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Unread 03-15-2012, 08:16 PM
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It wouldn't bother me at all. One of my friends is prett damn rich and successful. I'm not envious and in fairness, he is completely humble and down to earth and has never rubbed it in my face. So yes, of course it can work, but not if you are a naturally envious person.
How do you know your friend is rich?
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Unread 03-15-2012, 08:25 PM
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Rarely. I went to 2 different Catholic high schools. The first one was a stuffy "prep school" and I then, not so easily, got my wish to transfer to a run-of-the-mill archdiocesan one. Kids are really able to smell out socioeconomic status very quickly. At the first school, the "ultra rich" hung out with the "ultra rich," and on down. Economically similar people banded together, even the kids who were poor and had scholarships. My second school was thankfully not as diverse...it really only spanned from upper middle class to lower middle class, and there was some "layering," though not as much.

As you get into the world of work, the income disparity causes more of a rift, because people can't spend at the same level. I doubt the doctor hangs around the high school industrial arts teacher, unless they were really, really good friends as kids.
There are poor doctors and rich teachers though.
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Unread 03-15-2012, 09:21 PM
 
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I am an executive at a Fortune 500 company and my best friend is a truck driver. We golf and I always pick the less expensive tracks. Still 18 holes and 4 hours together. Try to low key some of my travel etc. Just two guys that share a few beers together. He is a couple of years younger than me and I put him in my will for $25,000. It will come as a complete shock to him but he'll be smiling from ear to ear.

That's it?
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