4: The number of proper nouns in this quicklink about Racked's hilariously long list of proper nouns in today's New York Times style section profile of Monocle magazine editor, Tyler Brûlé .
The New York Times, racked, name dropping, Tyler Brûle, monocle
Q: Oh, you fancy, huh?
A: "Well of course I am. LOOK HOW MUCH EXTRA ACCENT SHIT I HAVE IN MY NAME. Also, Monocle."
@JessicaLovejoy Tyler YA BURNT. (because his name is Brûlé GET IT???!!!)
Still not the worst Tyler name, that would be Ty-Lör Boring of Top Chef.
Still love this@j
THERE IS ACTUALLY A MAGAZINE BY THIS NAME?
@melis Yeah, but don't worry, it's just a joke (it's not). Rich people have this amazing sense of humor about themselves (they don't). So get it (nothing to get, not a joke, actually seriously for real)?
@melis I've always said, it's wonderful the things poors can grasp with just a little guidance.
@melis I for sure just came down here to say, "You had me at "Monocle magazine editor, Tyler Brûlé"".
Can somebody please let me know how one becomes a lifestyle impresario? Sounds like a sweet gig.
@redheadedandcrazy If you have to ask, you'll never be one.
My new ironic 90s indie band is called "Dieter Rams Das". We're gonna re-design...your soul. With tender lovin' riffs.
I know this has been beaten to death, but nothing described by these proper nouns says "hipster" to me, yet hipster places carry this magazine for cred?
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