rich people

The price of lobster used to be dirt-cheap because they were so plentiful. In fact, it became known as the "poor man's protein" among European settlers and it was often fed to the imprisoned and the enslaved.

But times have changed – lobster is pricey and considered a high-end meal. If you've ever heard someone complain about poor people on welfare who are enjoying a nice meal once in a while, you might want to educate them.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor Seraphina_Renaldi asked the online community,

"What is classy if you’re rich, but trashy if you’re poor?"
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People Break Down Which Hobbies Scream 'That Person Grew Up Seriously Rich'
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People give off cues as to their economic background all the time. The clothes they wear, the car they drive, how they spend leisure time; all of these things are serious clues into how much income a person has swirling around at any given time.

As such, when we see these people doing these things, we immediately get some information about them, which leads to assumptions.

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People Explain Which Ridiculous Features They'd Install In Their House If They Had Unlimited Funds
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It's time for rich people games!

You know what I mean - that thing we all do where we daydream about what shenanigans we would get into if we had unlimited funds? This time, we're focusing on our homes... which seems extra poignant considering the housing crisis thousands of people are facing.

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Life is a mere summation of your experiences; what you've seen and what you've done. Obviously, your mileage may vary, as people living in different parts of the world. or going through different upbringings, have a difference of opinion on certain matters. For example: Walking out onto a private beach with personal showers would definitely give you a different mindset about how public beaches are run and operated

Not everyone is rich, and if you grew up in the upper-middle-class to the wealthy class, then it probably showed without you even realizing it.

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Money doesn't mean anything when it comes to measuring class, dignity and humanity. Those lessons seem to be lost on many wealthy degenerates. Showing off your wealth to a point that is extreme only exposes one's lack of self-esteem and taste. Nobody begrudges you for having it but there is no need to belittle everyone else with your (lucky) good fortune.

Redditor u/hughesyy94 wanted to hear how the other half is living a little too loud by wondering.... What are some of the trashiest ways you have seen people show off their wealth?

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