I've decided that "hipster" shouldn't just apply to music. And it shouldn't just apply to douchebags in their mid twenties. Case in point, at my deli. I'm dealing with a customer who has to be in her sixties.
"I love Edamame."
"Yes, I know, it's really good. How much would you like?"
"I've been eating Edamame for years."
"That's great. So, a medium....?"
"When I first started eating Edamame, you couldn't get it in the grocery store. Nobody had ever heard of it. That's when I first had it. I was probably one of the first people in this city who ate Edamame...."
"...or a large....?"
"You couldn't get it a grocery store. You'd ask for Edamame, and they'd just look at you. But now it's popular, and everyone's eating it."
"Well, it is good."
"Yes, yes it is."
"So, how much Edamame can I get for you?"
"Oh, I don't eat Edamame anymore."