- n. Plural form of hippie.
- n. a youth subculture (mostly from the middle class) originating in San Francisco in the 1960s; advocated universal love and peace and communes and long hair and soft drugs; favored acid rock and progressive rock music
“Granted many of us were in that fight as well but the term hippies is so way past the time frame.”
“He says when he looks into the crowd when he sings and sees what he describes as hippies and Rastafarians he sees a bit of himself.”
“He says when he looks out into the crowd when he sings and sees what he describes as hippies and Rastafarians, he sees a bit of himself.”
“But punching the hippies is easier than admitting that your latest hero has been wrong-headed and inadequate, I suppose.”
“The highly politicized environment that shaped them was characterized by "hippies, the Vietnam war, revolution, Nixon, Watergate, books that called for change in every way," Mr. Samaras said in a Journal interview.”
“More disturbing than the smelly, unwashed, scrounging, hippies is ….”
“Yes | No | Report from peter wrote 38 weeks 2 days ago theirs. i think we should keep our woods clean and large and ive sauid that but they are ignorant and stubbburn about hunbting so to me their just treehuggin hippies”
“Not that it actually will happen first; terror of inner city blacks and hippies is still too strong.”
“She has got the hippie thing down and yes this is a North Dakota girl and there are a lot more hippies from the state than people realize, most just end up leaving it to see the world.”
“Being raised by academic hippies is like being raised by wolves -- you can rejoin human society, but you can never integrate seamlessly.”
Looking for tweets for hippies.