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The difference between upper class, middle class and working class people watch

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    Upper- M&S and waitrose
    Middle - sainsbury's
    Lower - asda and Iceland
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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    This is so inaccurate...the upper class and lower class arent different species
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    That is so inaccurate it is funny.
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    Modern society is far too fluid and 'open' to make those kind of distinctions anymore.

    I could sound 'Middle Class', shop at Morissons, be motivated by instant, rather than delayed gratification etc etc.

    A postmodernist perspective on class is probably more applicable these days.
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    Upper- M&S and waitrose
    Middle - sainsbury's
    Lower - asda and Iceland
    Cool, apparently i am upper class now
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    Upper- M&S and waitrose
    Middle - sainsbury's
    Lower - asda and Iceland
    And what's lidl then? Cattle class?
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    Upper- M&S and waitrose
    Middle - sainsbury's
    Lower - asda and Iceland
    You can't say that about asda!! :unimpressed: And Lidl for lief btw, bottle of vodka for £3
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    (Original post by JPO92)
    Modern society is far too fluid and 'open' to make those kind of distinctions anymore.

    I could sound 'Middle Class', shop at Morissons, be motivated by instant, rather than delayed gratification etc etc.

    A postmodernist perspective on class is probably more applicable these days.
    ITT everyone is a Harvard Professor of Sociology
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    Seems to be on the money. I don't think I've ever been more depressed by a thread on TSR
 
 
 
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