Apparently I'm posh, girls, what do you think?

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I'm 21, I come from a good family, my parents both have jobs, dad is now retired and I had a nice childhood.

A few friends of mine agreed I was posh.
They wouldn't explain how just that I'm posh, apparently.

I play golf I'm into watches and vintage cars, I have a couple of watches myself and my dad has a Rolex.

I dress well and I just try to act somewhat decent.
I never thought of myself as posh but I've been called Polo, JFK and the Hamptons (all posh according to my friends).

I was talking to a girl about it and she said "well you are posh, that's not a bad thing at all, you're just like a good rich kid'.

Girls, what do you think? Is it a turn off for you?

What is actually is 'being posh'?
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Dear lord.
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I get called posh but that’s due to the fact I don’t sound like a Geordie
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Dear lord.
Get on your bike
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I get called posh but that’s due to the fact I don’t sound like a Geordie
I'm Irish, I'm not from Dublin, so I miss out on both ends of the scale from the 'have yaa a euaroo fourr da buhs' to the 'aw daddy bowght me a powny'..
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Get on your bike
Yer Ma's unavailable.
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You answered this for yourself with the sentences ‘I play golf’ and ‘I come from a good family’.
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I'm Irish, I'm not from Dublin, so I miss out on both ends of the scale from the 'have yaa a euaroo fourr da buhs' to the 'aw daddy bowght me a powny'..
My accent is a warped Geordie and Mancunian that sounds weirdly generically British. It’s ridiculous
No one believes that I’m from Newcastle
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U have to be the judge of yourself
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Yer Ma's unavailable.
This is why you were shot
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This is why you were shot
Time travelling Ma-fondler. And to think they said I'd not amount to anything.
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Time travelling Ma-fondler. And to think they said I'd not amount to anything.
To your credit you're a credit to the Republic.
Ma-fondling aside.
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To your credit you're a credit to the Republic.
Ma-fondling aside.
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(Don't take me too seriously)
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Were you educated in a public school? Imo to be considered posh you pretty much have to have gone to an elite private school.
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Were you educated in a public school? Imo to be considered posh you pretty much have to have gone to an elite private school.
I'm not from England, but yeah Public school, some gypsies/travellers went there too, and some students who went on to be doctors, everyone from the area went there.
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I'm not from England, but yeah Public school, some gypsies/travellers went there too, and some students who went on to be doctors, everyone from the area went there.
I am posh...you have nothing to worry about you're not posh
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My friends call me posh because of my accent and my mannerisms. Also the way I dress, eat/drink and am polite. However I went to an awful, failing state school and am from the lowest socio-economic background living off £12,000< for a family of 3. Everyone’s idea of posh is different, but I have no qualms with it; unless it includes being a snob. I find well-dressed men to be quite attractive and handsome, if I’m honest 😊
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm 21, I come from a good family, my parents both have jobs, dad is now retired and I had a nice childhood.

A few friends of mine agreed I was posh.
They wouldn't explain how just that I'm posh, apparently.

I play golf I'm into watches and vintage cars, I have a couple of watches myself and my dad has a Rolex.

I dress well and I just try to act somewhat decent.
I never thought of myself as posh but I've been called Polo, JFK and the Hamptons (all posh according to my friends).

I was talking to a girl about it and she said "well you are posh, that's not a bad thing at all, you're just like a good rich kid'.

Girls, what do you think? Is it a turn off for you?

What is actually is 'being posh'?
im pretty much the same i like watches and and cars, especially the aston martin db5. its fine just take it on the chin.
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