13 Things Every Dublin Hipster Needs To Give Up This Lent

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Hipsters have taken the world by sepia toned storm over the past couple of years. They seem to be everywhere; serving us coffee, selling us juice, designing our websites and brewing our beer. 

And while this has all been well and good, they do tend to devour a plate (or non-plate) of notions for breakfast, before their Instagrammed sun even rises.

Below are a few suggestions on what the hipsters of Dublin should consider giving up over the next 40 days and nights – just to try life out as an average person for once, and see how they feel after freeing themselves from the shackles of apathy.

1. Giving up on giving up

''It's just been done, you know?''

Yes, Lent has indeed 'been done'. But a) that line is REALLY old, and b) shut up.

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2. Jam jars

There is nothing wrong with glasses, be they flutes or pints. They were specifically made for the purpose of holding liquids about to be drunk. USE THEM. 

Delicious Ball Jars

3. Filter coffee

The catnip of the hipster world. Buy a latte and be quiet.

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4. Burritos

Be they tasty, convenient and everywhere, it would seem the average hipster's body is made up of 78% burrito at this stage. Cannot be healthy. De-burrito yo'self. 

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5. Gluten

Lol, you do that anyway.

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6. Irony 

Wear your Corrs t-shirt with pride.

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7. Brocabulary 

Brotograph, brotocol, brocha latte. 

No.

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8. Kale

It's not nice. And I'm not sorry.

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9. The following drinks:

  • Matcha lattes
  • IPA 
  • Coconut water (it tastes like sweat)
  • Nut milks

Maybe just try not to get thirsty over the next while.

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10. Foreign films ALL the time

An episode of Brooklyn Nine Nine once in a while won't kill you.

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11. Ripped jeans

Far too cold for that carry on anyway. We're doing you a favour, trust us. 

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12. Saying the word 'literally'

It literally needs to stop.

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13. Social media

Feck Facebook, toss Tumblr and eradicate your Instagram for a short while and let food and scenic routes live in their natural habitat without fear of being papped. 

You have permission to post one, and only one, Paddy's Day related antic to a social media platform of your choice, but that's it.

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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