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Subject: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 4:17 pm

I keep seeing people post here no changes are happening, but I decided to make a thread to show you CHANGES are happening
you just have to pay attention. So this thread is to address the shift changes (cues memes)





Cardi - B becomes the new it Girl of RAP, first Female to have 2 Billboard hot 100's


https://media.pitchfork.com/photos/599e577e6c9e4147e946be7c/1:1/w_300/GettyImages-835868862.jpg

https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8463605/cardi-b-i-like-it-hot-100-number-one-j-balvin-bad-bunny


Suburbs making a comeback


https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/38ceb94cd6dded3c85b842d82679b1c561857030/c=22-0-377-267/local/-/media/2018/06/29/NJGroup/AsburyPark/636658782808906850-miniaci.jpg?width=540&height=405&fit=crop

https://www.app.com/story/money/business/main-street/2018/07/02/nj-suburbs-cool-again-millennials-others-return-affordable-homes/717281002/


The Hipster movement of 2008 - 2016 is dead

https://img-s3.onedio.com/id-59231e36d589064e1bc2ffb9/rev-0/w-635/f-jpg-webp/s-5c3f2239ddb0555daebe907cde2d63a9ebf464d4.webp

https://onedio.co/content/hipster-movement-ended-whats-next-here-are-8-new-trends-that-might-be-next-thing-16705


Emo subculture has returned

https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/783423903167242241/oBbdQCIX_400x400.jpg

https://media.timeout.com/images/103555216/750/422/image.jpg




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https://www.dmagazine.com/arts-entertainment/2018/06/dallas-emo-nite-makes-a-generation-of-music-fans-feel-understood-again/

https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/10-emo-rap-artists-to-know-news.51939.html


Toys R US is DEad

https://hips.hearstapps.com/hmg-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/images/why-did-toys-r-us-close-1530553624.jpg?resize=980:*

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/a22023522/toys-r-us-closed-for-good/







Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/04/18 at 5:14 pm

And this is why I would argue that 2018 is the first "new school year" of this decade.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 5:17 pm


And this is why I would argue that 2018 is the first "new school year" of this decade.


Now I know what u mean by 2002 vibe!

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/04/18 at 5:18 pm

More changes in 2018:
*Tide pods become the first exclusively Generation Z stereotype
*The Parkland shooting and March for Lives event challenge the notion of Generation Z being more conservative
*The hipster glasses that were "en vogue" from 2008 to 2017 have been replaced by aviator eyeglasses
*The Traditionalist Worker Party, one of the biggest groups in the alt-right, is no longer in existence
*The deaths of XXXTentacion, Jimmy Wopo, and Smoke Dawg impact people who are into rap
*Harry Potter books get new covers

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/04/18 at 5:19 pm


Now I know what u mean by 2002 vibe!


I was the guy who said "1997 vibe". Batfan2005 was actually the one who said "2002 vibe".

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/04/18 at 5:20 pm

Me reviving the taxi industry with UberEats.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 5:21 pm


I was the guy who said "1997 vibe". Batfan2005 was actually the one who said "2002 vibe".


Oh yeah LOL I still see what u mean

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/04/18 at 5:33 pm

"Emo subculture has returned"

https://media1.tenor.com/images/8e1ca004043b8c59421e0da43bbc43fc/tenor.gif?itemid=4652942

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 5:42 pm


"Emo subculture has returned"

https://media1.tenor.com/images/8e1ca004043b8c59421e0da43bbc43fc/tenor.gif?itemid=4652942



http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/music/ct-ent-juice-wrld-emo-rap-chicago-0628-story.html



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DgzogMIX0AA92tX.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DgyQ7K7WAAAV-Qy.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DgtHAVPUEAEvWAT.jpg


https://galoremag.com/most-emo-looks-fashion-month-2017/


It’s been almost a decade since emo reigned supreme, but thanks to the dismal state of our country, people are starting to get angsty af again.

Music is getting sadder, eyeliner is starting to get heavier, and fashion trends you never thought would come back in style, like mesh bodysuits and lip rings, are popping up left and right.



https://galoremag.com/most-emo-looks-fashion-month-2017/


https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQneJhqQR3HmrsH3sx9YhbXb7PHPnu2GQM54j4Ba1P5FIHHdgJr

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 6:08 pm


More changes in 2018:
*Tide pods become the first exclusively Generation Z stereotype
*The Parkland shooting and March for Lives event challenge the notion of Generation Z being more conservative
*The hipster glasses that were "en vogue" from 2008 to 2017 have been replaced by aviator eyeglasses
*The Traditionalist Worker Party, one of the biggest groups in the alt-right, is no longer in existence
*The deaths of XXXTentacion, Jimmy Wopo, and Smoke Dawg impact people who are into rap
*Harry Potter books get new covers

Dude so glad the hipster era is over you have no idea, I have been waiting years and years

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/04/18 at 6:09 pm


Dude so glad the hipster era is over you have no idea, I have been waiting years and years


The ones wearing those aviator glasses could be yuccies, which are kind of like neo-hipsters.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/04/18 at 6:52 pm

Emo subculture? You guys really want emo culture to come back.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:32 pm


Emo subculture? You guys really want emo culture to come back.



you must be blind lol

http://atwoodmagazine.com/emo-nite-la-brooklyn-steel-2018-review/


http://www.houstonpress.com/music/emo-nite-la-on-a-roll-as-it-hits-houston-10354512


https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/8061816/the-chainsmokers-demi-lovato-emo-nite-day-2017-pics-video

http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/34997/1/tracing-emo-cultures-fiery-resurgence-in-2017


Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/04/18 at 7:34 pm



you must be blind lol

http://atwoodmagazine.com/emo-nite-la-brooklyn-steel-2018-review/


http://www.houstonpress.com/music/emo-nite-la-on-a-roll-as-it-hits-houston-10354512


https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/8061816/the-chainsmokers-demi-lovato-emo-nite-day-2017-pics-video

http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/34997/1/tracing-emo-cultures-fiery-resurgence-in-2017

You must be deaf and blind most of the links say 2017.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/04/18 at 7:36 pm


Emo subculture? You guys really want emo culture to come back.

PLEASE no. When we have a 2000s revival, we need to leave that part out.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:37 pm


You must be deaf and blind most of the links say 2017.


The Emo movement has been gainingsteam in 2016 2017 and is now about to be huge in 2018,
if you havent noticed 2 rappers that died recently were EMO rappers

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:37 pm


PLEASE no. When we have a 2000s revival, we need to leave that part out.


it is coming back tho,  its not when it is coming back now

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/04/18 at 7:41 pm


The Emo movement has been gainingsteam in 2016 2017 and is now about to be huge in 2018,
if you havent noticed 2 rappers that died recently were EMO rappers

xxxtentacion wasn't emo he was rock but okay.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/04/18 at 7:43 pm


You must be deaf and blind most of the links say 2017.

"Emo Nite"
-Post Malone
-Demi Lovato
-The Chainsmokers
How are they exactly emo?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/04/18 at 7:45 pm


"Emo Nite"
-Post Malone
-Demi Lovato
-The Chainsmokers
How are they exactly emo?

You asking the wrong person.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:45 pm


"Emo Nite"
-Post Malone
-Demi Lovato
-The Chainsmokers
How are they exactly emo?


If you haven't noticed there has been EMO nite partys and get togethers atleast every week
I am not talking about a DJ coming in like Demi or Post, but its becoming a sub culture again, just like GRunge in 88
it started in get togethers and little shows in Seattle until it popped off in 91

Thats how undeerground movements work, you just can't see it because you are not paying attention to whats brewing underground

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/04/18 at 7:46 pm


If you haven't noticed there has been EMO nite partys and get togethers atleast every week
I am not talking about a DJ coming in like Demi or Post, but its becoming a sub culture again, just like GRunge in 88
it started in get togethers and little shows in Seattle until it popped off in 91

Thats how undeerground movements work, you just can't see it because you are not paying attention to whats brewing underground

"Emonite"
Thinks of Fortnite

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:48 pm

Only those who are really intouch with music know whats going on with EMO right now

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:50 pm

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Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/04/18 at 7:54 pm

Emo rap is cancer i'm sorry but i'm being honest.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/04/18 at 7:56 pm


Emo rap is cancer i'm sorry but i'm being honest.


you can think that, I am just a lil baffled that people think EMO is not back after countless videos from
BillBoard and others saying EMO is back lol

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: bchris02 on 07/05/18 at 2:45 am

While my personal life is very different than it was in 2008, sometimes the zeitgeist of this era feels like I am re-living the late '00s.  Emo coming back (and longer hair for guys) is just something else that contributes to it.  This era is defined by fun music alongside a dark political atmosphere that is so dark it makes you wonder if society is on the verge of complete collapse.  That's how things were in 2008 and that's how they are in 2018.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: y2kkid92 on 07/05/18 at 7:38 am


Dude so glad the hipster era is over you have no idea, I have been waiting years and years


Lol the hipster glasses  were out since 2015 and nothings changed since then "hipster ism" is not a trend it's people doing/wearing what they wan't with there newly found  social acceptance since the subculture went mainstream in  2014 if you want to see what i'm getting look at how many people are still covering themselves with a gazillion tattoos , this acceptance of non-convention and the social attitudes are not waning that's why"hipster-ism" isn't and can't end it's the zeitgeist of our time and THAT is not going to change so expect more rose petal tattoo inspired print's on clothes

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/05/18 at 7:46 am


Lol the hipster glasses  were out since 2015 and nothings changed since then "hipster ism" is not a trend it's people doing/wearing what they wan't with there newly found  social acceptance since the subculture went mainstream in  2014 if you want to see what i'm getting look at how many people are still covering themselves with a gazillion tattoos , this acceptance of non-convention and the social attitudes are not waning that's why"hipster-ism" isn't and can't end it's the zeitgeist of our time and THAT is not going to change so expect more rose petal tattoo inspired print's on clothes


I still saw a lot of hipster glasses in 2015 and 2016. In 2017, it started to decline, and by 2018, they were gone and replaced with aviator eyeglasses.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: y2kkid92 on 07/05/18 at 8:06 am


I still saw a lot of hipster glasses in 2015 and 2016. In 2017, it started to decline, and by 2018, they were gone and replaced with aviator eyeglasses.


