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How Posh Are You Actually?
You're not very posh. You hate pretentious people and can think of nothing worse than struggling to use a fish knife at dinner. Good for you; you're comfortable with who you are, and that's the most important thing.
You're pretty posh. You know which cutlery to use at the dinner table, and you wouldn't dream of letting your guests sleep on the sofa. But you're still pretty grounded too. You've got the best of both worlds. Go you!
You're pretty posh. You don't know how to use a microwave and you prefer to spend weekends at your country house. But you're not ridiculous. Owning too many of these items would seem a little vulgar, no?
You're so posh. You don't just appear on The Tatler List, you're in The Rich List too. Your wardrobe is filled with red jeans, tweed blazers, and gilets. But why are you still reading this? Don't you have a regatta to get to?