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Ask a Sad Hipster: Will this advice column ever be good?



This is my new advice column. It's about, ugh, whatever. Send your questions to askahipsteradvice@gmail.com. Or don't. I really don't care.

Dear Hipster,

Here is a question for you. Will this column ever become "good" or should we, the readers, expect it to stay the same?

Concerned,
Mike


Dear Mike,

I would say it's probably going to stay the same. I think you might find something you like on CBS. Thank you for reading.

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Dear Hipster,

I'd like to start canning. Any tips?

Sincerely,
Can I?

Dear Can I?,

I made this Vine to help you.

If you can't see this Vine and that bugs you, click this link.

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Dear Hipster,

Was Jesus the first hipster? Or was it Mithra? Or Horus?

Sincerely,
Tom


Dear Tom,

I've only heard of the third one so I really couldn't say.

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Dear Hipster,

I'm starting my own advice column. Do you have any advice on how i should start? I mean I could do it without help, but it's always good to have a professional opinion.

Sincerely,
Advice Column Blues


Dear Advice Column Blues,

Being an advice columnist is a terrible and thankless job that I wouldn't recommend to my worst enemy. My advice on starting is not starting because nothing really matters anyway. But good luck!


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