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HIPSTER DOUCHE INVADES STARBUCKS WITH TWO COMPUTER MONITORS -- THE SIZE OF A WINDSHIELD!

by Mimi Brickmeyer, staff writer  [May 26, 2017]

 

 

 

[WeeklyUniverse.com]  Who is king of the hipster douches? That title might well belong to a man who's become a regular at a Starbucks in the uber-trendy city of Santa Monica, California. While lesser douches are content to pose before Apple laptops while pretending to be "working" on their latest screenplay, King Hipster Douche brings his entire office into the coffee store for all to see and admire.

 

 

Note that not one, but nothing less than two monitors will accomplish his vital goals. Goals too important to be performed in a mere home or office. No, this is work that must be on full public display for all to see, from both inside and outside the store.

 

 

And check out the size of that monitor! Good thing Starbucks provides plenty of electrical outlets for its costumers. I wonder if the profit margin on King Hipster Douche's Grande Iced Coconutmilk Mocha Macchiato (or whatever hipster douches are drinking these days) was enough to pay for his daily electrical usage?

Oh, right. This is $tarbuck$ we're talking about. Never mind.

 

Mimi Brickmeyer is a Los Angeles based tabloid reporter specializing in celebrities and popular culture. Read about her adventures in in Hollywood Witches!

 

 

 

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