My new Lady Gaga tattoo on my forearm done by brisbane based tattoo artist and my boss Teneile Napoli.- karleesabrina submitted
This is the photographic definition for Dads are the Original Hipsters… It sums up the whole blog perfectly. Additionally, it has inspired me to hold another contest. I’ll try to get details up soon, so stay tuned.
Thanks to Maya for the photo.
Months ago, I wrote something for this site about my father’s struggle. He had a heart attack, open-heart surgery, and faced many injustices, living in America today without health insurance.
On February 27, 2012, he died due to his inadequate heath care. He left behind a wife of 25 years, 4 children and 4 grandchildren - 2 of which will never meet their amazing, wonderful, inspiring grandfather.
He is, was, the 99%.
Hey hipsters prepare to spit out your fair-trade, organic roast coffee all over your Macbook because you’re about to get photo-slapped in the dome-piece with truth. Try looking at the modern adonis above and deny his awesome. Yes, he’s rocking jorts and showing leg cleavage. Yes, he has face-carpet. Yes, he’s riding a velo-beast. He was a badass and never forget that half of your genes (and all of your style) come from a man that lived so aggressively that people mistook his partying for nature disasters.
Happy Friday hipsters. I don’t know what the shit is going on is this photo, but all of it is pure win. From the velo-swag kid in the background pulling an A.C. Slater on the chair, to Nana getting grape drunk in her fresh Nikes — this moment is priceless. Check out dad too. A normal bottle of vino couldn’t quench his liver’s Funday night thirst for inebriation, which is why he always rolled deep with a jug of Jesus juice. He didn’t just bring the party, he was usually the reason why the party got shut down and why granny has a DUI on her record from trying to ride her electric wheelchair home.
I raise my box of wine to you sir. You are a life champion of debauchery.
Post Note: I thought this was a legit submission and it is not. Turns out it is a David Lachapelle photo from his collection “Recollections in America.” My bad and please only submit your photos. Here’s a link to the rest of the collection.
This photo is unexplainable, perfect, and completely appropriate.
Hipsters, you have no future and your dad said it first.