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Brits reveal the most middle-class items in their homes

What is the most middle-class item in YOUR house? Brits reveal their purchases with status symbols – from a special funnel to get rock salt into the mill to a Le Creuset litter box

  • UK Reddit Users Revealed The Most Mid-Range Items They Own
  • A user, from Plymouth, bought a Tiffany litter box for £100 while drunk
  • Another British user admitted to using his Peleton bike as a drying rack


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Homeowners have revealed the most mid-range items they own in a hilarious thread — from hundreds of expenses on pet supplies to very lavish kitchen appliances.

The reddit thread was started by a British user who asked internet users across the country to reveal the ‘most middle-class item’ in their homes, admitting that she owned a ‘ridiculous’ special funnel for getting rock salt into the mill.

The hilarious answers include a set of kids’ golf clubs, a Peleton exercise bike worth around £1,500 that is used as a drying rack, and various types of obscure cooking equipment.

One user from London admitted to having a Le Creuset bowl for their cat, worth around £25, while another user, from Sussex, has a fridge just for her skincare products.

British homeowners have unveiled the most mid-range items they own in a hilarious thread - including a cat bowl from luxury French cookware brand Le Creuset

British homeowners have unveiled the most mid-range items they own in a hilarious thread – including a cat bowl from luxury French cookware brand Le Creuset

Below the list is a giant cheese grater from Alessi worth around £80

Below the list is a giant cheese grater from Alessi worth around £80

A Peloton bike worth over £1,500, which the user said they used as a 'clothing horse', was also on display

A Peloton bike worth over £1,500, which the user said they used as a 'clothing horse', was also on display

Below the list is a giant Alessi cheese grater worth around £80 and a Peloton bike worth over £1,500, which the user said they used as a ‘clothing horse’

From a tofu press to a skincare fridge, Brits reveal their most mid-range items

tofu press

nutmeg grater

caviar spoons

avocado scoop

Saddles the horses have grown out of

13 kinds of flour and six kinds of rice

Digital Cat Flap

tea bag tongs

Electric salt and pepper mills

falconry glove

Electric plate warmer

Touch-free kitchen tray

avocado grower

mini wing

chutney spoon

boiling water tap

pickle fork

Filtered water fountain for the cat

champagne sword

Skincare refrigerator

celery salt

Wine glasses for specific grapes

Tiffany Litter Box

sugar tongs

candle wick scissors

Grapefruit Spoons

Le Creuset litter box

Pastry fork

Golf clubs for children

Electric polentapan

Sourdough starter

Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser

Robot vacuum cleaner

Electric corkscrew

Champagne swords were also on the list, with one UK user saying they are “super fun” but cautioned that they should be used outdoors as “the top of the bottle will fly off with some force.”

A Plymouth user also admitted to having an lavish cat accessory, writing, “Our cat has a Tiffany litter box. Tiffany colors with “cat” on the front in black. I bought it for £100 in Heathrow when I was drunk!’

Another user, from Lancashire, said: ‘It’s a matter of tossing between the whippet or some saddles I took home as they don’t fit my current horses.’

A user from Southampton admitted: “Celery salt. unopened.

One user said they owned a champagne sword.  Pictured, an example of a California Champagne Saber Company champagne sword worth £221.00

One user said they owned a champagne sword.  Pictured, an example of a California Champagne Saber Company champagne sword worth £221.00

One user said they owned a champagne sword. Pictured, an example of a California Champagne Saber Company champagne sword worth £221.00

Pictured, a Purdey falconry glove costing £195

Pictured, a Purdey falconry glove costing £195

Pictured, an Anova Precision Cooker £200 from Selfridges

Pictured, an Anova Precision Cooker £200 from Selfridges

Other users said they had bought falconry gloves (left, a Purdey glove worth £195) and a Sous Vide machine (right, an Anova Precision Cooker £200 from Selfridges)

‘I was afraid the quail eggs I ordered from Ocado wouldn’t be there, so I ordered a separate jar. Fortunately there was a bag with it, so I didn’t have to open the whole jar.’

One user from York admitted to owning several cookware, but said the most mid-range is his electric polenta cooker he imported from Italy.

“It’s a big copper pan with a motorized stirrer so you can make polenta without having to stir it,” says the user.

Another bought a Sous-vide machine, a machine that maintains the temperature of water to cook vacuum-sealed meat in a temperature-controlled water bath, especially for sirloin steak.

Meanwhile, one user admitted to owning a falconry glove and another generous cat owner said they had installed a water fountain for their cat – with filtered water.

The Reddit thread was started by a British user who asked internet users across the country to reveal their most lavish items, admitting she owned a “ridiculous” special funnel to get rock salt into their salt mill.

The hilarious answers include a set of gold clubs for kids, a Peleton exercise bike worth around £1,500 that doubles as a drying rack and several types of obscure cooking equipment

The hilarious answers include a set of gold clubs for kids, a Peleton exercise bike worth around £1,500 that doubles as a drying rack and several types of obscure cooking equipment

The hilarious answers include a set of gold clubs for kids, a Peleton exercise bike worth around £1,500 that doubles as a drying rack and several types of obscure cooking equipment

One Briton admitted he had a wine fridge, glasses for different grape varieties and an £80 Alessi cheese grater ‘barely used’.

“A very (very) expensive cat flap,” another user revealed. “It’s a microchip cat flap and comes with an app so we can see when our cats come and go.

“We can see all kinds of funky graphs showing how long each cat spent outside each day!”

Another UK user said, ‘Grapefruit spoons. They are excellent. I also highly recommend them for other things like corner yogurts or olives and stuff’.

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