Indian Reddit Users Who Grew Up Poor Share What They Considered Luxury, Hit Internet With The Feels

20/05/2015 4:15 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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"Indians who grew up poor, what did you consider a luxury?"

When a Reddit user asked this question recently, it opened up some serious emotional floodgates. From talking about the beloved Hero Puch to coveting the then-expensive pencil boxes with magnet-operated lids, the responses will hit you with the feels, especially if you've grown up in the 80s and 90s.

For Those Who Grew Up Poor, What Did You Consider A Luxury

One newspaper report perhaps sums up the situation of these Reddit users rather well, "Is the middle class anything more than simply a large group whose income makes it neither rich nor poor?"

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