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Marigold wrote:
Thu Jul 23, 2020 9:47 pm
Upper class - must be down to liking for opera, and using Waitrose!
Damn and blast I clicked opera and ballet, if only I had ticked Waitrose instead of Morrisons :lol: :lol:
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Or calling your children Chardonnay in the vain belief you will move up a notch or 2. it sounds wonderful yelled out in Estuary English usually with an expletive in front of it.
Another thing from childhood that children today can't quite believe, is the wonderful frost patterns on the inside of the window, buying fish and gutting it, and going to the phone box on the corner
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It's quite a giggle doing it more than once and changing your replies to see how it changes your "class"! I had a pair of Levi cords when I was 14 and a pair of red Wrangler's which I bought for £5 in a sale because they were straight leg (soon changed that with the help of worn out navy blue cords). I think I flared three pairs (two for boyfriend - well his were the source of the fabric!)
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I managed to come out as ‘solidly working class and proud of it’ that time!
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If it's any consolation, I came out as upper middle class- it asked which was my supermarket of choice (Waitrose, as they're the only one that sells organic / free range skimmed milk) rather than which supermarket I can actually afford to do most of my shopping in (Sainsbury's & Morrisons). Our house was built in the 1930s with an outside loo (we've got indoor ones now...) it's perfect for my glass students as they don't have to go into the house...
Chickens are a girl's best friend (though diamonds would be nice too!)
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Marigold wrote:
Sat Jul 25, 2020 1:15 pm
How about one of these, then?
https://moteefe.com/en-chicken?color=bl ... -s-t-shirt

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Brilliant!
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:-)08 :-)08 :-)08 Can we have it on face masks as well.
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Upper middle class - despite choosing Tesco and my parents having an oldish car each when I was young :lol:
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There you go, Bigyetiman, just for you

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