LOL so if hipster glasses got replaced by monocles would that mean "hipster-ism is on it's way out" LOL of course not, retro, traditionalism, is what hipster ism is rooted in and that's not going anywhere the looks will change but the type of style will remain sorry, 2018 is like the strongest year for the "rugged gentleman look" something which there wasn't so much of back in 2015-2017

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ZeldaFan20 on 07/05/18 at 10:08 am

More of a reason that 2018 is proving to be a pretty pivotal year:

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/05/politics/donald-trump-supreme-court-russia-queen-elizabeth/index.html

2018 in the political sphere has proven to be VERY transformative so far. Between President Xi Jin Ping being declared 'President for Life', Vladimir Putin 'Winning' re-election, the Historic (and controversial) U.S & North Korea Summit, the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, women being allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia, I could go on and on. It just seems like this year (and I think I mentioned this before) is a big 'tug a war' of ideals and principles. The debate on whether Trump should nominate a Moderate Conservative or an Extreme-Right Wing Judge to the Nation's Highest Court, is a perfect example of this. It seems like whichever side wins (whatever you consider winning, what I define as winning is who'll win the Midterms this year) will set the stage for National and Global Politics for years to come.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/05/18 at 10:11 am


LOL so if hipster glasses got replaced by monocles would that mean "hipster-ism is on it's way out" LOL of course not, retro, traditionalism, is what hipster ism is rooted in and that's not going anywhere the looks will change but the type of style will remain sorry, 2018 is like the strongest year for the "rugged gentleman look" something which there wasn't so much of back in 2015-2017


Yeah, I haven't noticed hipsterism slowing down in any way either. 2018 felt like the biggest year of lumbersexuals, bigger than 2014-2017, and the undercut has been achieving new heights of popularity too.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 11:18 am


Lol the hipster glasses  were out since 2015 and nothings changed since then "hipster ism" is not a trend it's people doing/wearing what they wan't with there newly found  social acceptance since the subculture went mainstream in  2014 if you want to see what i'm getting look at how many people are still covering themselves with a gazillion tattoos , this acceptance of non-convention and the social attitudes are not waning that's why"hipster-ism" isn't and can't end it's the zeitgeist of our time and THAT is not going to change so expect more rose petal tattoo inspired print's on clothes


Not the glasses I mean the hipster whole foods vibe it took atleast until late 2016 to start to fade

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 11:20 am


Lol the hipster glasses  were out since 2015 and nothings changed since then "hipster ism" is not a trend it's people doing/wearing what they wan't with there newly found  social acceptance since the subculture went mainstream in  2014 if you want to see what i'm getting look at how many people are still covering themselves with a gazillion tattoos , this acceptance of non-convention and the social attitudes are not waning that's why"hipster-ism" isn't and can't end it's the zeitgeist of our time and THAT is not going to change so expect more rose petal tattoo inspired print's on clothes


people wearing lots of  tattoos was also a thing in the 00s

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 11:21 am


LOL so if hipster glasses got replaced by monocles would that mean "hipster-ism is on it's way out" LOL of course not, retro, traditionalism, is what hipster ism is rooted in and that's not going anywhere the looks will change but the type of style will remain sorry, 2018 is like the strongest year for the "rugged gentleman look" something which there wasn't so much of back in 2015-2017


Very Naive of you to say that a sub culture can't fall out, how old are you?

I remember when Grunge was never going to end and then it did lol, I remember when EMO was the thing and then that ended in 2009 lol



http://www.vulture.com/2018/03/portlandia-finale-and-the-end-of-hipsters.html



My feeling shopping that day, and my feeling watching Portlandia in 2018, is connected to the same four-letter word that’s actually a seven-letter word, and it’s “hipster.” Portlandia was the king of the once-mighty genre of hipster comedy, but like with skinny jeans, there is no longer a market for it. To quote one of the show’s most famous sketches: It’s over!



https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2018/03/22/portlandia-graphs/22-portlandia-graph-2b.nocrop.w710.h2147483647.jpg

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 11:23 am


Yeah, I haven't noticed hipsterism slowing down in any way either. 2018 felt like the biggest year of lumbersexuals, bigger than 2014-2017, and the undercut has been achieving new heights of popularity too.


The undercut has been dying for some time now

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/05/18 at 11:26 am


The undercut has been dying for some time now


Not really. It feels like almost everyone has an undercut these days. Even in 2015/2016, it was still a haircut maybe 20-30% of people had. Now it's like 50%+.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 11:29 am


Not really. It feels like almost everyone has an undercut these days. Even in 2015/2016, it was still a haircut maybe 20-30% of people had. Now it's like 50%+.


it's been dying the last 12 months, I live in LA right now,  no one is wearing, I also travel back to NY very frequently (hotspots for culture)  The undercut is a dead thing along with hipster.
There are still people rocking sometimes because there are always going to be people who are slow with trends.

If you come to like a music show, or even walking in a starbucks on sunset blvd I promise you no one is rocking an undercut.

https://www.mensjournal.com/style/5-new-mens-hairstyles-to-consider-in-spring-2018-gallery/

5 Men's Hairstyle Trends You Should Try in 2018
Men's Journal-Apr 12, 2018
Why you should try it: “We moved away from 2015's severity of the disconnected undercut, one that can't exist without styling product to hold it in place,” Acord ...

Which segways me into EMO nights movement, from seeing people on the strip walking and going to shows this is going to be the next  "movement" I already see it growing organically.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/05/18 at 11:38 am


https://www.mensjournal.com/style/5-new-mens-hairstyles-to-consider-in-spring-2018-gallery/


I have not seen anyone with these hairstyles except the new undercut with the more natural fades and the Hollywood one, which is a hipster style imo.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 11:42 am


I have not seen anyone with these hairstyles except the new undercut with the more natural fades and the Hollywood one, which is a hipster style imo.


It could be because you don't live in LA or NY, the hotspots where trends arrive first,
I see a lot of people oblivious to the trends that are happening, it could be you live so far away it has not reached you yet

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/05/18 at 12:22 pm


it's been dying the last 12 months, I live in LA right now,  no one is wearing, I also travel back to NY very frequently (hotspots for culture)  The undercut is a dead thing along with hipster.
There are still people rocking sometimes because there are always going to be people who are slow with trends.

If you come to like a music show, or even walking in a starbucks on sunset blvd I promise you no one is rocking an undercut.

https://www.mensjournal.com/style/5-new-mens-hairstyles-to-consider-in-spring-2018-gallery/

5 Men's Hairstyle Trends You Should Try in 2018
Men's Journal-Apr 12, 2018
Why you should try it: “We moved away from 2015's severity of the disconnected undercut, one that can't exist without styling product to hold it in place,” Acord ...

Which segways me into EMO nights movement, from seeing people on the strip walking and going to shows this is going to be the next  "movement" I already see it growing organically.


The undercut's decline that started late 2016 was because of idiots (Alt right and SJWs) who happened to have it out of coincidence.

Throughout 2017, I saw fewer and fewer people have them because of the backlash that hairstyle received.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 12:49 pm


The undercut's decline that started late 2016 was because of idiots (Alt right and SJWs) who happened to have it out of coincidence.

Throughout 2017, I saw fewer and fewer people have them because of the backlash that hairstyle received.


Exactly! , even the word Hipster in LA is such a dirty word, like people try to avoid saying it at a place that could be consider an out door mall or something,
its quietly swept under the rug and made non canon LOL

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/05/18 at 1:38 pm


And this is why I would argue that 2018 is the first "new school year" of this decade.

?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ZeldaFan20 on 07/05/18 at 1:49 pm

It looks like 2018 is the year in which we're finally entering into 'Trump's America'

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/05/opinions/trump-is-definitely-in-charge-opinion-stanley/index.html

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: y2kkid92 on 07/05/18 at 2:58 pm


Very Naive of you to say that a sub culture can't fall out, how old are you?

I remember when Grunge was never going to end and then it did lol, I remember when EMO was the thing and then that ended in 2009 lol



http://www.vulture.com/2018/03/portlandia-finale-and-the-end-of-hipsters.html



My feeling shopping that day, and my feeling watching Portlandia in 2018, is connected to the same four-letter word that’s actually a seven-letter word, and it’s “hipster.” Portlandia was the king of the once-mighty genre of hipster comedy, but like with skinny jeans, there is no longer a market for it. To quote one of the show’s most famous sketches: It’s over!



https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2018/03/22/portlandia-graphs/22-portlandia-graph-2b.nocrop.w710.h2147483647.jpg


With hipster-ism it's different the sub-culture didn't fall out it just became mainstream when the bad bits of hipster-ism died out and the good bits became apart of popular culture trends, so yes you could say the last time the sub-culture really existed in all it's glory was 2012 as it's counter-culture movement that no longer exits 2014-present

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/05/18 at 3:32 pm


Very Naive of you to say that a sub culture can't fall out, how old are you?

I remember when Grunge was never going to end and then it did lol, I remember when EMO was the thing and then that ended in 2009 lol



http://www.vulture.com/2018/03/portlandia-finale-and-the-end-of-hipsters.html



My feeling shopping that day, and my feeling watching Portlandia in 2018, is connected to the same four-letter word that’s actually a seven-letter word, and it’s “hipster.” Portlandia was the king of the once-mighty genre of hipster comedy, but like with skinny jeans, there is no longer a market for it. To quote one of the show’s most famous sketches: It’s over!



https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2018/03/22/portlandia-graphs/22-portlandia-graph-2b.nocrop.w710.h2147483647.jpg

Wait, what ???? There's definitely, 100% a market for skinny jeans. Where do you live everyone is an emo with baggy jeans???

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: xenzue on 07/05/18 at 3:48 pm

2000s/early 2010s Hipster culture and everything influenced by it is practically dead to anyone below the age of 24, especially if you're in a city like NY, Houston, Atlanta, or LA.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/05/18 at 4:23 pm


2000s/early 2010s Hipster culture and everything influenced by it is practically dead to anyone below the age of 24, especially if you're in a city like NY, Houston, Atlanta, or LA.

