9 Signs You're Becoming a Snob
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By Naomi Jaul
Hey, who doesn't enjoy the finer things in life and like things done a very particular way? That's just "taste"—or is it? Find out if you're veering into snob territory with our guide.
Small Talk2 of 9
You start dinner party conversations with, I just read a fascinating article in The New Yorker…"
What's Brewing?3 of 9
You'd rather hang out with Snooki than set foot in a Starbucks—you only drink doppio macchiatos, thank you very much.
Film Studies4 of 9
You avoid blockbuster movies at all costs. Art-house, foreign flicks are your pick, and you discuss them using words like mise en scène, trope, ennui and quixotic.
Flower Power5 of 9
Your partner knows never, ever to buy you gerberas. Cheap filler flowers do not a romantic gesture make.
Bottle Service6 of 9
Before you order a wine, you ask about its vintage and then comment on whether or not it was a good year.
Market Watch7 of 9
You feel secretly smug as you compare your healthy, high-end groceries to someone else's food at the checkout. Ugh, you'd never eat all that processed, frozen food.
Foreign Affairs8 of 9
You insist on pronouncing pho, croissant, dolmade and bruschetta the correct way, at all times.
Clothes Call9 of 9
You have no problem spending $80 on a plain white tee or tank. After all, the quality is so much higher than the $10 version from Target, right?
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