Missing Hipster Beard: Substantial Rewards Available on Safe Return

A hipster in glasses and a beard
Beard man.

Our latest office apprentice is a Hipster. That, naturally, means he has a Hipster beard. Sadly, he lost this on and about the morning of the 4th of February 2020. He is hysterical in grief.

We’re pleading with our readers—please, if you locate this beard please get in contact. There is a substantial reward available.

Lost Hipster Beard

The Hipster beard is unkempt and bushy in size and length, with those unsightly frizzly bits at the end that Hipsters thinks looks good (for some reason), but really looks horrendous.

Our apprentice began growing his Hipster beard on and about the morning of December 3rd, 2018. He is quite attached to the beard and views it as, “The brother I never had. Apart from my real brother Andrew. But I don’t like him.”

He has released the following statement to appeal to the international community during this trying time:

"My beard, which I have named Berty, is very dear to me. I'm willing to donate a kidney to have it returned in good condition.

In the right circumstances, I'm also willing to donate half of my liver or one of my arms to an amputee rehabilitation clinic.

Life without my beard is like life without skinny jeans - emancipating and more comfortable. But the Hipster life isn't about comfort! It's about beards!

Please don't defecate or spit on my beard, should you see it ambling about in the wild. It's sensitive (a "snowflake", as you boomers put it) and easily frightened."

We believe the Hipster beard (“Berty”, if you will) made a break from our apprentice’s face due to circulation issues caused by the tightness of his skinny jeans.

Although it was a bid for freedom to save its life, that bout of independence has now left our apprentice mopy and annoying. And that’s getting on our nerves. We need him to mop up after us etc.

As such, we urge all other Hipsters to loosen their skinny jeans (or wear normal trousers every now and then) to avoid a similar fate.

How to Find a Lost Hipster Beard

For tips on how to locate the beard, please adhere to the following list:

  • Doesn’t respond to the name Berty, despite our apprentice’s attempts to convince us otherwise.
  • It looks like a big old Hipster beard.
  • Flees upon sight of skinny jeans, so perhaps hunt for it wearing a kilt etc.
  • Can be caught using a net.
  • Take a weapon of some sort (e.g. a bazooka) as a precaution.

Our suggestion is to gun the beard down with a shotgun upon sight, check a net over it, then lug it to the Profesional Moron office.

You’ll then receive your reward. It’s a bottle of chemical grade bleach with a free satsuma.

Stop Press: Beard Found!?

As we were closing for press, reports came in of a Hipster beard that’s handed itself into authorities in Manchester city centre!

It’s unclear if this is Berty, or some other Hipster beard that did a runner from its owner. Greater Manchester Police issued the following statement:

"Tonight, at 5:55pm, a Hipster beard that wishes to remain anonymous handed itself into our custody. 

The beard was shaggy and dishevelled, but as most Hipster beards are like that we presume that means he's in good health. 

We're attempting to confirm its origin and owner and will carry out DNA tests immediately."

Our apprentice has been alerted and has taken to consuming litres of kombucha to calm himself down.

Before we closed for press, he told us he was feeling “okay”.

4 comments

  1. I never understood what hipsters were about, though I have to admire their ability to multi-task. Most of those I see are riding by on their designer hipster bikes, listening to hipster alt-country rap on their designer hipster i-phones, while simultaneously drinking designer hipster coffee from designer hipster paper cups, all the while growing their hipster beards. All at once. Have to take my hat off to them. If I had a hat.

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