Tbh I don't think hipster culture died, it just kind of rebranded. This is what 2018 hipster culture looks like(all pics from r/starterpacks):
https://i.redd.it/vm88svqjdgc01.png
https://i.redditmedia.com/iaLnlyBDtAna3QB3bYUlNj4V8VCHAye_AZEg2Rl2_GU.jpg?fit=crop&crop=faces%2Centropy&arh=2&w=960&s=b84b74cfe02d6c741bd2c9a4acb6e835
https://i.redd.it/xblhn6updud01.png

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/05/18 at 4:44 pm

Does this mean 2010s culture is ending.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/05/18 at 4:49 pm


The undercut's decline that started late 2016 was because of idiots (Alt right and SJWs) who happened to have it out of coincidence.

Throughout 2017, I saw fewer and fewer people have them because of the backlash that hairstyle received.


In my experience the opposite happened. The media declared the undercut dead in 2016 but it only got more popular from there (just like they claimed we reached 'peak beard' in early 2014 and that hipster was dead in 2010).

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/05/18 at 4:50 pm


It could be because you don't live in LA or NY, the hotspots where trends arrive first,
I see a lot of people oblivious to the trends that are happening, it could be you live so far away it has not reached you yet


Sorry but I don't see this

https://www.mensjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/pedro-pascal-1380.jpg?w=800

or this

https://www.mensjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/harrystyles-1380.jpg?w=800

catching on anywhere on this flat Earth :P

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/05/18 at 5:05 pm

I searched "2018 men's haircuts" on Google and I see almost nothing but undercuts or undercut-inspired cuts, and that's what I see when I go outside too, and that's what I see all the top barbershops here cutting too.

It's not going anywhere, in fact, 2018 is the biggest year for undercuts. You don't see stuff like pompadours or dappers anymore like you did in the mid-2010s. All hairstyles have consolidated into undercut.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/05/18 at 6:25 pm

The undercut is still the most popular haircut, I don't see how it's dead.
Sorry, but the 2010s are still going strong right now and there haven't been any "shifts". Honestly I don't get why you're trying sooo hard to kill 2010s culture. Just because you think there was a "shift" in 2008 doesn't mean there has to be a "shift" in 2018 ???.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/05/18 at 6:34 pm


The undercut is still the most popular haircut, I don't see how it's dead.
Sorry, but the 2010s are still going strong right now and there haven't been any "shifts". Honestly I don't get why you're trying sooo hard to kill 2010s culture. Just because you think there was a "shift" in 2008 doesn't mean there has to be a "shift" in 2018 ???.

People are always dying for a cultural shift on this board.  ;D ;D ;D ;D Just imagine how it will be on January 1st, 2020. You'll probably have a lot of threads saying "Did 2020's culture start yet?" or "Is there going to be a cultural shift in 2020" or something like that.  ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/05/18 at 6:37 pm


People are always dying for a cultural shift on this board.  ;D ;D ;D ;D Just imagine how it will be on January 1st, 2020. You'll probably have a lot of threads saying "Did 2020's culture start yet?" or "Is there going to be a cultural shift in 2020" or something like that.  ;D

We probably won't even have to wait for 2020 for those threads. Just wait till the midterm elections finish in November this year, there will probably be a million threads about the "November 2018 shift" and how the 2020s have started ;D ;D.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/05/18 at 6:40 pm


We probably won't even have to wait for 2020 for those threads. Just wait till the midterm elections finish in November this year, there will probably be a million threads about the "November 2018 shift" and how the 2020s have started ;D ;D.

It's the late 2018 shift that changed the world forever.  ;D ;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 7:53 pm


Wait, what ???? There's definitely, 100% a market for skinny jeans. Where do you live everyone is an emo with baggy jeans???


I think they ment skinny jeans for women are falling out

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 7:54 pm


2000s/early 2010s Hipster culture and everything influenced by it is practically dead to anyone below the age of 24, especially if you're in a city like NY, Houston, Atlanta, or LA.


this, in LA people will laugh at you if you dress like 2011's insta filter  hipster

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 7:55 pm


Does this mean 2010s culture is ending.


Core 2010s culture has been since 2016 slowly, its pretty much almost over right now

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 7:56 pm


Sorry but I don't see this

https://www.mensjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/pedro-pascal-1380.jpg?w=800

or this

https://www.mensjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/harrystyles-1380.jpg?w=800

catching on anywhere on this flat Earth :P



You have to be living in NY or LA, if you don't see it its because you don't live there

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/05/18 at 8:13 pm

This was just on the radio forget the station it was on tho lol
Has an emo pop punk feel to it, was playing at the store

PyIKqtOKR60

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/06/18 at 9:05 pm

I don't see as many people with undercuts anymore, seems like it's been fading.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/07/18 at 12:02 pm


I don't see as many people with undercuts anymore, seems like it's been fading.


good, anything 2012/2013- 2016 can go away

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: xenzue on 07/08/18 at 12:16 am

Undercuts don't seem to be as ubiquitous as they were in 2013-2017, so I think that we won't be seeing much of that hairstyle in the 20s. I think 2016 was when it was at its peak, the Macklemore undercut seemed to be everywhere. In my area most people that have it are white, dress like IG models, and are in their late 20s or 30s. For guys under 24 I'm seeing a lot more diversity in hairstyles among all ethnicities, these are some styles I've noticed are popular among that demographic:

- Curtained hair
- Grungy shoulder length hair
- Short fringe
- Curly top fade
- Straight or wavy Long hair (seen some at nipple length lol)
- Buzzcuts
- Medium length with middle or side part
- Curly bowl cut
- Medium length fringe
- Dyed Dreads
- Drop fade
- Twist out
- Hi-top
- Freeform dreads

The last three I've seen only on Black people.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/08/18 at 10:14 am


Undercuts don't seem to be as ubiquitous as they were in 2013-2017, so I think that we won't be seeing much of that hairstyle in the 20s. I think 2016 was when it was at its peak, the Macklemore undercut seemed to be everywhere. In my area most people that have it are white, dress like IG models, and are in their late 20s or 30s. For guys under 24 I'm seeing a lot more diversity in hairstyles among all ethnicities, these are some styles I've noticed are popular among that demographic:

- Curtained hair
- Grungy shoulder length hair
- Short fringe
- Curly top fade
- Straight or wavy Long hair (seen some at nipple length lol)
- Buzzcuts
- Medium length with middle or side part
- Curly bowl cut
- Medium length fringe
- Dyed Dreads
- Drop fade
- Twist out
- Hi-top
- Freeform dreads

The last three I've seen only on Black people.


I still see some undercuts and manbuns, but it's a lot rarer to see them now than it was in 2016.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/08/18 at 12:04 pm


I don't see as many people with undercuts anymore, seems like it's been fading.


Dat unintentional pun is how I feel too ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/08/18 at 12:12 pm

What's ironic about the emonite pic in the OP is the amount of undercuts/fades hairstyles and thick frame glasses ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/08/18 at 12:24 pm


What's ironic about the emonite pic in the OP is the amount of undercuts/fades hairstyles and thick frame glasses ;D


That emo nite pic is from 2016 when it first got started

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/08/18 at 12:29 pm

Was at a cafe last night and they were playing new pop punk artists like Neck Deep, most of the people there
had no hipster clothing what so ever lol


Intelligentsia Coffee Silver Lake Coffeebar in LA if anyone wants to visit

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/08/18 at 12:41 pm


That emo nite pic is from 2016 when it first got started


Wait... with how you were tying it into rap and everything I thought you were talking about something new.

Emo revival (along with pop-punk revival) has been a thing since 2012  ???

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/08/18 at 1:38 pm


Wait... with how you were tying it into rap and everything I thought you were talking about something new.

Emo revival (along with pop-punk revival) has been a thing since 2012  ???


Emo rap is something that recently exploded in the past 12 months,  EMO nite as in the pop punk emo festivals, is something
that started around 2015, I used a random pic that happened to be from 2016, that is why some of them in the pic may have undercuts.

The whole Emo revival thing tho is still niche, but its on the brink of exploding, I have many friends at labels that are snatching new pop punk
bands up so expect a big explosion of pop punk in 4th Q of 2018, expect commercials on tv start having pop punk in them again next year.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: wixness on 07/09/18 at 8:44 am


The undercut's decline that started late 2016 was because of idiots (Alt right and SJWs) who happened to have it out of coincidence.

Throughout 2017, I saw fewer and fewer people have them because of the backlash that hairstyle received.

Screw them for making it popular. It's the least progressive hairstyle one can have, and the alt-right made it look trashy for anyone who actually wanted the undercut.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: J. Rob on 07/09/18 at 12:00 pm


And this is why I would argue that 2018 is the first "new school year" of this decade.


Agreed. I remember feeling this way in 1997, 2003 and 2009.....but I really think we're in the midst of the biggest shift since 1997/1998

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/09/18 at 2:11 pm


Agreed. I remember feeling this way in 1997, 2003 and 2009.....but I really think we're in the midst of the biggest shift since 1997/1998


I'm not sure if a lot of people will agree with me, but 1996, 2008, and 2017 kind of felt similar. All three of those years had changes that came later on, but they won't come with full force until the years that came exactly after (1997, 2009, 2018).

Late 1996 had the very start of the Internet age (the percentage of people in the world with the Internet already passed 1% and about a fourth of Americans had it by then) and the start of the bubblegum age with The Spice Girls (they did not hit the US until early 1997 though).

Late 2008 had the peak of the recession with the collapse of the Lehman Brothers bank, the historic McCain v. Obama election, and the start of electropop with Lady Gaga.

Late 2017 had the start of the Me Too movement as well as the start of emo rap with Lil Peep.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/09/18 at 2:21 pm


Screw them for making it popular. It's the least progressive hairstyle one can have, and the alt-right made it look trashy for anyone who actually wanted the undercut.


According to NEU Salonz, the undercut has been around since the mid to late 19th century.

http://www.neusalonz.in/why-you-should-get-the-undercut-right-now/

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/09/18 at 2:26 pm


Agreed. I remember feeling this way in 1997, 2003 and 2009.....but I really think we're in the midst of the biggest shift since 1997/1998


I would say as far as BIG shifts

1997

2001
2003
2006
2008
2013
2016

The biggest thus far, now will 2018 be like it?  It remains to be seen
2018 is more slow gradual shifts

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/09/18 at 2:29 pm


I'm not sure if a lot of people will agree with me, but 1996, 2008, and 2017 kind of felt similar. All three of those years had changes that came later on, but they won't come with full force until the years that came exactly after (1997, 2009, 2018).

Late 1996 had the very start of the Internet age (the percentage of people in the world with the Internet already passed 1% and about a fourth of Americans had it by then) and the start of the bubblegum age with The Spice Girls.

