For the most part, I got a really good laugh out of it, but then, in typical hipster AdBuster article fashion hit its stride:
With nothing to defend, uphold or even embrace, the idea of â€œhipsterdomâ€ is left wide open for attack. And yet, it is this ironic lack of authenticity that has allowed hipsterdom to grow into a global phenomenon that is set to consume the very core of Western counterculture. Most critics make a point of attacking the hipsterâ€™s lack of individuality, but it is this stubborn obfuscation that distinguishes them from their predecessors, while allowing hipsterdom to easily blend in and mutate other social movements, sub-cultures and lifestyles.
You create a countercultre, then pretend not to be. A movement, I say.
To nowhere, with nobody, pretending not to enjoy it.