Let's be honest. come on.
Do you feel guilty, even if it's just a little bit, you're not alone because research proves that the editor of Gustav Temple is right: "We're all snobs now.
In some ways, society has not moved on since John Cors looked down on the two prodigal men when he satirized the British class system in 1966.
It's just a change.
Snobbish is no longer the privilege of the nobility, but we are all working hard.
It used to be about social climbing, and now it's about integration and belonging to a tribe.
Most of us agree that snobbish is still there, it just shows up in a different way.
We always do this.
Capitalism still dictates how we create an identity, but it's not about the class we're integrated into, it's about belonging to a tribe through what we buy, who we spend our time, what do we do to entertain.
Nathan Bartlett, ICM's research director, said: "It looks like snobbish is now more about personal demeanor and form-they look and wear the opposite of what they do and where they choose to shop.
In almost all cases, it is felt that they are judged more by the younger age group, and they must meet the standards of society for them.
The skin of the elderly is much more comfortable.
We are also obsessed with class despite claims that it does not exist.
According to a BBC survey earlier this year, we are now integrated into seven social classes.
The new models range from wealthy elites to "unstable ones ".
French sociologist Pierre Boudieu examines the relationship between taste and class in his 1979 book La distintion.
He suggested that wealth and (good)
The taste goes together sometimes, but the money doesn't always buy your style.
Lecturer Dr Ruth Adams said the football players proved his point because no one thought they were elegant.
She believes that the middle class is shrinking, but a well-educated person is more likely to do "culture and lifestyle" on the budget, which may not be the experience of many working classes.
The traditional middle class also prefers to treat itself as a working class because they do not want to be seen as part of the oppression of the ruling class.
We are more willing to align with losers than to celebrate those who excel and succeed, which leads to an opposite snob.
There is also an ugly "c" word that describes a poor-dressed working class engaged in-
The concept of chav shows that we are a snobbish country, Dr. Adams said.
"I don't think anyone is snobbish about something.
TV during the day has a huge snob feeling and you shouldn't watch it unless you're old or rough.
Newspapers that people read are a convenient way to integrate them into society, and new money gives people a chance to snob.
It dates back to the Industrial Revolution when the nobles were always suspicious of the new currency.
Accent, books, fashion, background-even if a person is an unconscious idea, there are many ways to make a quick judgment on him.
When writing, try to ignore the snob of the book, but say too much reading.
People who feel sad about reading will stop reading, he said.
I also think snobbish can damage creativity by limiting it.
There is a kind of book system-literary novels and commercial "airport" novels, but Shakespeare never has these false differences.
He writes for everyone, from the bottom to the royal family.
I believe that writing is inclusive and intelligent.
The Chap magazine has a manifesto about how chaps should behave themselves, but its editors are keen to point out that most of them are joking.
When I met him in this article, Temple was wearing high heels
Vintage fishtail trousers, straps, Vintage jackets,
A pair of brown waistcoats, a knitted silk tie and a brown soft hat with a black strap.
He insisted that it would take him only 15 minutes to get dressed.
In the past, he said, it was just the trendy snobs, and now you get builders with a higher salary than the average.
"We don't take this matter seriously.
It's about the snobbish of fun and opposition, take it to the extreme and make fun of it.
"We are not from the upper class.
We are ordinary men and women who are ironic and have lasting feelings for a sense of neat fashion, but we are with others.
Temple believes that what we have in Britain is a disguised snob hidden in political correctness.
'I think we're best at pretending to be snobbish,' he said. 'In France and Spain, people insult people if they think they're not as good as others.
We are known for the stiffness of the above lips, we just buried it in the PC, but it is really still there.
Traveling around the world teaches people the basic way to be polite.
He hates tattoos, which can make a person's arm look like a wall in a public toilet, but he emphasizes that it will not be "demeaning" to anyone who displays body art ".
'I speak, walk, and act like me,' he said. 'I think people think I'm a snob.
"I'm used to it because my skin is thick so it's not a problem.
I think everyone is snobbish in their hearts, no matter what they say.
The social class has nothing to do with money, but mentality, attitude and habits.
I always tell people that if you can't get the knife and fork, it doesn't make sense to worry about what to do with artichokes and oysters.
I may be in my class.