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Well, well,  well. What have we here?

Last time  I opened my beak to utter a few euphonious english sentences to a bunch of nice people gathered at some function,  a very tall, unusually good looking human being stood up and commented  I speak like the British Royalty.  I am not quite certain what this cute person meant!  Before I could say anything the person started kowtowing execessively in my direction as I walked past him, when I turned back to look again if I was still being kowtowed at,  I was quite impressed to observe that this person proceeded to lick the very ground I had just walked on, a few seconds earlier.  So, I am still wondering if anyone can throw some light on this situation and tell me which class I belong to.   I have two PhDs in "How to Deal with hoity-toity, la-di-da sounding fancypants of the world"  plus one MSc in "The Principles of dysfunctional kooky spooky pinheads" too  .  I also have few more (additional) educational qualifications but the forum is not capacious enough for them.

 

 

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2 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

Well, well,  well. What have we here?

Last time  I opened my beak to utter a few euphonious english (no capitalisation) sentences to a bunch of nice people gathered at some function,  a very tall, unusually good looking human being stood up and commented  I speak like the British Royalty (misuse of capitalisation).  I am not quite certain what this cute person meant!  Before I could say anything the person started kowtowing execessively (spelling mistake) in my direction as I walked past him, when I turned back to look again if I was still being kowtowed at,  I was quite impressed to observe that this person proceeded to lick the very ground I had just walked on, a few seconds earlier.  So, I am still wondering if anyone can throw some light on this situation and tell me which class I belong to.   I have two PhDs in "How to Deal with hoity-toity, la-di-da sounding fancypants of the world"  plus one MSc in "The Principles of dysfunctional kooky spooky pinheads" too  .  I also have few more (additional) educational qualifications but the forum is not capacious enough for them.

 

 

It's a shame you didn't learn how to write in English during your two Phds and your MSc.

Keep trying son. With kirpa you'll get there one day. 

Regarding the question of which class you belong to: In Panjabi I think it's called the 'fudhu bundha class'. I hope that's clarified for you now - and there's no need to thank me for it. It's my pleasure. 

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16 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

Well, well,  well. What have we here?

Last time  I opened my beak to utter a few euphonious english sentences to a bunch of nice people gathered at some function,  a very tall, unusually good looking human being stood up and commented  I speak like the British Royalty.  I am not quite certain what this cute person meant!  Before I could say anything the person started kowtowing execessively in my direction as I walked past him, when I turned back to look again if I was still being kowtowed at,  I was quite impressed to observe that this person proceeded to lick the very ground I had just walked on, a few seconds earlier.  So, I am still wondering if anyone can throw some light on this situation and tell me which class I belong to.   I have two PhDs in "How to Deal with hoity-toity, la-di-da sounding fancypants of the world"  plus one MSc in "The Principles of dysfunctional kooky spooky pinheads" too  .  I also have few more (additional) educational qualifications but the forum is not capacious enough for them.

 

 

What a screama! You lucky b*st***, good onya mate.

 

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On 11/22/2019 at 12:58 PM, Big_Tera said:

I have always thought of myself as middle class. They way I talk is like a typical Oxford graduate or close to it. I also tend to spend more time with other so called 'middle class asians'

 

21 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

Last time  I opened my beak to utter a few euphonious english sentences to a bunch of nice people gathered at some function,  a very tall, unusually good looking human being stood up and commented  I speak like the British Royalty.  

 

 

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Who cares? Class only applies in the UK much if you have fully integrated (married /breeded ) with the indigenous 

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