Late 2008 had the peak of the recession with the collapse of the Lehman Brothers bank, the historic McCain v. Obama election, and the start of electropop with Lady Gaga.

Late 2017 had the start of the Me Too movement as well as the start of emo rap with Lil Peep.


Spice girls were never a thing in the USA in 1996,  Youtube has it listed as 1996 but that is when the UK had it on the radio,  Spice Girls did not even
impact the USA until early 1997

Do agree with you about 2008 tho, no one can even debate that

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/09/18 at 2:29 pm


I'm not sure if a lot of people will agree with me, but 1996, 2008, and 2017 kind of felt similar. All three of those years had changes that came later on, but they won't come with full force until the years that came exactly after (1997, 2009, 2018).

Late 1996 had the very start of the Internet age (the percentage of people in the world with the Internet already passed 1% and about a fourth of Americans had it by then) and the start of the bubblegum age with The Spice Girls.

Late 2008 had the peak of the recession with the collapse of the Lehman Brothers bank, the historic McCain v. Obama election, and the start of electropop with Lady Gaga.

Late 2017 had the start of the Me Too movement as well as the start of emo rap with Lil Peep.


I feel like the late 2010s in general are changeful just like every year of the late 2000s was changeful (2007-2009).

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/09/18 at 2:40 pm


Spice girls were never a thing in the USA in 1996,  Youtube has it listed as 1996 but that is when the UK had it on the radio,  Spice Girls did not even
impact the USA until early 1997

Do agree with you about 2008 tho, no one can even debate that


I was just going by what sources say (YouTube, Music Choice, etc).

But yeah; you're right that it didn't impact the US until early 1997 though.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/09/18 at 3:10 pm

Minor shifts
1962 (the start of the surf rock age; probably also the start of the cultural 60's)
1970 (Kent State shooting, hippie culture slowly starts leaving)
1979 (Disco Demolition Night)
1988 (probably the absolute start of the cultural 90's with some pre-grunge and pre-gangsta rap material)
1999 (Columbine shooting, teen pop at peak, debut of Spongebob Squarepants)
2003 (bridge year between Y2K age and core 00's)
2007 (iPhone release)
2014 (the absolute start of the SJW v. Alt-right era, Gamergate)

Major shifts
1964 (British Invasion, probably also the birth of hard rock with The Kinks and The Rolling Stones)
1967 (Summer of Love, hippie culture coming with full force)
1975 (Vietnam is no longer an issue, disco age is ushered)
1981 (MTV, disco going away for good)
1991 (the absolute start of the grunge era, USSR collapse)
1997 (the start of the bubblegum pop age, the end of grunge with Soundgarden breaking up, Biggie death)
2001 (9/11, War on Terror)
2008  (Recession, electropop, McCain v. Obama)
2016 (Trump v. Hillary election, the SJW v. Alt-right conflict getting more violent)
2018 (Tide pods, Stormy Daniels, Parkland shooting, Traditionalist Worker Party no longer in existence, Toys R Us no longer in existence, XXXTentacion death)

Unknown
1989 (Berlin Wall falls, Ceaseau is assassinated, birth of the World Wide Web)
1995 (probably one of the biggest tech shifts)
2012 (the decline of electropop, hipsters becoming more of a thing, Trayvon Martin, the rise of mass shootings)

If there are any errors, please correct it.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/09/18 at 3:35 pm


Minor shifts
1962 (the start of the surf rock age; probably also the start of the cultural 60's)
1970 (Kent State shooting, hippie culture slowly starts leaving)
1979 (Disco Demolition Night)
1988 (probably the absolute start of the cultural 90's with some pre-grunge and pre-gangsta rap material)
1999 (Columbine shooting, teen pop at peak, debut of Spongebob Squarepants)
2003 (bridge year between Y2K age and core 00's)
2007 (iPhone release)
2014 (the absolute start of the SJW v. Alt-right era, Gamergate)

Major shifts
1964 (British Invasion, probably also the birth of hard rock with The Kinks and The Rolling Stones)
1967 (Summer of Love, hippie culture coming with full force)
1975 (Vietnam is no longer an issue, disco age is ushered)
1981 (MTV, disco going away for good)
1991 (the absolute start of the grunge era, USSR collapse)
1997 (the start of the bubblegum pop age, the end of grunge with Soundgarden breaking up, Biggie death)
2001 (9/11, War on Terror)
2008  (Recession, electropop, McCain v. Obama)
2016 (Trump v. Hillary election, the SJW v. Alt-right conflict getting more violent)
2018 (Tide pods, Stormy Daniels, Parkland shooting, Traditionalist Worker Party no longer in existence, Toys R Us no longer in existence, XXXTentacion death)

Unknown
1989 (Berlin Wall falls, Ceaseau is assassinated, birth of the World Wide Web)
1995 (probably one of the biggest tech shifts)
2012 (the decline of electropop, hipsters becoming more of a thing, Trayvon Martin, the rise of mass shootings)

If there are any errors, please correct it.


Ill add a few to unknown

2018 (Tide pods, Stormy Daniels, Parkland shooting, Traditionalist Worker Party no longer in existence, Toys R Us no longer in existence, XXXTentacion death, Emo movement rises, Facebook Backlash, death of hipster )

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/09/18 at 3:39 pm


Ill add a few to unknown

2018 (Tide pods, Stormy Daniels, Parkland shooting, Traditionalist Worker Party no longer in existence, Toys R Us no longer in existence, XXXTentacion death, Emo movement rises, Facebook Backlash, death of hipster )


What do you think about the other ones?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/09/18 at 3:42 pm


What do you think about the other ones?


Kb Toys is coming back at malls in a few months, so everyone will forget about Toys R Us
The Emo movement is bubbling very heavy right now and could pop off at any moment, not counting the emo rap movement already in progress
Talked to various people at RCA records and they said pop punk is coming back in a few months with a huge push.
Worker party, correct its pretty much gone

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/09/18 at 3:43 pm


Kb Toys is coming back at malls in a few months, so everyone will forget about Toys R Us
The Emo movement is bubbling very heavy right now and could pop off at any moment
Talked to various people at RCA records and they said pop punk is coming back in a few months with a huge push.


Good additions to 2018's changes, but I was talking about the other years that had shifts (1962, 1970, 1979, etc).

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/09/18 at 3:44 pm


Good additions to 2018's changes, but I was talking about the other years that had shifts (1962, 1970, 1979, etc).


They all seem correct,  2007 did have a minor shift with Iphone that changed how we used phones and changed culture pretty much

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 8:03 am

Ok I know I disagreed with you at first but I think I changed my mind. I still don't agree about what makes 2018 different (I don't really agree that emo is coming back) but sooo many things have changed in the past week only. Just look at this tweet:
https://i.imgur.com/94gCeDU.jpg
These are all ICONIC 2010s artists and they're changing.
Hipster culture really is practically dead too and the fashion is starting to look very different with some incorporating some late '90s and early '00s looks into their outfits.
Honestly I'm starting to think that 2019 may turn out to be very different than 2010-2018 and I'm REALLY excited.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 8:41 am


Ok I know I disagreed with you at first but I think I changed my mind. I still don't agree about what makes 2018 different (I don't really agree that emo is coming back) but sooo many things have changed in the past week only. Just look at this tweet:
https://i.imgur.com/94gCeDU.jpg
These are all ICONIC 2010s artists and they're changing.
Hipster culture really is practically dead too and the fashion is starting to look very different with some incorporating some late '90s and early '00s looks into their outfits.
Honestly I'm starting to think that 2019 may turn out to be very different than 2010-2018 and I'm REALLY excited.


That kind of strengthens my claim about 2018 being basically like another 1997 or 2008.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/10/18 at 12:06 pm


That kind of strengthens my claim about 2018 being basically like another 1997 or 2008.


yep, 2018 is a more methodical version of those years

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 12:11 pm


Minor shifts
1962 (the start of the surf rock age; probably also the start of the cultural 60's)
1970 (Kent State shooting, hippie culture slowly starts leaving)
1979 (Disco Demolition Night)
1988 (probably the absolute start of the cultural 90's with some pre-grunge and pre-gangsta rap material)
1999 (Columbine shooting, teen pop at peak, debut of Spongebob Squarepants)
2003 (bridge year between Y2K age and core 00's)
2007 (iPhone release)
2014 (the absolute start of the SJW v. Alt-right era, Gamergate)

Major shifts
1964 (British Invasion, probably also the birth of hard rock with The Kinks and The Rolling Stones)
1967 (Summer of Love, hippie culture coming with full force)
1975 (Vietnam is no longer an issue, disco age is ushered)
1981 (MTV, disco going away for good)
1991 (the absolute start of the grunge era, USSR collapse)
1997 (the start of the bubblegum pop age, the end of grunge with Soundgarden breaking up, Biggie death)
2001 (9/11, War on Terror)
2008  (Recession, electropop, McCain v. Obama)
2016 (Trump v. Hillary election, the SJW v. Alt-right conflict getting more violent)
2018 (Tide pods, Stormy Daniels, Parkland shooting, Traditionalist Worker Party no longer in existence, Toys R Us no longer in existence, XXXTentacion death)

Unknown
1989 (Berlin Wall falls, Ceaseau is assassinated, birth of the World Wide Web)
1995 (probably one of the biggest tech shifts)
2012 (the decline of electropop, hipsters becoming more of a thing, Trayvon Martin, the rise of mass shootings)

If there are any errors, please correct it.

I also feel like 2013 had a shift due to the release of Vine, Lorde, Ariana Grande, electropop era was gone and the mid-2010's music started coming in.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 12:14 pm


yep, 2018 is a more methodical version of those years


Do you think that "gradient" is the best word to describe 2018 so far?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/10/18 at 12:25 pm


Do you think that "gradient" is the best word to describe 2018 so far?


I would say so, me and you seem to be very intune to whats going on this year,  2018 has that 97,2001,2008 feel to it,
very slow change instead of Big bang changes, I was just reading about the Jenner thing and was like yup a core 2010s fad " plump lips"
is now dead, the way the 2010s culture is fading is infact like a gradient, it is just that some people notice the change as it happens and some don't.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ZeldaFan20 on 07/10/18 at 12:48 pm

I agree with all of the changes that people have listed for 2018 is so far. IMO:

2016 seemed to had ended the ‘Classic 2010s’ (especially on November 8th, 2016, “a day that will live in infamy”).

