I'm sure they do, but do they understand what they're used for? I was wondering this the other day at the polls. I looked over at this hipster couple and wondered how on earth they could leave the house knowing they looked the way they did. I have to admit that it clearly took a lot of time to pomade that hair and get it to hang on their foreheads in just the right expertely-sculpted-sloppy fashion they could, but I couldn't imagine wanting to let anyone see me looking that way. Same with the matching scarves, horn rim glasses and leather backpacks. I wanted to tell the dude that, if he really wanted to pull off the leather elbow patches, his blazer should have been corduroy, but I didn't want to get out of line. Still, it would have given me a chance to see if his stubble was real or just drawn on with an eyeliner brush. Like his faux-sloppy hair, it was a bit too manicured to be plausible. I was tempted to go over and sand off his girlfriend's painted-on mole with my genuine stubble, just so he'd know what it's supposed to look like. I hadn't had breakfast, though, and I was afraid getting that close to the mixed aromas of patchouli and clove-a-rettes would have overwhelmed my stomach.