Discussion in 'SMB' started by Franzo, Jan 9, 2012.
Does it still exists,if so...who is "working class" nowadays ?
Harder to define these days but as a guide I would suggest anyone with a tattoo is working class.
Me, I have tattoos
and its only a few weeks since we had a similar thread.
I got tattoos because I'm working class.
Sorry mate...'We won't get fooled again " ehh....
What if they have never worked?
Ah you see his posts don't actually mean anything marra, he's just a twat.
Self proclaimed working class I reckon....btw..I like your avatar...Edvard Munch.
What's your definition of working class? If it's the traditional definition of blue collar job + rented housing then probably very few on here.
I started out as working class, but have been stealthily moving upwards through the social strata.
The use of the word 'strata' is unique to the higher clarses.
Working in a factory etc., shite job, living in a community that still had a sense of 'we are all the same in this shite "', underestimated values...etc.etc...and utterly ignored by history...
I would say that I am at least upper class, bordering on aristocracy.
Working class here 100%
I'm a baker in a supermarket, live in a rented house, have a wife and 2 kids, get by nicely each month without being 'rich, have 2 tattoos, you tell me. I guess I'm working class but neither know for certain or care...
It's hard for many to say as there is no real definition and circumstances have changed a lot since class was an integral part of society. I think these days your class, if there is such a thing, seems to be defined by the perception of others, and can vary.
I think it's odd that there are still some people who define themselves by their class.
I've got the Sunderland 73 team tattooed on my penis so that makes me working class
Separate names with a comma.