While it looks like 2018 is an end to the ‘Core 2010s’.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 12:54 pm


I agree with all of the changes that people have listed for 2018 is so far. IMO:

2016 seemed to had ended the ‘Classic 2010s’ (especially on November 8th, 2016, “a day that will live in infamy”).

While it looks like 2018 is an end to the ‘Core 2010s’.

I honestly think the core 2010's are Obama's second term, so that would be the 2012-2013 school year to the 2015-2016 school year. I remember the 2016-2017 school year feeling different especially after the election.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 12:54 pm


Minor shifts
1962 (the start of the surf rock age; probably also the start of the cultural 60's)
1970 (Kent State shooting, hippie culture slowly starts leaving)
1979 (Disco Demolition Night)
1988 (probably the absolute start of the cultural 90's with some pre-grunge and pre-gangsta rap material)
1999 (Columbine shooting, teen pop at peak, debut of Spongebob Squarepants)
2003 (bridge year between Y2K age and core 00's)
2007 (iPhone release)
2014 (the absolute start of the SJW v. Alt-right era, Gamergate)

Major shifts
1964 (British Invasion, probably also the birth of hard rock with The Kinks and The Rolling Stones)
1967 (Summer of Love, hippie culture coming with full force)
1975 (Vietnam is no longer an issue, disco age is ushered)
1981 (MTV, disco going away for good)
1991 (the absolute start of the grunge era, USSR collapse)
1997 (the start of the bubblegum pop age, the end of grunge with Soundgarden breaking up, Biggie death)
2001 (9/11, War on Terror)
2008  (Recession, electropop, McCain v. Obama)
2016 (Trump v. Hillary election, the SJW v. Alt-right conflict getting more violent)
2018 (Tide pods, Stormy Daniels, Parkland shooting, Traditionalist Worker Party no longer in existence, Toys R Us no longer in existence, XXXTentacion death)

Unknown
1989 (Berlin Wall falls, Ceaseau is assassinated, birth of the World Wide Web)
1995 (probably one of the biggest tech shifts)
2012 (the decline of electropop, hipsters becoming more of a thing, Trayvon Martin, the rise of mass shootings)

If there are any errors, please correct it.


Agreed for the most part, except the Y2K era was over by 2002/Late 2001, not 2003, not only for 9/11, but also because that's when the 6th Gaming Gen came into full swing, when Y2K teen pop declined in popularity and in came "mall pop" (think Avril Lavigne, Michelle Branch, Liz Phair), plus when alt-rock and garage rock began becoming popular, with movie series such as Shrek, Harry Potter, Fast & the Furious, Lord of the Rings, and Oceans debuting in theaters, and the iPod and Windows XP coming out.
I'd also add 2004 into either the "minor" or "major" category, especially since that's when the Broadband Era started.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 1:06 pm

Here is how I remember the 2010's going by school year:

2009-2010: First "more" culturally early 2010's school year with some late 2000's leftovers.

2010-2011: Quintessential early 2010's cultural school year, the peak of electropop, Lady Gaga was very popular.

2011-2012: First school year with mid-2010's influences, but still culturally mostly early 2010's. The last school year where electropop is still somewhat relevant, despite Lady Gaga not being as popular as the last two previous school years.

2012-2013: The first core 2010's school year. Early 2010's culture starts dying but is still a little bit relevant, Vine released and becomes popular as well as Instagram, new artists like Lorde and Ariana Grade become popular and electropop is no longer relevant.

2013-2014: The first "more" mid-2010's cultural school year. Vine is at its absolute peak, Snapchat starts to become popular as well as Trap music. Also the peak school year for hipsters.

2014-2015: The most quintessential cultural 2010's school year. Everything from Instagram to Snapchat to Twitter to Kik to Skype is very popular. Trap starts popping up on the billboards even more. Hipsters are still at their peak.

2015-2016: The last core 2010's school year. Had a lot more of a "mature" vibe than the last school year. Trap music is still popular, Pokemon GO releases and becomes very popular as well.

2016-2017: Transitional school year from the mid-2010's to the late 2010's, especially with the election. Probably the most political school year I remember.

2017-2018: Looking to be the quintessential late 2010's school year. Toys R Us is dead, XXXTentacion killed, and the Parkland shooting. This is probably the first school year that is fully Gen Z culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: xenzue on 07/10/18 at 1:20 pm

2018 is mostly a continuation of trends set since late 2016. It's the year where smaller trends hit the mainstream. 90s/early 00s fashion has been bubbling in underground fashion circles for a while now, and emo rap has been a thing since 2016. I think 2018 has more millennial influence on pop culture than most people would like to think, I'm guessing we won't see complete Gen Z dominance til the early 2020s

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 1:23 pm


Agreed for the most part, except the Y2K era was over by 2002/Late 2001, not 2003, not only for 9/11, but also because that's when the 6th Gaming Gen came into full swing, when Y2K teen pop declined in popularity and in came "mall pop" (think Avril Lavigne, Michelle Branch, Liz Phair), plus when alt-rock and garage rock began becoming popular, with movie series such as Shrek, Harry Potter, Fast & the Furious, Lord of the Rings, and Oceans debuting in theaters, and the iPod and Windows XP coming out.
I'd also add 2004 into either the "minor" or "major" category, especially since that's when the Broadband Era started.


I would say it's more of a minor shift.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/10/18 at 1:47 pm


2018 is mostly a continuation of trends set since late 2016. It's the year where smaller trends hit the mainstream. 90s/early 00s fashion has been bubbling in underground fashion circles for a while now, and emo rap has been a thing since 2016. I think 2018 has more millennial influence on pop culture than most people would like to think, I'm guessing we won't see complete Gen Z dominance til the early 2020s


yeah that thread I made about early 2000s fashions coming back in the underground, still not at peak but its getting there, we are nearing GEN z 100% full pop culture catering very soon

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 2:32 pm


Agreed for the most part, except the Y2K era was over by 2002/Late 2001, not 2003, not only for 9/11, but also because that's when the 6th Gaming Gen came into full swing, when Y2K teen pop declined in popularity and in came "mall pop" (think Avril Lavigne, Michelle Branch, Liz Phair), plus when alt-rock and garage rock began becoming popular, with movie series such as Shrek, Harry Potter, Fast & the Furious, Lord of the Rings, and Oceans debuting in theaters, and the iPod and Windows XP coming out.
I'd also add 2004 into either the "minor" or "major" category, especially since that's when the Broadband Era started.


I think that Liz Phair was more popular in the 90's than the 2000's. "Supernova" from 1994 was probably her most famous song.

However, she did shift to mall pop/pop punk in around 2003.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 2:52 pm


Here is how I remember the 2010's going by school year:

2009-2010: First "more" culturally early 2010's school year with some late 2000's leftovers.

2010-2011: Quintessential early 2010's cultural school year, the peak of electropop, Lady Gaga was very popular.

2011-2012: First school year with mid-2010's influences, but still culturally mostly early 2010's. The last school year where electropop is still somewhat relevant, despite Lady Gaga not being as popular as the last two previous school years.

2012-2013: The first core 2010's school year. Early 2010's culture starts dying but is still a little bit relevant, Vine released and becomes popular as well as Instagram, new artists like Lorde and Ariana Grade become popular and electropop is no longer relevant.

2013-2014: The first "more" mid-2010's cultural school year. Vine is at its absolute peak, Snapchat starts to become popular as well as Trap music. Also the peak school year for hipsters.

2014-2015: The most quintessential cultural 2010's school year. Everything from Instagram to Snapchat to Twitter to Kik to Skype is very popular. Trap starts popping up on the billboards even more. Hipsters are still at their peak.

2015-2016: The last core 2010's school year. Had a lot more of a "mature" vibe than the last school year. Trap music is still popular, Pokemon GO releases and becomes very popular as well.

2016-2017: Transitional school year from the mid-2010's to the late 2010's, especially with the election. Probably the most political school year I remember.

2017-2018: Looking to be the quintessential late 2010's school year. Toys R Us is dead, XXXTentacion killed, and the Parkland shooting. This is probably the first school year that is fully Gen Z culture.


You put down a lot of good information, but I do not think that 2014 and 2015 were as defining to this decade as 2016. However, all three of those years are still part of the "core 2010's".

2009-2011 were still part of that electropop age/"new age 2000's".

2013-2017 were the "core 2010's" (the definitive year of this decade is very likely 2016 with all of the political schisms, fashion, and pop culture)

2018-present are likely what I call "the new age 2010's".

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: y2kkid92 on 07/10/18 at 3:01 pm


Ok I know I disagreed with you at first but I think I changed my mind. I still don't agree about what makes 2018 different (I don't really agree that emo is coming back) but sooo many things have changed in the past week only. Just look at this tweet:
https://i.imgur.com/94gCeDU.jpg
These are all ICONIC 2010s artists and they're changing.
Hipster culture really is practically dead too and the fashion is starting to look very different with some incorporating some late '90s and early '00s looks into their outfits.
Honestly I'm starting to think that 2019 may turn out to be very different than 2010-2018 and I'm REALLY excited.


Half of you guys on here are not much more than children and certainly can not remember the late 90's. "Hipster culture" is not dead either it's just changing just like it changed from 2010 to 2015, if you remember the hipster look of 2010 was different from the hipster look of 2015 for the most part, so my opinion is still that some of you guys are really reaching

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 3:15 pm


You put down a lot of good information, but I do not think that 2014 and 2015 were as defining to this decade as 2016. However, all three of those years are still part of the "core 2010's".

2009-2011 were still part of that electropop age/"new age 2000's".

2013-2017 were the "core 2010's" (the definitive year of this decade is very likely 2016 with all of the political schisms, fashion, and pop culture)

2018-present are likely what I call "the new age 2010's".

Would you consider the 2015-2016 school year more definitive then?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ZeldaFan20 on 07/10/18 at 3:52 pm


You put down a lot of good information, but I do not think that 2014 and 2015 were as defining to this decade as 2016. However, all three of those years are still part of the "core 2010's".

2009-2011 were still part of that electropop age/"new age 2000's".

2013-2017 were the "core 2010's" (the definitive year of this decade is very likely 2016 with all of the political schisms, fashion, and pop culture)

2018-present are likely what I call "the new age 2010's".


