Denise Turner a 23 year old MBA student, studying on the first year of her course, has admitted that far from acting as a regular ABC1 citizen she may have unwittingly displayed behaviour which could categorise her as a C2 or even worse a D.
"It was only when the marketing lecture on socio-economic groupings finished that I realised that recording Corrie and buying pasties from Greggs was behaviour expected of blue-collar C2 workers. I am disgusted with myself and have now bought an iPad thanks to a cracking 79% APR deal at Brighthouse and have started listening to Radio 3, even though it's shite and not as good as Jeremy Kyle or X-Factor."
"Fortunately I'm not old enough to be an E, but I want to make sure I dodge the potential for D and C2 classification. On my way home I asked the guy at KFC if he had any guacamole to put on my chicken burger but he responded by asking me if I meant mushy peas, before embarking on a virtuoso performance of Vivaldi on his viola, or was it a banjo? It's so confusing, but anyway it's the instrument that the drunk outside the Poundshop in Skelmersdale plays so wonderfully and after leaving Wetherspoons on a Friday night I always let him have one of my chips dipped in curry to signify my satisfaction with his rendition. After all we ABC1s all love the performing arts."