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    like idk, some people say I am but that's because of my accent, which I really can't help, and also my indulgance in education; however this is no longer really a predicate of the upper class, if anything you could say it's pretension (perhaps)?

    I certainly don't live a rich lifestyle nor do I identify myself as posh.

    As for the tea cup/mug holding I always hold mine with my little finger sticking out but that is simply because I find it more comfortable.
    At the end of the day I really couldn't give a f**k what people think and neither should you.
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    (Original post by DanteTheDoorKnob)
    Not a fan of the posh ethos, all a bit girly to me.
    And i thought poshness was due to socio-economic status and not gender. Lmao
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    And i thought poshness was due to socio-economic status and not gender. Lmao

    He is talking about the feminine mannerisms that posh men harbour
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    I'm a peasant.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    He is talking about the feminine mannerisms that posh men harbour
    Oh
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    another silly thread :naughty:
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    (Original post by Hamoody)
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    that hurts
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    Oh yes. I'm the epitome of posh.

    Honhonhon...

    Very much so. :smug:

    I'm very tired after hunting with daddy. Hopefully cook can make my pheasant very pleasant :giggle:

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    I would say I'm upper middle class at best :yes:
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    No but I'm classy af
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    :erm: no
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    nope - thank god
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    No some people think I am but I would say I'm not
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Would you consider yourself to be posh?
    Yep
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    that hurts
    Does it? :poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke::poke:
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    I'm a snob.
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    I'm quite posh privately educated...affluent family etc.

    But i am of the mind it does not matter where a person may come from it is where they are going so i do not judge.
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    lmfao
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    No, I'm from Glasgow
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    Somewhat, dunno..

    Privately educated til I was 13, parents both have degrees and were both professionals, grandparents on my mom's side have degrees (one was a successful entrepreneur after going to Cambridge for Engineering) and were both professionals, our household income used to be firmly upper middle class, used to holiday a lot (2-3x a year), lived in multiple countries etc..

    But after my dad passed away: household income has suffered and the holidays are maybe every other year (if that), all my siblings are in state school now, we don't really splurge on stuff anymore..

    Tbf, I'm not even sure what we're defining 'posh' as.



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    How do we even define posh ? Because sometimes people think I am.. I don't think I am tho :3 - or Idk it depends on how you define it -

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    (Original post by DanteTheDoorKnob)
    I like the rough cultured types, the ones who speak a French regional accent and broken English

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    which accent exactly ? :mmm:
 
 
 
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