I agree. If we were to use school years I'd say that the core 2010s was from 2012-2013 to 2017-2018. Mid 2018 (so far at least) has seem to have been the nail in the coffin of the 'core 2010s'.

-The Controversial release of Avengers: Infinity War has been categorized as the 'Jumping the Shark' moment for Superhero films, for better or worst.

-The Hipster Trend, which has been declining steadily since 2017, has seemed to have started to bottom out. Iconic 'Adorkable' Era shows like New Girl and Young & Hungry have ended. Along with the show Portlandia, which was at the forefront of the Hipster subculture.

-Other iconic 2010s shows have ended like Scandal, The Fosters, The Middle, and Nashville, among others. For more information on how much I delve into this topic:http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=56023.45

-Another important thing to note to add is the rise in Generation Z and the subsequent evolution of Millennials. The response and protests against the NRA after the Parkland Shooting was arguably the first major 'Z' political event (sort of like their Columbine). The Tide Pod challenge was also the first major trend among the teenaged population that Millennials had no part of (heck, I didn't even know it was a thing until a couple of months ago ;D......bizarre).

-Millennials have also been in the news a lot as of late; for more info check out:http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=57965.0, but essentially, most marketers have now (FINALLY) come to the conclusion that Millennials aren't a code word for 'young people' and have thus realized that the generation are primarily adults facing REAL societal issues. Stagnant wages, rapidly rising housing prices (sounds eerily familiar), income inequality widening, rising student loan debt (seems like my grad class hasn't stopped the tradition: https://moneyish.com/ish/the-top-5-things-the-class-of-2018-should-be-freaked-out-about/). However on the flip side; consumer confidence, the stock market, and the bond market, are at historical highs, along with the unemployment rate (3.8%) at a historical low. So overall, the economy is certainly in a much better shape than just 5-6 years ago, but many of the societal issues plaguing my generation still persist even in this 'new economy'.

-Another generational change has been the rise in popularity for more melancholic (I've heard some people call this 'emo') influences in pop culture. Be it in music (rap, rock, etc.), or in people's fashion senses (I've seen my fair share of more melancholic color trends sort of emerge back in fashion). This seems to have been epitomized with the unfortunate death of 'X' last month, in which many Gen Zers were deeply touched with X's music (and his singles have climbed on the Billboard charts due to this), but many Millennials disregarded him and his music as being 'too dark' and not 'authentic'. Some Yers probably didn't even know who 'X' was.

-Fashion in general, since 2017, but especially in 2018, has been drawing away from the Grunge/Hipster influenced trends of the mid 2010s, in favor for more of a minimalist take into fashion that beckons back to the Late 1990s/Early 2000s, but of course with a modern take. Thus, name brands have become prominent again such as FILA, Champion, Supreme, Gucci, Pac Sun, among others. Materialism in general has returned via this, along with the rise in wearable tech like Fit Bits, Apple Watches, VR, among other breakthroughs.

-The release of the iPhone X last year has sparked new innovations, particularly in phone companies finally being able to implement full (well, close as it could get) screen real estate, giving phones a more modern/premium feel. Definitely something ripped out of the 'Jetsons' or something.

-The Untimely Death of Toys R Us.

-And of course I know you guys don't really care about this, but I digress the massive political changes that have been occurring. Between the axing of the Iran Nuclear Deal, Jerusalem becoming the Capital of Israel, The Iconic U.S & NK Summit, Women finally being allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia, the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy and Trump appointing Brett Kavanaugh to succeed him, among other transformative political events, 2018 has proven to be consequential. It seems like the country is, slowly but surely, leaving the Obama era behind us and entering the Trump era 'balls in'. There's no turning back now. Trump has essentially destroyed Obama's legacy in almost all aspects. And we are now going to have to pay for these consequences.

Thus, I dare say that (at least so far) 2018 has proven to be more transformative than 2016 was. I'll put money on it.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 3:59 pm


I agree. If we were to use school years I'd say that the core 2010s was from 2012-2013 to 2017-2018. Mid 2018 (so far at least) has seem to have been the nail in the coffin of the 'core 2010s'.

-The Controversial release of Avengers: Infinity War has been categorized as the 'Jumping the Shark' moment for Superhero films, for better or worst.

-The Hipster Trend, which has been declining steadily since 2017, has seemed to have started to bottom out. Iconic 'Adorkable' Era shows like New Girl and Young & Hungry have ended. Along with the show Portlandia, which was at the forefront of the Hipster subculture.

-Other iconic 2010s shows have ended like Scandal, The Fosters, The Middle, and Nashville, among others. For more information on how much I delve into this topic:http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=56023.45

-Another important thing to note to add is the rise in Generation Z and the subsequent evolution of Millennials. The response and protests against the NRA after the Parkland Shooting was arguably the first major 'Z' political event (sort of like their Columbine). The Tide Pod challenge was also the first major trend among the teenaged population that Millennials had no part of (heck, I didn't even know it was a thing until a couple of months ago ;D......bizarre).

-Millennials have also been in the news a lot as of late; for more info check out:http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=57965.0, but essentially, most marketers have now (FINALLY) come to the conclusion that Millennials aren't a code word for 'young people' and have thus realized that the generation are primarily adults facing REAL societal issues. Stagnant wages, rapidly rising housing prices (sounds eerily familiar), income inequality widening, rising student loan debt (seems like my grad class hasn't stopped the tradition: https://moneyish.com/ish/the-top-5-things-the-class-of-2018-should-be-freaked-out-about/). However on the flip side; consumer confidence, the stock market, and the bond market, are at historical highs, along with the unemployment rate (3.8%) at a historical low. So overall, the economy is certainly in a much better shape than just 5-6 years ago, but many of the societal issues plaguing my generation still persist even in this 'new economy'.

-Another generational change has been the rise in popularity for more melancholic (I've heard some people call this 'emo') influences in pop culture. Be it in music (rap, rock, etc.), or in people's fashion senses (I've seen my fair share of more melancholic color trends sort of emerge back in fashion). This seems to have been epitomized with the unfortunate death of 'X' last month, in which many Gen Zers were deeply touched with X's music (and his singles have climbed on the Billboard charts due to this), but many Millennials disregarded him and his music as being 'too dark' and not 'authentic'. Some Yers probably didn't even know who 'X' was.

-Fashion in general, since 2017, but especially in 2018, has been drawing away from the Grunge/Hipster influenced trends of the mid 2010s, in favor for more of a minimalist take into fashion that beckons back to the Late 1990s/Early 2000s, but of course with a modern take. Thus, name brands have become prominent again such as FILA, Champion, Supreme, Gucci, Pac Sun, among others. Materialism in general has returned via this, along with the rise in wearable tech like Fit Bits, Apple Watches, VR, among other breakthroughs.

-The release of the iPhone X last year has sparked new innovations, particularly in phone companies finally being able to implement full (well, close as it could get) screen real estate, giving phones a more modern/premium feel. Definitely something ripped out of the 'Jetsons' or something.

-The Untimely Death of Toys R Us.

-And of course I know you guys don't really care about this, but I digress the massive political changes that have been occurring. Between the axing of the Iran Nuclear Deal, Jerusalem becoming the Capital of Israel, The Iconic U.S & NK Summit, Women finally being allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia, the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy and Trump appointing Brett Kavanaugh to succeed him, among other transformative political events, 2018 has proven to be consequential. It seems like the country is, slowly but surely, leaving the Obama era behind us and entering the Trump era 'balls in'. There's no turning back now. Trump has essentially destroyed Obama's legacy in almost all aspects. And we are now going to have to pay for these consequences.

Thus, I dare say that (at least so far) 2018 has proven to be more transformative than 2016 was. I'll put money on it.

Would you say we are fully in late 2010's culture now?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ZeldaFan20 on 07/10/18 at 4:01 pm


Would you say we are fully in late 2010's culture now?


Most certainly. I'd say since it seems that the core 2010s is over now, the Late 2010s culture is entering its peak. Similarly in 2008, the core 2000s had ended and thus we were entering the peak of Late 2000s culture.

Btw, do you agree with my analysis?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 4:25 pm


Would you consider the 2015-2016 school year more definitive then?


In terms of "definitive", this is probably how it goes. I'm not sure what you think of it, but please let me know.

1. 2016: The absolute peak of the decade, no debates. The fashion, culture, and political climate all scream 2010's.

2. 2015: Likely the peak of the "hipster" subculture of the early to mid 2010's. Hipsters were everywhere along with undercuts, hipster glasses, hipster tattoos, plaid. The term "yuccie" is created, which makes some argue that the whole "hipster" thing is dead even though it was ironically at its peak at the time. The Charleston church shooting along with the presidential campaigns for the 2016 election both build more political tensions.

3. 2017: The last core year of the 2010's. Trump gets inaugurated. Charlottesville was when the Alt-Right and SJWs showed their true colors with all of the violence that happened. Probably the first year with late 90's/early 2000's nostalgia - The JG Wentworth commercial with the boy band seemed very Y2K, and TRL reboots.

4. 2014: The Crimean crisis, the Elliot Rodger incident, the Michael Brown incident, Ferguson, and the rise of ISIS all happened in 2014. This is the first year where I saw the undercut hairstyle. All electropop influences are gone. This is also the year where SJW vs. alt-right becomes a thing, most likely starting with Gamergate. Five Seconds of Summer solidify the neo-teenybopper culture with the release of "She Looks So Perfect".

5. 2013: The first core year of the 2010's. As the hipster subculture rises and the electropop subculture falls, the 2000's are being pushed to history. Moreover, Vine and twerking both commenced in 2013. I also believe that Snapchat became popular later on in 2013. The age of EDM ushers in with Martin Garrix's "Animals". Lorde becomes popular as the first legit serious 2010's artist. Despite being the first "core 2010's" year, it is probably more tied to 2012 than 2014 because it was the last year before the political chaos of this decade started.

6. 2018: The first year of the "new age 2010's". The year started with tide pods, which become the first exclusively Generation Z stereotype. Aviator eyeglasses replace the hipster eyeglasses as the most "en vogue" form of eyewear. Stormy Daniels becomes an issue and is somewhat compared to the Monica Lewinsky issue almost exactly two decades earlier (off by about two weeks). The Parkland shooting and the March for Lives movement give Generation Z a voice for the first time. The Traditionalist Worker Party, one of the largest and most notorious groups in the alt-right, is no longer in existence. XXXTentacion, Jimmy Wopo, and Smoke Dawg all get assassinated. The first year where emo rap becomes noticeably popular. Toys R Us is no longer in existence. Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin get engaged. The Middle, Portlandia, New Girl, and Adventure Time all ended/will end in 2018.

