There's nothing wrong with either, but long-term relationships do require that the participants either enjoy the same things or can respect their differences. I don't really feel comfortable with people from my social class, either as I grew up with (white trash) or currently (yuppie white collar).
'Course, it could be that I'm just not comfortable with anyone, but my preference would be to date some semi-hippie chick who likes to read (a lot) but isn't necessarially all that formally educated.
He is from a wealthy family and you come from the other side of the tracks.
Although it was unlikely the two of you would end up dating, sparks flew and the rest is history.
I’ve met several, but spending more than five minutes discussing Arsenal’s prospects makes me faint with boredom.
I once dated a Marquis who was paralysed with horror when water began to pour through the ceiling of his dilapidated country house. He was the life and soul, could party until 4am, then get up early with no ill-effects.
There was a whiff of danger about him that I found intoxicating.
It’s a self-reinforcing story; we don’t accept the idea that someone who looks like Lena Dunham could score with a guy who looks like Patrick Wilson because we never see it in the media.
We never see it in the media because nobody accepts the idea that it could happen and so like an oroborous with an eating disorder, the cycle perpetuates itself.