February 14, 2014

Hipster Valentine’s Cards: I’m Kinda, Sorta Into You (Just A Little).

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Are you a hipster?

Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day (ironically, of course)? Have you done so since before it was, like, a thing?

Are you snowed in, rendering a quick jaunt to the card section of your local drugstore nearly impossible?

Are you in a confusing relationship situation right now? Do you not know if the person you’re kinda sorta seeing expects some sort of romantic gesture on Valentine’s Day?

Do you fear telephones and dread face-to-face encounters?

Are you on a limited budget?

Does the ‘L word’ make you break out in hives?

Nevertheless, are you an affable, humorous sort? Would you kindly and discreetly inform a stranger if she had spinach in her teeth? A skirt tucked into the back of her pantyhose?

Are you acquainted with the interweb?

Do you have access to reliable Wi-Fi?

Behold, a list of online hipster Valentine’s cards for people in befuddling situations and the people who just might kinda, sorta be into them:

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Relephant bonus video:


Relephant reads: 

10 Signs you’re a true Hipster.

Beware! 10 Things that don’t make you a Hipster & One Thing that Does.

In Defense of Hipsters. 

Editor: Rachel Nussbaum

Photo: somee cards

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Marthe Weyandt

Marthe Weyandt is a Pittsburgh-based yoga instructor and freelance writer. She enjoys traveling and spending time in the great outdoors. She is currently learning to play guitar, albeit badly and at frequencies only dogs can hear. She believes in the power of the word, creatively and lovingly rendered, to create positive change in the world. She has a Bachelor’s in English and Religion from Dickinson College and a Master’s in International Affairs from Columbia University. She spent two years as an English instructor with the United States Peace Corps in Madagascar. Check out some of her other work here.