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e.scott1
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Because daddy owns a mahoosive estate.
That is completely not true. So many people seem to be under the impression that private school kids are posh and stuck up and rich. Well I'll tell you something, many parents work damn hard to send their children to private school. They give up their luxuries and live in a tiny two bedroom apartment in the middle of some crappy city. Yes many people are wealthy, but seriously stop generalising because many kids aren't. so stop commenting crap about things you don't understand.
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That is completely not true.
To study at the Royal Agricultural College (now RAU) ?

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The courses there are subjects such as Land management and specialist equine courses. I work there, very high percentage of 'hoorays' few of which will be working the land! Lol
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