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General Chat Thread, What Class Are You? in General; Last night on One Show they had a discussion regarding the British "Class" system. I personally, would consider myself middle ...
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    What Class Are You?

    Last night on One Show they had a discussion regarding the British "Class" system.
    I personally, would consider myself middle class; I’m not rich but have a comfortable life.

    There is a BBC survey on this - https://www.bbc.co.uk/labuk/experiments/class/

    Don't fully understand the output I got - http://yfrog.com/h2jl4jp -

    YouTube - John Cleese, Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett: Class.

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    sorry to busy watching alex jones to take notice of any content......

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    Your results
    You scored 34/100 for economic capital.
    Your financial resources are about the same as the average person in the UK. Find out more below.
    You scored 70/100 for social capital.
    Your social network is wider than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.
    You scored 40/100 for cultural capital.
    Your range of cultural interests is about the same as the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

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    I'm still waiting for John Major's classless society he promised.

    BBC NEWS | UK | UK Politics | First 100 days: John Major

    Yet another Tory full of horse manure and idea like Calamity Cameron's big society.

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    Scored 30/100 for cultural and was labeled a "Cultural Chav" on twitter :/ Never been a chav before!

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    Apparently I'm mr average; 50/100 70/100 50/100 were the scores, and i scored average/above average for everything.

    Apparently living in a terraced ex council house in a ghost town with less than £30k household income (after tax) and £3k of savings is above average! Says a lot about our economy that the majority are lower in the economic scale than I am....

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    You scored 50/100 for economic capital.

    Your financial resources are about the same as the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 60/100 for social capital.

    Your social network is about the same as the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 20/100 for cultural capital.

    Your range of cultural interests is narrower than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

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    I saw this and was all prepared to say "I'm a night elf mohawk"

    Then I realised it was about social status and not mmo character development.

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    My results

    You scored 61/100 for economic capital.
    Your financial resources are about the same as the average person in the UK (who have taken the test).

    You scored 60/100 for social capital.

    Your social network is about the same as the average person in the UK (who have taken the test).

    You scored 100/100 for cultural capital.

    Your range of cultural interests is broader than 90% of the people in the UK (who have taken the test).

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    79, 50, 70 for me - gosh we're so well to do...in our terraced house.

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    You scored 90/100 for economic capital.

    You scored 70/100 for social capital.

    You scored 100/100 for cultural capital.


    Ohhh...I rock
    Last edited by witch; 26th January 2011 at 12:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Ohhh...I rock
    you scored 0/100 for modesty

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    YOUR RESULTS

    You scored 34/100 for economic capital

    Your financial resources are about the same as the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 70/100 for social capital

    Your social network is wider than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 60/100 for cultural capital

    Your range of cultural interests is about the same as the average person in the UK. Find out more below.
    Yea thanks for that, I can now walk round in society with my head held high!

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    Me, I'm from the gutter I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    You scored 90/100 for economic capital.

    Your financial resources are higher than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 70/100 for social capital.

    Your social network is wider than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 100/100 for cultural capital.

    Your range of cultural interests is broader than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    Ohhh...I rock
    This triplet is obviously the more anti-social one!

    You scored 97/100 for economic capital.

    Your financial resources are higher than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 30/100 for social capital.

    Your social network is narrower than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

    You scored 100/100 for cultural capital.

    Your range of cultural interests is broader than the average person in the UK. Find out more below.

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