Would you want to date such people?
I personally perceive themselves to not only be really silly and careless about their future, but also rather arrogant with a false sense of self-worth and pride. I don't think I'd be compatible with such people. What about yourself?
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I am not quite sure what "acting posh" means, but I dress very well, I like expensive things, and I've been told I'm stuck up, arrogant, and materialistic. I'd guess that I probably fit in this category to some degree or another. I don't live paycheck to paycheck. I have more money than many people, but I wouldn't call myself rich. (Correction - my parents have more money than many people. My parents still support most of my life. But I do save my own money as well.) I'm definitely not stupid. I haven't necessarily noticed this as more the case with so called "posh" people than any other group. I've encountered an abundance of stupid, ignorant, low class, financially unstable and irresponsible people who can't dress for shit and act what would be the exact opposite of "posh".
I do prefer people who may be considered posh. I'm a tad bit classist/elitist I suppose. I find that people who come from good families (financially successful, stable families) are often much more pleasant to be around, more visually appealing (dress better, elegance, refinement, often more attractive), are far more educated about the world and have had more access to other cultural experiences because they have the money to travel. Also, I think there's less of a hunger and drive for money when you're born with it. I notice lower class people who want to belong in higher class circles often seem desperate to get there. The rest of us just kind of belong by default.
But I'm open to different types of people. I definitely couldn't date someone who is turned off by my lifestyle or "posh" ways. If thats a problem for you, then find someone else. You won't connect with everyone, its natural to prefer certain values and lifestyles in people. Welcome to planet earth, enjoy your stay.2