The newcomers, who call themselves "gutter punks," [...] "The girls here like it that I'm dirty and I ride trains," he added. [...] "This is not Haight-Ashbury," said Community Board 1 member Evan Thies. "This is a family neighborhood."
Also: Before shaving off both eyebrows, we suggest doing just one to see if it suits you.
...because if the no-eyebrow look doesn't suit you, the one-eyebrow look almost certainly will!
When I first shaved my head, I looked at myself in the mirror and said, "wow, those eyebrows really stand out." So I shaved them off too, and then said, "oops, maybe that wasn't the best idea." That was in the mid-90s. I am so far ahead of the fashion trends.
actually you're behind by at least 700 years ;)
is no eyelashes next?
that article is full of some of the dumbest, most airheaded quips I have ever read in print.
(userpic is me, I'm so uncool and not hard core I didn't even use Photoshop to "shave" my eyebrows, I used The Gimp)
"supplant" enters hipster vocabulary.
I think I'd have enjoyed going my whole life without reading the phrase "eyebrow merkins".
I never would have thought Death Guild regulars to be trend setters.
> The girls here like it that I'm dirty and I ride trains,"
(Goes to buy rail pass)
paying for the rail pass, unfortunately, detracts from the dirtiness
I hate that I read this to see if my loser junkie ex was mentioned.
The funny thing, to me, is this is how Williamsburgh used to be, before the trust fund hipsters invaded (with Wall streeters close behind). It was junkies, hookers and biker bars. There is a certain irony in it all.