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- noun slang, derogatory An
affluentfollower of trends.
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Also known as yupster (yuppie + hipster), yindie (yuppie + indie), and alterna-yuppie.
You know, in case you just can't wait til you get to the hipster/yupster/messenger bar for that first cold can of- uh, well, whatever the hell they put in- PBR.
Mark is right, except that I would add that the yupster proliferation has also made it impossible for decent working class folks to live in this City, in addition to artists.
As New York magazine put it three years ago, the grungy yupster look represents a "convergence of downtown cool and easy, abundant money."
Hey Reader: "Becky Bob" is a way too funny name for the kid of a yupster.
At least when you (and by "you," I mean this yupster mass blob of douchebaggery and co. that walk around the city going to tapas bars [I'm Latin, and I hate going to those] and doing other unbelievably pretentious nonsense) took away my right to smoke cigarettes at bars, at the very least, I understood that my behavior may have negatively affected the health of the brave men and women who get me drunk.
The upstairs bar is nice as well, it is like a yupster version of Government Camp.
The bar was gay, middle class black and yupster all at once.
I imagine the author of The Brat Race to be a clever and talented yupster who, trying to get back in touch with the city he abandoned for the 'burbs years ago, crapped out this little play as a kind of midlife crisis lark.
Oakland area of Temescal has become a yupster magnet, led by local merchants who embarked five years ago on a deliberate strategy to shed the tawdry Oakland
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A yuppie hipster.
May 20, 2008