TREND: LIBRARY CORE.

>Zoomers are going to the New York Public Library to wear cool outfits and hang out

Zoomers are making the local public library hip and in Vogue.

Library Core is here!

>the internet subculture obsessed with higher education and literature. He picks out cozy knitted sweaters and accessorizes with well-worn copies of classic books. Earls looks like an adjunct English professor – or an extra in Saltburn.

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2024/jan/26/books-and-looks-gen-z-is-rediscovering-the-public-library

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24 thoughts on “TREND: LIBRARY CORE.

    • Vieo says:

      It’s not my fault you don’t have your finger on the pulse of fashion.

      Maybe this board isn’t for you.

      Do you even have a subscription to Vogue , Dior, and Variety magazine?

  1. Anonymous says:

    This just in: Zoomers so poor they have to go to the library to hang out because a cheeseburger is now $29.95 with 29.99%apr financing

    In other news: boomers still running government and federal reserve. "4 houses is not enough, I need a cabin in telluride, but nobody wants to work to build it because they’re lazy," says one boomer

    • Anonymous says:

      It would be ironic if shopping malls came back into style but nobody was buying anything.

      That said, it probably isn’t a bad thing on an intrinsic level that zoomers are going back to libraries to hang out. There has apparently been a noticeable trend in the abandonment of "third spaces" like libraries, malls, parks, etc. as society shifted from physical to digital socializing.

      • Anonymous says:

        >There has apparently been a noticeable trend in the abandonment of "third spaces" like libraries, malls, parks, etc. as society shifted from physical to digital socializing.
        At least in my major city these places have largely been overtaken by either the homeless or a criminal element. There are some exceptions where there is a large police presence.

      • Anonymous says:

        As long as they keep quiet on the reading room they’re more than welcome.

        >There has apparently been a noticeable trend in the abandonment of "third spaces" like libraries, malls, parks, etc. as society shifted from physical to digital socializing.
        At least in my major city these places have largely been overtaken by either the homeless or a criminal element. There are some exceptions where there is a large police presence.

        By reclaiming those third spaces they might help drive the criminal elements out of there.

      • Anonymous says:

        >There has apparently been a noticeable trend in the abandonment of "third spaces" like libraries, malls, parks, etc. as society shifted from physical to digital socializing.
        At least in my major city these places have largely been overtaken by either the homeless or a criminal element. There are some exceptions where there is a large police presence.

        Malls are still very popular hangout spots.
        Maybe not in flyover states where they all have become abandoned.
        But in real cities (there is only one real city in the USA btw) they are thriving as much as ever.

        • Anonymous says:

          I could see this. Because their cuckpod living spaces are so tiny they have to use the mall to actually spread out and relax. Probably a lot of New Yorkers go sit in the mall to give one of their 5 roommates some privacy while they are doing gay anal rimming jobs with some tranny they picked up in the communal multi-purpose kitchen/TV/toilet/closet room. NYC is cool to visit for a day or two but it must drive people insane to live there.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Shit thread. You should have your ankles tied to a tree, your wrists tied to a rock, then that rock should be thrown down a cliff.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Please at least try to come up with a name that doesn’t end in -core or -wave, it’s so hecking boring, how about hecking LIBRARIZZ or BOOKOUTURE or what hecking ever like at least give something else a shot

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