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Everyone hates hipsters — even hipsters themselves! — but the truth is, we need hipsters.

You see, hipsters basically run every cool industry out there, from fashion to magazines. 

It is what it is. 

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2013 is going to be an unbelievable year for these hipster creatures.

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We know it, and here’s proof: here are six reasons why 2013 is going to be awesome for the modern day hipster.

The second season of Girls.

Easily the hipster’s favorite show. What’s the need for reality TV when hipsters could watch their reality on TV: you know, a bunch of early 20-something white folk, kicking the breeze, living off their parents and working at $20,000 a year artsy jobs (that don’t even really exist anymore) while living in huge NYC apartments.  

New albums from A$AP Rocky, Azealia Banks, Action Bronson and Danny Brown. 

All of these rappers are different and spit with their own individual flair. Yet, the hipster crowd loves them all equally. We don’t get it, but f*ck it we love ’em too, so it’s cool. 

The Bike Share program starts in NYC.

Hipsters love bikes. They also love using used sh*t. Which means it’s going to be a great spring for Brooklynites: that’s when NYC launches its bike share program.

Skinny jeans are becoming less popular.

Well, it hasn’t happened yet. But we think it’s going to happen. From nerve damage to circulation problems, there have been more and more studies showing that wearing skinny jeans can be detrimental towards your health. Mainstream will be off it soon, so it’s all yours hipsters. 

New sneakers are starting to look old. 

Why spend all of that time dragging your kicks through the mud when you can just buy ’em cooked? Companies like Nike realize there is a gold mine in selling new sneakers that already look old. 

This whole states legalizing weed thing is happening everywhere. 

Listen, if Colorado could legalize weed, any state could. By 2015 you’ll be able to walk in a Wal-Mart in Texas and buy some weed with a pistol.