how can I be a hippy?

Discussion in 'Old Hippies' started by rebeliouspunkjp, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. what is your idea on life?
  2. I'm not older hippie, but I want to tell you something. Being hippie is not just free love, drugs and music. It's much more deeper, and you probably know that. Nobody can help you to become a hippie. You just feel it or not. I consider myself hippie because I believe in peace as the way to resolve differences among people, religions and ideologies. Of course, I also like old rock'n'roll music, hippie fashion etc... but the most important things are peace, love and understanding.
  3. WE1

    WE1 Member

    First,you must PM me with all the address and phone numbers of the women that are providing you with free sex. And, if I score, I will send you a copy of the Hippie Handbook;circa,1974. And one Greatful Dead t-shirt [unwashed since 1986 ] and then you can be a hippie too.
  4. Bilby

    Bilby Freerangertarian Staff Member Lifetime Supporter Super Moderator

    Read up on / do courses in lateral thinking.Also read Nexus magazine (available at Barnes & Noble) web : Also attend hippy festivals.See Festivals forum.
  5. dedhead95

    dedhead95 The Wizard of Rhythm

    peace and love, but definatley understanding.
  6. carsick

    carsick Member

    like the flick of a swicth
  7. jesikhaviolet

    jesikhaviolet Member

    well if you think that the original hippies didn't call themselves that, and was actually a word that the governments used to try and categorise the group... an authentic "hippy" is hard to come across.
    at the time, a lot were following the fashion that you were peaceful, loving, drugged, liked the music etc...
    the best phrases to get you going are:
    "expand your mind"
    "peace and love"
    from those, you can derive what you want for your morals and whatever. there's a lot of hippies that don't do free lovin, or like the music, or have the fashion etc.. but as long as you abide by those phrases (roughly) and know that you are, you are a hippy
  8. carsick

    carsick Member

    why would you want to be a hippy, why would you want to "Be" anything
  9. Ellied

    Ellied Senior Member

    i am a human i dnt wana BE anything else
  10. Lights

    Lights Member

    Wow man... that's deep.

    Don't try too hard.

    Make love not war and blessed be The Lady Giea.
  11. WayfaringStranger

    WayfaringStranger Corporate Slave #34

    alright these types of questions are gettin disgusting. no one tries to be a hippie. they are just called that derogatorially, untill they finally accept that they are in fact a hippie, and the people caling them that are just jealous. so until you go through that, all the dreadlocks and pot and free sex in the world wont make you a hippie.
  12. you are gay so shut up queer. I am very peaceful so leave me alone. I am not like you.
  13. Lights

    Lights Member

    Step one: Stop calling people fag. I happen to like guys and I find that offensive.
  14. Lights

    Lights Member

  15. MoonjavaSeed

    MoonjavaSeed Yeah, Toast!

    ooooooooh god not this bullshit again.......:rolleyes:
  16. MoonjavaSeed

    MoonjavaSeed Yeah, Toast!

    haha there ya go.

    even though we both have dreads.....hahhahaha :rolleyes:
  17. Lights

    Lights Member

    Yes, that shit again, count yourself lucky you got to witness it.
  18. hippycarly

    hippycarly Member

    I grew up in this environment.....being a hippy is peace, love, not caring what others think, just being yourself. I tried that 80's and 90's me generation yuppie BS, and now am going back to where I came from, and actually find myself much happier and less stressed. I now don't give a care if I don't have a new SUV in my drive, even tho my neighbors have one, and flaunt it thinking that I could be jealous sheesh. Love others, love the environment,
  19. Lights

    Lights Member

    I actually want not to have an SUV in my drive. If I had the abilty I would destroy all cars.

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