Back at the hipster coffee shop
>not buying the biggest bottles of Sriracha you can find
There have been problems with men sitting in the patio and commenting on the attractiveness of female patrons.
I have been one of these men. Alcohol was involved.
Yeah that was me
a /ck/ meme is going to the same boring establishment many times and repeatedly taking pictures and making a thread about it. The most popular one is the fat girl who goes to the $4 chinese buffet once a week and makes threads
That's NOT a hipster coffee shop. That looks perfectly normal. THIS is a hipster coffee shop -
I'm imagining all the cool people in town hanging out there, in their LA Gear sneakers and acid wash jeans, drinking the hip new cappuchinos that are taking West BabyJesusburg's jet set by storm
The especially individualistic members of this community, the ones who subscribe to the provicatively irreverent "grunge" subculture, might even order french press coffee, black of course. It's supposed to be muddy, this is how the french drink it. My aunt's impossibly cosmopolitan former roommate who wears marithe francois girbaud has an actual passport and she swears it's true.
from what I have picked up from the pictures, this ain't your hipster coffee shop. (hipster is cultural boogeyman designed to sell materials btw)
Being from the midwest, this looks like your average county seat coffee house that is run by people who are more than likely hitting midlife crisis. The chalk board menus, the cluttered walls, and the many amounts of small tables make this place more reminiscent of a Cracker Barrel hybrid than anything.
I bet the employees are mostly high school students or recent graduates.
>hipster is cultural boogeyman designed to sell materials btw
>this looks like your average county seat coffee house
while it is indeed a county seat OKC is also the hub of a metropolitan area with a diverse population of millions, not the sort of sleepy midwestern burg you meant to imply
>run by people who are more than likely hitting midlife crisis
the owners have been operating the Red Cup since they were young men in 1996
>The chalk board menus, the cluttered walls, and the many amounts of small tables
cozy as fuck bro
>Being from the midwest,
You're the kind of moron who gives the entire middle third of the country a bad name
>I bet the employees are mostly high school students or recent graduates.
all the employees are wannabe artists/musicians in their 20's and 30's.
My city has plenty of the currently en vogue coffee shops that resemble clinically sterile temples to caffeinated pretension that one finds in any mid size or larger city, pic related.
These places all have pretty good coffee but they also feel soulless and grim to me, all the charm of a dentist's office.
My favorite coffee shop (Iris Bookcafe), located in Cincinnati. Such a cozy place to get things done and the most beautiful courtyard garden in the alley behind the building. I could stay here for hours.The place constantly plays hardcore punk music in the background, and the staff have crazy hair.
Shit like this would never fly here in Eastern Europe. What the fuck is wrong with you people?
So in Eastern Europe you can be loudly rude to people when they buy coffee?
Cool, sign me up.
This is a coffeeshop for white people who have dreads and wake 'n' bake. Maybe it's hip for some random low-population shithole. I bet they have folk bands play there on Fridays. There is nothing remotely hipster about it.
Why is American coffee-hipsters' game so weak?
>they don't make coffee shops in alleyways next to dumpsters
>he drinks his coffee while not in an extreme state of discomfort
I wanted to meet someone at a coffee shop for a hot dicking.
>It was a hipster place.
> I ordered a $8 single cup of coffee. (median price)
>Tasted it without sugar or cream
>Tasted like how a gas station smells
>Frantically looked for sugar, cream, anything
>"Oh uh... We're uh... Sorry we don't uh... We don't believe coffee should have sugar in it."
>"We drink it like the indigenous Peruvians did"
>They both talk about business shit.
why do some of these coffee shops have to put up such tacky art. hell they could have a sterile hospital cafeteria room with wifi that serves coffee and that business would still be working
Why do most of these places look like garbage? Like literal garbage? It looks like a failed re-purposing of old materials. Like if you're gonna build furniture out of construction pallets, clean them down, sand them down, use the good wood and put on a nice stain and finish, don't just lop that shit around the shop.
It legitimately looks like a half assed drywalling and flooring done for an empty dingy apartment by some spanish company, it looks the way my apartment did before my brother and his friend finished it up.
If I ever own a coffee shop I hope you anons tell me outright how much of a faggot I am for doing any of the above. Pray to /a/ that I don't end up like these though.
Because grungy is cool. Middle class lefties don't won't to feel like rich bourgeois so they ride their $500 fixies to hang out in a purposely run down place where a coffee ironically costs $20 and the kale sandwiches $40