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The Fine Line Between Classy And Pretentious

It isn't hard to keep it classy when you're out in public, you just have to stay cool, keep your ego in check and refrain from disgusting or offending people with your morbidly obese pomposity online with your word choices.

But those who have a hard time checking their ego at the door think people are just dying to hear how they feel about politics, how much they spend on stuff, and which Ivy League college they attended.

This name drop is naturally worked into every conversation, because how can people truly understand how classy you are without knowing you're a graduate of Yale?

This class-A comic by Scott DeWitt makes it easy to understand the difference between classy and pretentious, but if you're already a pretentious prig then you'll find it hard to tell which panel is which!

See The Fine Line Between Classy And Pretentious here

How about this for pretentious... The last comic wasn't even edited properly?! "Oh, I'd would NEVER own a TV." REALLY?! I'm supposed to enjoy this mess? I'm going to a different website for my time wasting.
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"offending people with your morbidly obese pomposity"? So is fat shaming now so fully acceptable that you can use fat as an adjective?
would you gave written "offending people with your morbidly underweight pomposity"? or perhaps "offending people with your jew pomposity"?

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