Being poor automatically means you’re rude.
After all, that is how manners and behaviors work, right? I mean rich people have the best of manners whenever I have met them. They are not at all the ones looking down upon people and thinking they are better than them. Now don’t get me wrong, I am not generalizing people.
Some people are a**holes while some are complete sweethearts. There is no correlation to being poor or rich. However, This Twitter user seems to think otherwise. In her exact words, she said that “broke people are usually very low class, have extremely bad manners, have zero etiquettes and no class at all whatsoever.”
She sure does sound like a great person. And did I mention she has a website dedicated to positivity? Irony at its best. Scroll on below and take a look at what she had to say.
She is apparently a self-proclaimed ‘blue collar millionaire’.
And this is how her story starts.
Maybe they forgot to bring it back?
But they wanted the cake?
That sounds reasonable to me, but what do I know?
Hershey kisses don’t really scream ‘gourmet’ to me.
And yet you’re still p*ssed about it?
If you don’t care about a $10 Tupperware, why bring it up?
I don’t think anybody cares about the damn cupcakes.
Nice, couldn’t handle the ‘positivity.’
I get it now; she did this so other people would read her website and pay for her scam.
As you can imagine, Twitter has a lot to say about this.
A blue-collar millionaire.
Sounds like a great lady.
Ever thought of that?
I’m not entirely sure she is telling the whole truth about that.
Oh, the irony.
Maybe she should have googled it.
Positivity can change anyone.
On brand indeed.
A perfect example if I say so myself.
Your thoughts on this wealthy and classy person? Comment them down below and let us know.