‘parrot-learned posturing’ à and what do you think your speech is? Do you think you’re the first one to make a judgement like this? Err no. I love the way you take the moral high ground as if you are such a genuine, honest person but you are just a hypocrite. You judge them just because they have money just like they judge you for not having any. Here’s a few faults to argument I’d just like to point out –
1)’ I'm not insecure enough to have to go on about money’ – ‘although by Dad now earns about early 70's grand a year, most of my life we were not that well off, he was on an academic salary’ ?!?
2) You make huge generalisations. I assume that by the way you speak about these people, that you’ve never actually had one as a friend, hence how would you really know if they were ‘intelligent’ or ‘likeable?’ Oh wait, of course – by looking on. Let me guess – you’ve had a few sit behind you in a bar, a few sitting in the back row of a lecture ummm passed some in the street?
3) you are right, they do dress the same. Its a trend and there’s nothing wrong with that. But I’m guessing this is where you fish them out for you’re ill-informed, generalised, assumptions on what they’re like inside. You see a girl with a coller up, pearl earrings, pashy and perhaps a posh accent and she’s automatically a ‘vacant’, ‘superficial’ ‘un-intelligent’ being. I can’t see how else you would make such accusations, its obvious you never really have a conversation with any as you would have never made you’re original statement –
"hahah hate the bloody rahs...so posh...so vacant...so superficial...so irritating...so loud-mouthed....so inane.......so mindless"
4) “Have you ever considered the possibility that the fact these people put themselves in cliques and feel the need to consciously exclude other people, is a product of chronic insecurity?” – what have they got to feel insecure about exactly? They don’t spend their time slating you lower classes yet you constantly spend your time slating theirs – I don’t think they are the ones with an insecurity problem here. And no. that is not the reason they hang in cliques. They hang in cliques because they prefer to hang around with people who have similar interests to them – same clothes, same hobbies (yes – this maybe hunting, balls, pony club – who cares) same backgrounds…and so bloody what if they want to only hang around with people of an equal class. That’s life. You don’t hang around with the local pikeys who go round with slap heads and kappa suits and they don’t moan on about it.
I am sorry to get so annoyed over this. Its just you don’t know these people and yet you think you do so well.
- ‘I'm jealous and bitter of them? Don't flatter yourself.’ – hehe. I am not even talking about me you fool. How can I be up my own arse? Im talking about other people.