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    The line between working class and middle class is so blurred nowadays that it's very hard to say. F.e there will be people on here saying working class yet living in house which has earnings higher than some of those saying middle class, so the distinction between working class and middle class is rather defunct in 21st century Britain.
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    Upper-middle class. Because of my parents' jobs, private education etc.
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    Working Class- I'm dirt poor, but by working I can afford to pay my bills... Athough I'm more than happy where I am
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    I have my own class. End of.
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    (Original post by jaydoh)
    Which social class do you consider yourself to fall under and why do you think you belong there?
    I would say working class because I don't write in a red font...
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    upper class
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    Upper Middle Class because my dad is a doctor, but probably lower middle class because I go to a state school and live in a pretty **** area.

    But who cares really.
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    I'm in the upper-middle class. Most of my other relatives are in the working class though. We have mixed values
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    My mums on benefits due to long term illness/disability and being a carer so I think that makes me underclass?
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    Lower Middle-Class / Upper Working Class.

    Dad had a good job in a Bank, worked up from entry level allowing us to have a nice house, although with a reasonable mortgage, 2 cars and regular holidays. However, he's now self employed and doesn't make anything like he used to. No more holidays
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    Upper middle class I'm guessing by UK standards. My parents own a substantial amount of property in Cyprus, and some in the UK and Egypt. We're relatively well-off, my mum doesn't need a full-time job, we go to a private school. Wow I'm so lucky.
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    Working class - born into it, but thankfully not into a council house as my mother was
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    Working class I guess. How do you even gauge the lines between these classes though? How do decide if you're in working class as opposed to being lower middle class or something? :confused:
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    (Original post by chelseafc)
    satisfied class.

    because i have enough - haven't got the best, but is better than most of the world.
    This.
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    Depends which day of the week it is.
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    Social reject.
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    as a full time student 8 (underclass) on the registrar general table

    and as a part time retail worker 6 semi skilled

    so lower working class
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    so middle class it's not funny.
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    Illuminati
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    Middle class, cos we have a family crest.
 
 
 
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