Mannerheim's Hipster PDA

Ever ahead of his time, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim comes up with the Hipster PDA way before anyone else. 1930's maybe...

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  • lorelei 10y

    thomas jefferson had a version that he used which i think would have been earlier (his term was 1801-1809)
  • arabella 10y

    I just noticed this has been viewed an obscene number of times! Can someone mention where they saw this from?
  • dsdsdsdsdsds 10y

  • Elaine Ashton 10y

    I wonder how long before the hipster Egyptian papyrus scroll fad comes along. Just think how cool it would be to sit in Starbucks sucking on your latte with a scroll instead of some boring moleskine or stack of index cards with a cheap binder clip.
  • Elaine Ashton 10y

    Interesting to note that his journal is in Swedish which might indicate that the journal is from before 1917.
  • arabella 10y

    The 1930's bit was just a guess, actually. i'll have to go take another looksee to check when he wrote it - maybe they'll let me riffle through it :D
  • parelle 10y

    I saw this on 43Folders :)

    As for Jefferson's Hipster PDA, you can buy your very own here:

    The temptation to buy this... is there.
  • Dave Gottlieb 10y

    Does this say, "I hate central Asians," on it?
  • arabella 10y

    Grobstein, unless it looks & spells exactly the same in Swedish as it does in English, I seriously doubt it says "I hate central Asians".
  • Jams O'Donnell 10y

    75 bucks for the Jefferson version seems to go a bit against the spirit of Hipster PDA
  • man9 10y

    Sorry folks, the last lines are "använd i central asien", "use in central asia".
  • Juho Tunkelo 7y

    "använd i hela central asien", "use in the whole of central asia" ... interesting, could this be dated before his big Asian voyage?
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