BeeDeeDubbleU - 2:19 pm on Feb 18, 2011 (gmt 0)
My son lives in an affluent area that repeatedly gets voted amongst the best places to live in Scotland and indeed the UK. It has one of the longest life expectancies and 61% of its residents are classified at the higher/ABC1 end of the social scale.
The other evening my wife and I were returning the grandchildren (4,6 and 9) after having them for a couple of days and they asked if they could stop at a MacDonald's for dinner before going home. I hate MacDonald's with a vengeance but to keep them sweet we decided to take them to their local branch.
This was in midweek and early evening and we expected it to be fairly quiet. Imagine our surprise when we found it to be very busy. The drive through was queued out onto the main road constantly. We thought that these posh people had better taste. ;)
I wonder what will happen to their life expectancy if they are gorging on MacDonald's!
Do you find that this happens in the affluent areas near you or do they have more sense? ;)