In more recent years, Brooklyn has become somewhat of a hipster haven, a place where handlebar mustaches and neo-vintagism reigns with a tatted fist. But in light of Brooklyn’s newer residents, some of the borough’s natives have had a difficult time adjusting to the subsequent effects. Although many would argue whether or not Brooklyn has changed for better or worse, one thing is very clear, it has changed.
The natives’ general disdain was regulated to hard stares, grumbles, and a few clever stickers, now a presumably anonymous source has created a series of clear messages for newcomers, and is welcoming everyone to join in the fun.
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