I never heard of that I'm poor and I help animals donate time to the food bank
Because they're horrible themselves
I don't know.
There are "poor" people who have more dignity and honor than those who live in the huge mansions we see so often portrayed as dream houses.
I grew up poor, we just knew we couldn't afford to do certain things there was no resentment that's just the way it was.
My mother was a stickler for cleanliness and our house was always spotless and we were also subjected to her daily scrubbings.
The lack of money has no bearing on the way people see you it's the way you conduct yourself and your willingness to work hard.
Spoiled privileged?. Anyone here read about the hedonic ladder? Well it all evens out. Money can make you happy but usually in short lived bursts. The main component to happiness (imo) is having the essentials to live comfortably: Water, food, home, and safe environment.
Because they're stupid and are prejudiced against people without money.