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Social Class Starts At Home, Sorry Charity

844 words - 4 pages

People judge others and their success based on the location of his or her house, size of the house, and the interior furnishings of the house, and this is important to know when purchasing a house.
Covert actions always seem to bring in more attention than something that is announced. Consequently, secluded home locations will make someone more valuable or important. This stipulation relies on the value of the house, but for the most part it is true. There is something about being tough to visit that makes a secluded home the perfect selection for the wealthy. Even when asking out that girl, the one that makes her hard to get, always exalts herself above all other choices. Then there are the choices that reside amongst the multitude. In past centuries, cities were always the home of the wealthy. Although the same is true present day, the majorities who live in cities today are often of the lowest class. Small rooms stacked upon one another where the entire family lives on the same block is much easier and quicker to construct than houses that are spread apart one another. Thus, lowering the price, and standard, of living in cities. Making this the ideal choice for the poor and undecided. Right in the middle of the other two choices is suburban living. Based on the fact that they are secluded to the city, but not to each other, they do not attract the rich. The relative build-quality of these homes makes it unaffordable to the poor. Here are where much of the middle class live. These choices are valuable to the person in search of purchasing a home; this also denotes the social class of many.
The bigger, the better, as the saying goes. And a large, often unnecessarily large home, shouts, “I’m rich” better than any other choice. Excessive wads of cash make the human mind search for ways of spending it. And what better way than splashing that cash on a six-bedroom, four-bathroom home complete with a recording studio, basketball court, and an entire ocean? A sane person would never opt for such a thing, but we all know money drives us crazy, therefore all rich people are nuts. For the rest of the human population with common sense and relatively empty pockets there is the choice of an adequately sized home. A home in which every room serves a useful purpose, is the home for the middle class. A home in which every room serves more than four necessary purposes is the...

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