"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.
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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