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wow thsts not my definition at all
'quite' when they agree with you
and spend it on tweed jackets and horses
like renting a furnished flat?
these days it's probably "anyone without a flat screen tv".
oh yeah good point. i think zapstas dad is a taxi driver
"Olivia Ash-Ranger wrote: “Newcastle had milking, Durham had porting. Welcome to St Andrews: We have Champagning...”
St Andrews Student Association president Freddie Fforde insisted the university did not deserve its image as a haven for privileged idiots."
growing up, 'posh' would have been anyone more affluent than you were. also we tend to associate posh with not just members of ruling, upper and middle classes but specific areas and places.
Remember there were these streets that were "posh" near where I grew up aged 0-12. Was there not too long ago recently, and realised that, whilst the houses were a tad bigger, the people who lived there were probably in the same income bracket as everyone else.
don't have to look in their cupboards for long out of date cans or fetch change from their coin jar to be able to afford the bus to work
check out Mr High Rollin decent tea tuesdays over here
fee paying school; gillet; skiing holidays; golf; owns an Aga; pays more than £10 for wellies.
True story, my wellies cost a hundred quid. That was not through choice :( They are damn good wellies though...
Actually, forget I said that, Gillet's aren't posh. I just remembered Tim Sherwood.
anywya the real answer is RED TROUSERS
entitled a uni grant but only a small one
been on a few nice holidays but everything at home is scruffy and broken
that kind of thing
I once knew someone who had two rooms on the top floor of his house that were just for keeping chickens in.
and i'm fairly emotionally thick
too many threads about posh people on here at the minute