's not wasting plastic.
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Well at least it's not wasting plastic.

18. Serving coffee in a timely and efficient fashion.

I spent so long waiting for my coffee in that place that I started getting my post forwarded there.
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I spent so long waiting for my coffee in that place that I started getting my post forwarded there.

19. Souvenirs.

That's a bike jersey based on the Portland airport carpet pattern. I don't know why.
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That's a bike jersey based on the Portland airport carpet pattern. I don't know why.

20. Wifi.

Yes god forbid anyone would want to come to a cafe alone and talk to people on the internet.
Dushan Hanuska / Via Flickr: hanuska

Yes god forbid anyone would want to come to a cafe alone and talk to people on the internet.

21. iPads.

Don't worry, it's only $349.
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Don't worry, it's only $349.

22. Rubbish.

"Here's some old shit we found in the street, but we're calling it reclaimed so we can charge people loads of money for it" - hipster shops.
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"Here's some old shit we found in the street, but we're calling it reclaimed so we can charge people loads of money for it" - hipster shops.