Worn red trousersWorn a BarbourWorn tweed non ironicallyAttended private schoolAttended boarding schoolGone horse ridingOwned a gun dogGone shootingGone huntingLearned to fenceHad a cleanerHad a nannyUsed an AgaOwned a signet ringHad a family crestHad paintings of your familyHad a building named after your familyHad a famous relativeHad a London residenceOwned a country houseHad a house in FranceGone to the racesGone sailingWatched PoloGone skiingGone to the operaRead The Daily TelegraphDrunk portEaten gameDone cocaineWorn tasseled loafersWorn Dubarry bootsWorn boat shoesOwned a boatDriven a Range RoverMet a royalBeen in a royal boxRead TatlerBeen in bystanderHad a double barrel nameWorn white tieGone to a ballHad a posh nicknameVoted ToryNot had to work for money
How Stereotypically Posh British Are You?
You're not very posh. You might have seen an Aga before but you're fairly sure they're not the most efficient way to cook. You might have a gun dog, but this is purely a coincidence. You probably wore boat shoes for that one summer where they were inexplicably fashionable for normal people.
You're a little bit posh. You've probably owned a Barbour (even if it was fake) and might have been to see at least one posh sporting event. You may have ridden a horse a few times but you prefer dogs anyway.
You're pretty damn posh. You're pretty familiar with the rules of polo and have used Tatler to look for potential romantic interests. You wear tweed non ironically and certainly have a silly posh nickname.
You're extremely posh. You make the queen herself look common. You've probably been featured in the pages of Tatler and you certainly have a family crest. You wouldn't be seen dead wearing a pair of colourful Hunter wellies (common) to walk your gun dog (a pointer called Jasper).