Are you a classy model or photographer...find out here!

Are you a classy model or photographer...find out here!

29 posts
4 April 2013
skymouse
Photographer
skymouse
It seems like pointless twaddle to me.

Apart from affirming the obvious fact that the population includes a few very privileged people as well as a some underprivileged people and a bunch more in between, it doesn't give us any new tools to increase our understanding or improve society.

Whoever was responsible for the study deserve to become part of the Elite — by way of an Ignoble Prize.
Posted 4 April 2013
Edited by skymouse 4 April 2013
Holmax
Photographer
Holmax
I'm elite according to the test. I own my own home, have a bit of cash stashed away and most of my friends are solicitors, teachers, nurses, police etc. The daft thing is I'm a joiner by trade, I hate posh accents and drink left over gravy off my plate. I'm confused
Posted 4 April 2013
mph
Photographer
mph
Eyepi

Everyone knows that the true test of class is whether or not you get out of the bath to have a wee.


in the handbasin
Posted 4 April 2013
anthonyh
Photographer
anthonyh
mph

in the handbasin


That's not fair.....it gives an immediate class advantage to women......surprise
Posted 4 April 2013
2RRF
Photographer
2RRF
That's always been the problem with this country. The class system. We should take a leaf out of the Aussies book!

Posted 4 April 2013
skymouse
Photographer
skymouse
On a peripheral note — has anyone in modern times ever actually desired to be identified as middle class?

Posted 5 April 2013
jivago
Photographer
jivago
mph

I have never read so much crap in my life. I am (obviously ) Elite myself - but would at most have described myself as middle class under the old system.


I don't know if I agree? - I Just filled the questionnaire in as you - And you came out as 'Precarious tw*t' - But I did not have my reading specs on  



Posted 5 April 2013
mph
Photographer
mph
jivago
I don't know if I agree? - I Just filled the questionnaire in as you - And you came out as 'Precarious tw*t' - But I did not have my reading specs on  
That's fine Dr - just confirms your stupidity.
Posted 6 April 2013
I came up as established middle class - feeling a little pleased - saying that it is quite right we easy afford our bills each month and have a fair bit left over although you always need more!! I would like more savings though - next goal maybe?
Posted 6 April 2013
Edited by Hazel_Ashton 6 April 2013
LadylikeMedia
Photographer
LadylikeMedia
Hazel_Ashton

I came up as established middle class - feeling a little pleased - saying that it is quite right we easy afford our bills each month and have a fair bit left over although you always need more!! I would like more savings though - next goal maybe?


Same here - need to get on the savings and buying a house clearly

I would say middle class is about right for how we live, though the average ages on the thing is a little strange, the average age on all class groups seems to be quite high, what are all the other young folks doing?
Posted 6 April 2013
I am precariat. Since neither the spellchecker or I knew that this was a word they may be correct. Apparently knowing artists, engineers, scientists and college lecturers socially puts you in the precariat. I think on this they are only interested in income and whether you own your house. But I know that I am at the top of the pile as I shoot with the best camera that has ever been made the Pentax.
Posted 6 April 2013
I would of done pretty much OK except i rent my house and that seems to be a huge no-no even though i have a lovely big house the social thing is stupid, i have tonnes of friends and family from different levels my family consisted of truck drivers, construction workers and scientist my friends range from the unemployed and lazy stoner (i dont agree with there life but hey there nice people) to research scientists and accountants over the last few years ive made friends with quite a few artist too I love museums and theater (was there just yesterday) just as much as rock concerts and facebook i have no idea how they work this out lol
Posted 6 April 2013
Edited by RattusRock 6 April 2013
LadylikeMedia

Same here - need to get on the savings and buying a house clearly

I would say middle class is about right for how we live, though the average ages on the thing is a little strange, the average age on all class groups seems to be quite high, what are all the other young folks doing?


We've got the house but we now need to start working on it!! frown. I know I thought the averages ages were incredibly high 
Posted 6 April 2013
Chandos
Photographer
Chandos
For me apparently the different between traditional working class and new affluent workers is do I use facebook or twitter. I use neither but join many other online activities.

Posted 6 April 2013
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