First-year MBA marketing student Denise Turner has admitted that instead of acting like a regular ABC1 citizen, she may have unwittingly displayed behaviour which could categorise her as a C2, or even a D.
“It was only when the marketing lecture on socio-economic groupings finished that I realised that recording Corrie and buying sausage and bean melts from Greggs was behaviour expected of blue-collar C2 workers. I really looked down my nose at myself. But I’m determined to raise my game, this morning I had croissants while I listened to Radio 3, even though it’s shite compared to Chris Moyles.”
Turner was pleased to learn she’s too young to be given an E categorization, but she is determined to stay above a C2. “Next time I’m in Greggs I’m going to buy a chicken and mango bloomer, and I now watch Strictly Come Dancing instead of X-factor. We ABC1s really love the performing arts.”