Hip·oc·ra·cy

(noun): An ass-holier-than-thou social class made up of persons subjected to exclusion and/or ridicule in grade school who then grew up, became hipsters and now exclude and/or ridicule those who didn't.
"Every year during SXSW in Austin, members of the New York hipocracy show up like a sea of black apathy and drown the locals with dripping sarcasm."

Pfft is a mating call for the hipocracy.

That aloof, bearded dude who works at my video store and scoffs quietly when I rent blockbusters must belong to the hipocracy.
作者 mario something 2010年11月15日
A nation of people who just love to say one thing and do another.
AMERICA IS A HIPOCRACY
作者 Ivaan 2008年8月14日

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