The ‘Rich Kid’ Dictionary

January 17th, 2014 // Leave a Comment

So you’ve never slept in money or washed your sink with champagne? Yeah, rich kids have a tendency to be a little out of touch with the rest of society. Their definitions of normal people terms are slightly skewed, like how unemployment is “fun” and pets live in purses.

To help prep you for the Jan. 19 series premiere of #RichKids of Beverly Hills on E!, we’ve assembled the ultimate lexicon. Scroll down for the six “rich kid” definitions every 99-percenter should know.

job
noun
1 my job is exhausting: aspiring actor, part-time blogger, working for Daddy

“Back to the future. #funtrip #bromance @_saachi :-) — jonnydrubel”

funemployed
adjective
1 most of my friends are fununemployed: single, jobless, 3 rounds of golf a week

“Eagle putt?? — brendanfitzp at Hillcrest Country Club”

trip
noun
1 a quick trip: cruising over to St. Tropez and the Hamptons in a helicopter, sliding off Jay-Z’s yacht in the French Riviera, riding an elephant on safari

“Uncle/Captain Jeffrey flew his #swissmade Pilatus PC-12 1/3 of the fuel consumption of a gulf stream! #ecofriendly #flyinggreen — dorothywange at Henderson Executive Airport (HND)”

snack
noun
1 she made herself a snack: caviar and tableside truffle shaving at a Michelin star restaurant, preferably outside the country

“Xmas Eve JAMON y VINO #feliznavidad — dorothywang”

shopping spree
noun
1 this totally calls for a shopping spree: Full day along Rodeo in Beverly Hills with an assistant or two

“Sweaty — boobsandloubs”

pet
noun
1 the dog was a family pet: 8-pound Chihuahua, Maltese-Yorkie, commonly found wearing bling, flying private jets, being chauffeured in a Mercedes

“Baguette loves that she’s a reckless bitch! @deemurthy @dramabeats — boobsandloubs”

By Danielle Jacoby
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