I know that my fans are probably going, like, “WTF! He should be sorry about his long absence from our lives! Not for being the coolest guy of all times!” ~ and I’m sorry if my fan from BuzzFeed gets disappointed by my reaction after he put me as number 9 on his recent survey “The 22 Types Of Hipster You Encounter In London“.
Well, dear fans, don’t get me wrong! I am truly sorry for coming back from my hibernation being all sorry and all, and I know it must sound retarded, but I’m seriously sorry for having destroyed the lives of thousands and thousands of frustrated parents as they hopelessly watch their long lost children walk the streets like attention seeking freaks doing all sorts of alternative shit for the sake of alternativity.
When I started the trend I had no idea that I was going to be this influential, and I might have chosen a bit of a different style if was to do it all over again. I mean, to me it was just about having fun. I was a Fine Art student at Central St. Martins, a London university famous for its fashion courses. And I don’t know if you guys have noticed, but I would not really come a cross as a fashion icon in most settings. I mean… But at St. Martins I was surrounded by the coming superstar fashion designers, and they all looked amazing in their carefully chosen clothing items. I felt so dull in my Norwegian farmer style clothes next to them, so I started putting on more colorful clothes in a vain attempt to outshine these beauties. It was an attention seeking act coming from a general lack of self confidence, and little did I know that the coming designers of the world would secretly plot down all my moves in their secret little sketch books that they keep next to their wardrobes.
To me it started as a joke, but when I realized the consequences of what I had started my brain automatically and unconsciously suppressed that segment of my life. But, alas, I cannot hide no more! The truth of my history has been brought to life by one of the most popular websites in the world. Fuck it.
The truth is that I have already made my good ol’ neighborhood in Lebanon a victim of mass gentrification, and recently, with all the new hipsters coming to Beirut, I freaked the fuck out and fled to Nepal.
So now I’m chilling out here:
And here are some of the other hipsters that was on the list:
Is Iceland the REAL threat to Europe?
We’re obsessed with putting our eyes on islamofacists, islafists, salafists, and, well, you know, just muslims, but is this where the real threat is coming from?
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Being down with the kids
When the 2famous.TV crew rolled up in our red Mercedes at this beautiful island in the south of Norway, we pretty much felt like stars. I mean, festivals are usually the place where we can show (and prove to ourselves) that we still got it; that we’re still down with the kids, despite the fact that most of our crew is twice the age of the average populat... [more]
– No work visa required
If you live in a shithole, you should come to Norway and join the shitfest!
There is a loophole in the strict Norwegian job market, and that loophole can be found right between a grizzlys genitals and it’s tale (also known as its butthole).
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Here I sit overlooking the rooftops of Oslo while it’s pouring down from the gray sky. It’s that time of the year where all you want to do is to sit inside and drink red wine while being melancholic. I daydream about Lebanon, though Beirut somehow feels like an oriental dream in the distance. It’s so different from where I am right now. It’s almost surreal. But I guess ... [more]
It’s election on Monday, and no one is talking about how much the “Peace Nation” Norway sucks for everyone that’s not in Norway.
I wish I could have talked about something that had something to do with the real world, but I have been living in an isolated bubble for the past week. It’s not my lack of access to the internet that has cut me off, nor is it that I’ve been occupied with setting up the 2famous.TV HQ in Oslo with Knut and Liza. True, I’ve been stressing around decorating my new room so that i... [more]