7. 2012: Like 2011, this year was also kind of cheesy with "Gangnam Style" by PSY. One Direction ushers in the neo-teenybopper culture with the release of "What Makes You Beautiful" in the US. The Trayvon Martin incident usher in social justice culture. The issue of mass shootings escalates with the Chardon High School shooting, the Batman theater shooting, the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, and Sandy Hook. I would say that February 2012 was when the 2000's became the 2010's.

8. 2011: A year with a lot of cheese. Swiss, Cheddar, Jarlsberg, Mozzarella, you name it. "Friday" by Rebecca Black, "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO, "Used to Know" by Gotye, and "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen all came out in 2011. Dubstep also becomes popular, even though 2011 was the only year where it really had any reference. Smartphone usage hits 50% in the summer. Even though electropop starts to decline and Osama Bin Laden is assassinated, I think that 2011 was the last year that "felt more 2000's than 2010's".

9. 2010: The last year where emo and post-grunge had any relevance, even if it isn't by that much. Electropop peaks. Justin Bieber becomes popular.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 5:18 pm


8. 2011: A year with a lot of cheese. Swiss, Cheddar, Jarlsberg, Mozzarella, you name it. "Friday" by Rebecca Black, "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO, "Used to Know" by Gotye, and "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen all came out in 2011. Dubstep also becomes popular, even though 2011 was the only year where it really had any reference. Even though electropop starts to decline and Osama Bin Laden is assassinated, I think that 2011 was the last year that "felt more 2000's than 2010's".

I don't think electropop started to decline in 2011. If anything, it was probably the last full year it was popular. Also, the year 2010 was already more 2010's than 2000's, with the release of the iPad and music being different from the 2000's. 2011 was also when smartphones started getting popular.

Also, I firmly believe the 2011-2012 school year was the peak of dubstep. You had songs such as Centipede, Clarity, KYOTO, and dubstep artists like Skrillex being at their peak during the 2011-2012 school year.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 7:35 pm


Half of you guys on here are not much more than children and certainly can not remember the late 90's. "Hipster culture" is not dead either it's just changing just like it changed from 2010 to 2015, if you remember the hipster look of 2010 was different from the hipster look of 2015 for the most part, so my opinion is still that some of you guys are really reaching

What does that have to do with anything? There's literally thousands/millions of pics from the late '90s on the internet, so I don't need to remember the late '90s to know what was and wasn't popular. Stop it with the ageism.

Half of you guys on here are not much more than children and certainly can not remember the late 90's. "Hipster culture" is not dead either it's just changing just like it changed from 2010 to 2015, if you remember the hipster look of 2010 was different from the hipster look of 2015 for the most part, so my opinion is still that some of you guys are really reaching

2010s hipster culture does seem to be dying though. There's not a big difference between 2010 and 2015 hipster. They both have the same earthy-organic-natural-type aesthetic and they look practically the same. 2018 hipsters are very different, with their aesthetic mostly being the '80s and '90s (think Stranger Things). I've already posted about this actually

Tbh I don't think hipster culture died, it just kind of rebranded. This is what 2018 hipster culture looks like(all pics from r/starterpacks):
https://i.redd.it/vm88svqjdgc01.png
https://i.redditmedia.com/iaLnlyBDtAna3QB3bYUlNj4V8VCHAye_AZEg2Rl2_GU.jpg?fit=crop&crop=faces%2Centropy&arh=2&w=960&s=b84b74cfe02d6c741bd2c9a4acb6e835
https://i.redd.it/xblhn6updud01.png

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 7:44 pm


I don't think electropop started to decline in 2011. If anything, it was probably the last full year it was popular. Also, the year 2010 was already more 2010's than 2000's, with the release of the iPad and music being different from the 2000's. 2011 was also when smartphones started getting popular.

Also, I firmly believe the 2011-2012 school year was the peak of dubstep. You had songs such as Centipede, Clarity, KYOTO, and dubstep artists like Skrillex being at their peak during the 2011-2012 school year.

Really? I feel like electropop started declining really fast in 2011. I really can't think of any popular electropop songs from 2011, except maybe for Jennifer Lopez's "On The Floor" (which doesn't really sound like 2008-2010 electropop). I do agree that 2011-2012 was the peak of Dubstep music though.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 8:07 pm


Really? I feel like electropop started declining really fast in 2011. I really can't think of any popular electropop songs from 2011, except maybe for Jennifer Lopez's "On The Floor" (which doesn't really sound like 2008-2010 electropop). I do agree that 2010-2012 was the peak of Dubstep music though.


Dubstep was really only kind of exclusive to 2011. I never even heard of the term in 2010.

It started to die very quickly after early 2012. By 2013, the whole genre was history.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 8:10 pm


Dubstep was really only kind of exclusive to 2011. I never even heard of the term in 2010.

It started to die very quickly after early 2012. By 2013, the whole genre was history.

I meant 2011-2012 😅

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: mqg96 on 07/10/18 at 8:13 pm


I don't think electropop started to decline in 2011. If anything, it was probably the last full year it was popular. Also, the year 2010 was already more 2010's than 2000's, with the release of the iPad and music being different from the 2000's. 2011 was also when smartphones started getting popular.

Also, I firmly believe the 2011-2012 school year was the peak of dubstep. You had songs such as Centipede, Clarity, KYOTO, and dubstep artists like Skrillex being at their peak during the 2011-2012 school year.


You're right. The electropop era ended around 2012ish, or the 2012-2013 season. There's still been electronic music hits here and there but the craze of the genre dominating the charts has been over for 5 years at least.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 8:36 pm


You're right. The electropop era ended around 2012ish, or the 2012-2013 season. There's still been electronic music hits here and there but the craze of the genre dominating the charts has been over for 5 years at least.


The 2012-2013 season felt transitional. Going by calendar year, I'd say 2012 overall was electropop era, and 2013 was core '10s.
The first semester of the 2012-2013 school year felt more electropop with "Gangnam Style" dominating, while the second semester felt more core '10s.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 8:43 pm


The 2012-2013 season felt transitional. Going by calendar year, I'd say 2012 overall was electropop era, and 2013 was core '10s.
The first semester of the 2012-2013 school year felt more electropop with "Gangnam Style" dominating, while the second semester felt more core '10s.

By "the first semester" do you mean like September 2012 - February 2013?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 8:45 pm


By "the first semester" do you mean like September 2012 - February 2013?


August 2012 - January 2013

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/10/18 at 8:54 pm


The 2012-2013 season felt transitional. Going by calendar year, I'd say 2012 overall was electropop era, and 2013 was core '10s.
The first semester of the 2012-2013 school year felt more electropop with "Gangnam Style" dominating, while the second semester felt more core '10s.


Not sure if you'd agree with me, but I'd say that 2012 was the first year that leaned 2010's.

*One Direction ushers in the neo-teenybopper culture with the release of "What Makes You Beautiful" in the US.
*The Trayvon Martin incident usher in social justice culture.
*The issue of mass shootings escalates with the Chardon High School shooting, the Batman theater shooting, the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, and Sandy Hook.

I would say that February 2012 was when the 2000's became the 2010's.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/10/18 at 9:08 pm


Ok I know I disagreed with you at first but I think I changed my mind. I still don't agree about what makes 2018 different (I don't really agree that emo is coming back) but sooo many things have changed in the past week only. Just look at this tweet:
https://i.imgur.com/94gCeDU.jpg
These are all ICONIC 2010s artists and they're changing.
Hipster culture really is practically dead too and the fashion is starting to look very different with some incorporating some late '90s and early '00s looks into their outfits.
Honestly I'm starting to think that 2019 may turn out to be very different than 2010-2018 and I'm REALLY excited.

Really?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:17 pm


I agree with all of the changes that people have listed for 2018 is so far. IMO:

2016 seemed to had ended the ‘Classic 2010s’ (especially on November 8th, 2016, “a day that will live in infamy”).

While it looks like 2018 is an end to the ‘Core 2010s’.

HA, the classic 2010s. I feel proud now for some reason.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:19 pm


Ok I know I disagreed with you at first but I think I changed my mind. I still don't agree about what makes 2018 different (I don't really agree that emo is coming back) but sooo many things have changed in the past week only. Just look at this tweet:
https://i.imgur.com/94gCeDU.jpg
These are all ICONIC 2010s artists and they're changing.
Hipster culture really is practically dead too and the fashion is starting to look very different with some incorporating some late '90s and early '00s looks into their outfits.
Honestly I'm starting to think that 2019 may turn out to be very different than 2010-2018 and I'm REALLY excited.

Sigh, can 2019 wait? I honestly can't believe we have 1 more year left of this decade.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:20 pm

Y'all really be dying for a cultural shift lmao. "Did you see Katy Perry changed her hairstyle? That's signs of a big cultural shift"

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: graciee on 07/10/18 at 9:28 pm


Y'all really be dying for a cultural shift lmao. "Did you see Katy Perry changed her hairstyle? That's signs of a big cultural shift"

I ate food. That is a sign of 2020s culture

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:29 pm


I ate food. That is a sign of 2020s culture

I'm going to Georgia tomorrow morning so that's signs of early 2020's culture

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: graciee on 07/10/18 at 9:30 pm


I'm going to Georgia tomorrow morning so that's signs of early 2020's culture

I am at home. That is a sign of 2020s culture

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:31 pm


I am at home. That is a sign of 2020s culture

My room's a mess so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 9:32 pm


Y'all really be dying for a cultural shift lmao. "Did you see Katy Perry changed her hairstyle? That's signs of a big cultural shift"

Eh, if she had a big influence on fashion then that could actually be a small sign :P. But for real I am dying for a cultural shift 😩.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: CupidTheStupid on 07/10/18 at 9:34 pm


My room's a mess so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

My room is clean, that’s a sign of 2030s culture! ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: graciee on 07/10/18 at 9:35 pm


My room's a mess so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

I am going to a restaurant on my birthday. That is a sign of 2020s culture :-D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:35 pm


Eh, if she had a big influence on fashion then that could actually be a small sign :P. But for real I am dying for a cultural shift 😩.

