I'm in college, and I'm painfully aware of the social status we have here. Basically, certain "top" frats and certain "top" sororities are socially the highest and they mingle with each other exclusively (They're pretty rich and party a lot...kinda catty lol). But all the hot girls in in the "top sorotities"!
I'm just an independent and no one really knows me. I only have a couple of friends. Also I'm wealthy, but not as much as some of the "top" people. Does social status really play an important role?
Have you ever had to deal with stuff like this? I can't believe college is still sorta like high school...
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some people have a high school mentality even when they are in adult body form---
i found it to be annoying
i think its because my friends are usually older, my mentality is more mature.
social status should not matter if idealistically the individual is humanistic and understands the important aspects of a relationship are not fully dependent on monetary gain.
i know my fiance isn't the richest guy out there
neither do I care that he is
he has a lot of character, integrity and I can see him as a good father to our children, he's loving and has a job of course. love him a lot for who he is, not his social status
i honestly avoided 'rich' people because I work hard for what I have, and some are born with a silver spoon. got my teaching job via hard work, not caring what high school minded people do...so. do I care? no. did I care about that type of stigmatism? no. if you want a partner who thinks it is important, than it will be. obviously I never wanted a partner who was internally and infinitely shallow, so I didn't care for those who thought social status meant 'anything'. to me, it means nothing.0