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I'd say it's probably because a lot less is expected of them. For example, if I wasn't pressured as a child to do well in school, I would have dropped out before I even made it to Secondary.

Another part of it is that some lower-class people lose all hope of ever being anything but, and resort to narcotics, alcohol abuse, etc. to feel better about their meager lot in life.

Casual marriage/divorce, from what I've seen, is almost exclusively an upper class establishment, so I'm not sure it belongs on a list of lower class behaviours.

Posted:2/2/2008
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Craig McLennan, Duncan, NA, Canada , 21 , Male , Atheist , White/Caucasian , Bisexual , Student/sales associate , High School Diploma , Middle class
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