I could see that, but I strongly doubt it happens very often.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:36 pm


My room is clean, that’s a sign of 2030s culture! ;D

My room is messy, it's a sign of 2040s culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 9:36 pm

As far as music goes;

Before 500 AD = Ancient Era
500-1400 AD = Medieval Era
1400-1600 = Renaissance Era
1600-1730 = Baroque Era
1730-1820 = Classical Era
1820-1900 = Romantic Era
1900-1920 = Ragtime Age
1920-1935 = Jazz Age
1935-1946 = Swing Age
1946-1955 = Bebop Age
1955-1966 = Youth Age
1966-1981 = Golden Age of Rock
1981-2007 = Age of Commercialization
2007+ = YouTube Age

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:37 pm


I am going to a restaurant on my birthday. That is a sign of 2020s culture :-D

My Wifi has been acting slow so that's signs of early 2020's culture.


My room is clean, that’s a sign of 2030s culture! ;D

I cleaned my hamster's cage today so that's signs of 2030's culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:38 pm


My Wifi has been acting slow so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

More like 1990s culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: CupidTheStupid on 07/10/18 at 9:39 pm


My room is messy, it's a sign of 2040s culture.

My room is hot. I feel 2050s culture ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:40 pm


More like 1990s culture.

;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:40 pm


My room is hot. I feel 2050s culture ;D

It's cool for me, so that's 2060s culture,  :D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: graciee on 07/10/18 at 9:41 pm

I am listening to music from the 2040s. I am in 2040s culture^^

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:42 pm

It's 2018 so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:43 pm


I am listening to music from the 2040s. I am in 2040s culture^^

Is it all screeching, robotic, beeping music?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 9:44 pm


It's 2018 so that's signs of early 2020's culture.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nK8DoV8FJE

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:44 pm


It's 2018 so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

I can't wait till late 2019 comes, so people on inthe00s can be like "is it 2020s culture yet?", "When is 2020s culture gonna come?"

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: CupidTheStupid on 07/10/18 at 9:44 pm


It's cool for me, so that's 2060s culture,  :D

The sun gave us hints of 2050s culture :D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:45 pm


The sun gave us hints of 2050s culture :D ;D ;D

Yep!

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 9:46 pm

Okay, I think y'all made your point. If you're gonna threadjack, at least Hassel-bomb it.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:47 pm

^ He posted a comment so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Wobo on 07/10/18 at 9:47 pm


^ He posted a comment so that's signs of early 2020's culture.

Yes, yes it is.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: CupidTheStupid on 07/10/18 at 9:49 pm

My boyfriend sent me a text. I felt a HUGE shift into 2030s culture (the decade we get married)

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: CupidTheStupid on 07/10/18 at 9:49 pm


Okay, I think y'all made your point. If you're gonna threadjack, at least Hassel-bomb it.

Sorry, it’s hilarious! ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:49 pm


My boyfriend sent me a text. I felt a HUGE shift into 2030s culture (the decade we get married)

;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 9:50 pm

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/walking-war-robots/images/e/e2/Thread-derailed.png/revision/latest?cb=20160127120049

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/10/18 at 9:53 pm


https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/walking-war-robots/images/e/e2/Thread-derailed.png/revision/latest?cb=20160127120049

More like CTFG  ;D ;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 07/10/18 at 9:56 pm


More like CTFG  ;D ;D ;D ;D


https://media.makeameme.org/created/yes-thats-right-o6mox3.jpg

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/10/18 at 10:03 pm


Y'all really be dying for a cultural shift lmao. "Did you see Katy Perry changed her hairstyle? That's signs of a big cultural shift"

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 10:12 pm


Really?

What?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/10/18 at 10:17 pm


What?

You really think those things constitute a cultural change? Why do we analyze such minor details on this website and say they point to a shift in culture?

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: ofkx on 07/10/18 at 10:24 pm


You really think those things constitute a cultural change? Why do we analyze such minor details on this website and say they point to a shift in culture?

Wasn't Kylie the one who started the fake lips trends that every ig model has? It's a small change but it's still a change. But now that I think about it those are very minor and probably won't actually make a big difference.
Either way the size of the picture makes it seem like a bigger deal than I actually intended it to be :P. I still think that hipster culture changing and the fact that late '90s/early '00s fashion is making a comeback could be a ~start~ of something.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: J. Rob on 07/11/18 at 6:59 am


Y'all really be dying for a cultural shift lmao. "Did you see Katy Perry changed her hairstyle? That's signs of a big cultural shift"


Lol......I think we all just want this decade to end.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/11/18 at 8:47 am

I’m finally in Georgia so that’s signs of early 2020’s culture.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: wixness on 07/11/18 at 9:50 am


I agree. If we were to use school years I'd say that the core 2010s was from 2012-2013 to 2017-2018. Mid 2018 (so far at least) has seem to have been the nail in the coffin of the 'core 2010s'.

-The Controversial release of Avengers: Infinity War has been categorized as the 'Jumping the Shark' moment for Superhero films, for better or worst.

-The Hipster Trend, which has been declining steadily since 2017, has seemed to have started to bottom out. Iconic 'Adorkable' Era shows like New Girl and Young & Hungry have ended. Along with the show Portlandia, which was at the forefront of the Hipster subculture.

-Other iconic 2010s shows have ended like Scandal, The Fosters, The Middle, and Nashville, among others. For more information on how much I delve into this topic:http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=56023.45

-Another important thing to note to add is the rise in Generation Z and the subsequent evolution of Millennials. The response and protests against the NRA after the Parkland Shooting was arguably the first major 'Z' political event (sort of like their Columbine). The Tide Pod challenge was also the first major trend among the teenaged population that Millennials had no part of (heck, I didn't even know it was a thing until a couple of months ago ;D ......bizarre).

-Millennials have also been in the news a lot as of late; for more info check out:http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=57965.0, but essentially, most marketers have now (FINALLY) come to the conclusion that Millennials aren't a code word for 'young people' and have thus realized that the generation are primarily adults facing REAL societal issues. Stagnant wages, rapidly rising housing prices (sounds eerily familiar), income inequality widening, rising student loan debt (seems like my grad class hasn't stopped the tradition: https://moneyish.com/ish/the-top-5-things-the-class-of-2018-should-be-freaked-out-about/). However on the flip side; consumer confidence, the stock market, and the bond market, are at historical highs, along with the unemployment rate (3.8%) at a historical low. So overall, the economy is certainly in a much better shape than just 5-6 years ago, but many of the societal issues plaguing my generation still persist even in this 'new economy'.

-Another generational change has been the rise in popularity for more melancholic (I've heard some people call this 'emo') influences in pop culture. Be it in music (rap, rock, etc.), or in people's fashion senses (I've seen my fair share of more melancholic color trends sort of emerge back in fashion). This seems to have been epitomized with the unfortunate death of 'X' last month, in which many Gen Zers were deeply touched with X's music (and his singles have climbed on the Billboard charts due to this), but many Millennials disregarded him and his music as being 'too dark' and not 'authentic'. Some Yers probably didn't even know who 'X' was.

-Fashion in general, since 2017, but especially in 2018, has been drawing away from the Grunge/Hipster influenced trends of the mid 2010s, in favor for more of a minimalist take into fashion that beckons back to the Late 1990s/Early 2000s, but of course with a modern take. Thus, name brands have become prominent again such as FILA, Champion, Supreme, Gucci, Pac Sun, among others. Materialism in general has returned via this, along with the rise in wearable tech like Fit Bits, Apple Watches, VR, among other breakthroughs.

-The release of the iPhone X last year has sparked new innovations, particularly in phone companies finally being able to implement full (well, close as it could get) screen real estate, giving phones a more modern/premium feel. Definitely something ripped out of the 'Jetsons' or something.

-The Untimely Death of Toys R Us.

-And of course
I know you guys don't really care about this, but I digress the massive political changes that have been occurring. Between the axing of the Iran Nuclear Deal, Jerusalem becoming the Capital of Israel, The Iconic U.S & NK Summit, Women finally being allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia, the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy and Trump appointing Brett Kavanaugh to succeed him, among other transformative political events, 2018 has proven to be consequential. It seems like the country is, slowly but surely, leaving the Obama era behind us and entering the Trump era 'balls in'. There's no turning back now. Trump has essentially destroyed Obama's legacy in almost all aspects. And we are now going to have to pay for these consequences.

Thus, I dare say that (at least so far) 2018 has proven to be more transformative than 2016 was. I'll put money on it.

I've been emailed that Kavanaugh wanted to make net neutrality illegal and said that ISPs only were instrumental in defining what is acceptable speech. This is going to suck for small and obscure websites like this. I've donated to FFTF because of this news.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: exodus08 on 07/11/18 at 11:20 am

I agree that 2018 is a more transformative year then 2016.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/11/18 at 12:28 pm


I agree that 2018 is a more transformative year then 2016.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: bchris02 on 07/11/18 at 12:56 pm

Eh...to me 2018 has just been an extension of 2017.  Unless something big happens I would say 2017 and 2018 have been the most similar years culturally since 2013 and 2014.  Now in my personal life 2018 has been very different but the overall culture is similar.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: John Titor on 07/11/18 at 2:23 pm


Eh...to me 2018 has just been an extension of 2017.  Unless something big happens I would say 2017 and 2018 have been the most similar years culturally since 2013 and 2014.  Now in my personal life 2018 has been very different but the overall culture is similar.


2018 isn't the year where one big event changes everything, it is a culmination of small minor changes

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/11/18 at 4:33 pm

My room is still a mess and I still haven't showered so nothing has changed since 1999 imo.

Subject: Re: The 2018 Shift - (official List of Changes so far )

Written By: 2001 on 07/11/18 at 7:25 pm

The 2000s revival is in full swing. E-Bikes and hoverboards are so 2010s, all the cool 2020s kids have electric scooters! Anyone else seeing more of these on the road (like, literally on the road)? :o

https://d22ir9aoo7cbf6.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2017/03/e-scooters-header.jpg
https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/g-WymIq3INw6esk6OcdDjc715Ng=/0x0:5600x3733/920x613/filters:focal(2352x1419:3248x2315)/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/60308811/lime_s_limebike_carly_mask_21.0.jpg

And Uber is teaming up with Lime to add electric scooters sharing to its app

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