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me? im in a buy-to-let house, young and i like INTERNET
Young working people living in metropolitan terraces from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds
Successful city dwellers owning or renting expensive flats in trendy inner urban locations.
Wow, I in no way match the demographic of my area :D
thanks for that
mine is quite accurate, although im most likely to be named 'Rafal'. im not.
"People from diverse ethnic backgrounds surviving in low standard flats mostly rented from inner London councils"
From the photo they've provided it looks like I live on a sofa in the car park of a housing estate.
"Well-educated young singles paying high rents to live in smart inner city apartments"
err, my rent's £300 a month.
its fairly spot on actually
Have they seen Uxbridge Road?
well paid professional couples, often with children, choosing to live in diverse urban areas rather than the suburbs
I've been sick in my mouth!
Type O66: University Fringe A mix of students living alongside graduates who are starting out on careers whilst still enjoying the city student lifestyle
is my phrase of the day
I like the idea that I'm just starting on my career and enjoying the City student lifestyle.
I'm off on one of those Carnage pub crawls tonight.
"Low income elders in council bungalows and semis suited to their declining mobility, surviving on modest pensions"
Middle income married couples owning unpretentious semi-detached housing.
White collar and technical workers
Comfortable and unambitious
Paid off mortgages
Comfortable with technology
Very cautious borrowers
Loyal to large brands
Read: I live with my mother. Not that much of that applies to her. But, I think the general message is "boring", which I'll take.
except I am the mother
I wish we had paid off our mortgage, only 34 years to go :(
Pillars of local society who are chiefly recent retirees in low density estates on town fringes
Old people and bungalows basically
First to Move InPeople living in the most recently built, brand new housing.
Accurate ish i guess. I live in a new build i rent off of my parents
Flat-dwellers from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds, renting mostly from the council in large purpose built blocks.
Me and my flatmates are a wide range of ethnic backgrounds...from Milton Keynes to Norwich to Ipswich...
I am poor and use public transport though.
To clarify, we're all white brits as well.
Type A02: Voices of Authority
Influential thought leaders in comfortable and spacious city homes
im trying to get DiS and truelad built into there.
but i know perezhilton and ikea were amongst them
www.nasza-klaza.pl pops up a lot, although it seems to be a fake polish site
I USE HOTMAIL.COM
SUCK IT MOSAIC UK!
Young people living in metropolitan terraces from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds.
Photos: tube station, smiling black man and woman, geeky white man with a coffee cup, dictionary definition of education.
It's spot on (the geeky white man is me).
"Successful city dwellers owning or renting expensive flats in trendy inner urban locations". Well, "city dweller renting expensive flat in urban location", maybe.
Out of curiosity, I put in a postcode just down the road, and it came up as "Bright Young Things: well-educated young singles paying high rents to live in smart inner-city apartments". Here's one of the buildings that postcode belongs to: http://is.gd/dOzal
Older couples whose children have flown the nest working in low-skilled occupations and living in ex-council housing. My top 5 websites are Bebo, Photobucket, the Job Centre, Littlewoods and Ladbrokes.
The place I've just moved out of was O64: Bright Young Things, which was "well-educated young singles paying high rents to live in smart inner city apartments". My top 5 sites were BBC News, Gmail, Twitter, Flickr and Blogger.
I'm now really depressed.
Young, well paid, mostly single professionals, who have chosen flats suitable for commuting to urban jobs.
"Wealthy and ambitious high flyers living in the very best urban flats"
Remember that next time you see me queueing at the local bus stop.
I am type E23: ‘Elders, generally single, who have downsized to flats more suited to their income and capabilities’
Young egotist with salary to match inflated sense of self-worth.
Not really true. I like the images, though. A TV! Online banking! Hello, it's the pizza delivery man! Let's download something using a non-standard keyboard! Maybe later we could watch a DVD or do something concerning a train!
Middle aged people renting or owning in council areas, many of whom are over-stretched with debt
Type N60: Global Fusion
Young working people living in metropolitan terraces from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds.
Probably because I bought an ex-council house. Only the stressed bit is true.
"Successful city dwellers owning or renting expensive flats in trendy inner urban locations."
Income topped up with benefits
Influenced by advertising
Shop for convenience
Low status areas
erm, alright then :/
The 'Family Tree' bit reckons that's one step away from 'Urban Cool'. And then it's either 'Global Power Brokers' or 'Crash Pad Professionals'.
So a top role in government or a spot on Location Location with Kirsty & Phil must be just around the corner.
according to The Times.
Blue collar jobs
Drive to shops
Value for money
DRIVE TO SHOPS.
That's my old address, I don't know my new one.
Which is a shame because it's all a load of crap :)
at 'home' home, I am
Type D18: Hardworking Families
Married couples approaching retirement age, in not especially fashionable small town locations.
Industrious empty nesters
Mix of occupations
Commercial and industrial
Face to face contact
That's about right.
although I can't actually live there for very long anymore without feeling cut off from civilisation. It's cus I'm a cool university fringer, clearly.
-1000000 indie points. Or am I the rose that grew from concrete?
I don't actually think that's the right saying.
it's all bollocks, clearly the indiest place ever.
It's like the DiS Clarefontaine.
I think only a couple in this street are rented actually..
They look like typical new builds- it's mostly young-ish people round here with a few families.
the look of the house in the pic is very similar to the ones to the left of us
Did all your neighbours look like this:
-low quality flats
-low car ownership
-pubs and clubs
HAHA that pretty much sums up margate!
It's all scarily accurate.