A viral online quiz has revealed the surprising signs someone could be rich in Australia in 2023, and how to tell if you’re seen as trash.
Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson, who both earn around $5 million a year each, took the quiz live on their KIIS FM show on Monday and were quite surprised by their results.
According to the test, a person who produces films or television shows is more likely to be considered wealthy.
The same goes for people who fly on a private jet or sit in first class on a commercial flight.
Wealthy people are also more likely to have a nanny or housekeeper, use a credit card without limits, own a Range Rover or snort cocaine.
A viral online quiz has revealed the surprising signs someone could be rich in Australia in 2023, and how to tell if you’re seen as trash. Pictured: stock image
Other signs of wealth include a second marriage, signing a prenuptial agreement, owning pearl necklaces or cufflinks, and using big, impressive words.
Being “obsessed with Africa” – whether it’s “saving” poor Africans or going on safari – is apparently another sign of wealth, as is using the skincare brand’s cosmetic creams. luxury Augustinus Bader.
Owning rare or expensive books, visiting private islands, wearing designer clothes, graduating from a prestigious or international university, and even hiring escorts also make the list.
Kyle Sandilands (left) and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson (right), who both earn around $5 million a year each, took the quiz live on their KIIS FM show on Monday, and were quite surprised by their results
Other telltale signs of deep pockets include having a bank account in Switzerland, knowing how to navigate, hiring personal bodyguards and security services, having a financial advisor or lawyer, owning a changing room or wet room in your home and use a valet for purchases.
Having fine jewelry as an heirloom is also a sign of wealth.
Wearing Ralph Lauren cardigans draped over your shoulders is also a sign of wealth, according to the quiz.
The illegal act of snorting cocaine is a sign of wealth in Australia according to this quiz. Pictured: stock image
If you use a valet to do your shopping, you’re probably rich. Pictured: stock image
The quiz also gave a description of someone who would be considered “high trash” – a category that Jackie and Kyle fell into after tallying their results.
“Your life is defined by designer brands, fast cars and private jets,” the quiz reads.
“You hint at wealth with every step you take and think money is the answer to everything. People roll their eyes at your not-so-subtle boasting and call you a “cathed-up bogan.”
Both Kyle and Jackie performed well on the test, each checking off enough signs to place them firmly in the “rich” category.
Kyle, who previously boasted of his $100 million business empire, said “yes” to producing TV shows, as he previously created the hit Amazon Prime series Luxe Listings Sydney.
Are you rich?
You are more likely to be rich in Australia if you:
- Produce films or TV shows
- Fly on a private jet
- Fly first class
- Have a nanny or housekeeper
- Use a black credit card
- I had a second marriage
- Driving a Range Rover
- Use big, impressive words
- Snorting cocaine
- Own pearl necklaces or cufflinks
- Sign prenuptial agreements
- Are obsessed with Africa
- Use Augustina Spader Cream
- Visit private islands
- Own rare books
- Wear designer clothes
- Have a degree from a prestigious university
- Hire Escorts
- Have a bank account in Switzerland
- Know how to navigate
- Hire personal bodyguards and security services
- Have a changing room or wet room
- Use a valet to do your shopping
- You inherited jewelry
He regularly travels by private jet and, when forced to take a commercial flight, he always buys a first class ticket.
Both Kyle and Jackie have had the privilege of experiencing second marriages, with Kyle pointing out, “Most people are broke after the first marriage fails.”
They each own a Range Rover, with Jackie recently investing in a $300,000 Range Rover Sport, while Kyle owns a $180,000 Range Rover SVR as well as a fleet of other luxury vehicles.
Being “obsessed with Africa” – whether it’s “rescuing” poverty-stricken Africans or going on safari – is apparently another sign of wealth. Pictured: stock image
The couple, who both have a child, also hire a nanny and a housekeeper to make their lives easier.
Kyle further stated that he possessed two black AMEX cards and admitted to using cocaine and escort services in the past, while Jackie checked “no” for those categories.
Interestingly, both radio hosts said they never signed a prenuptial agreement.
Another sign of wealth is apparently owning a pearl necklace. Pictured: stock image
Kyle, who recently married his second wife Tegan Kynaston, explained: “No, I said no to that. I didn’t want a prenuptial agreement, because it’s out of love.
Jackie, who split from second husband Lee Henderson in 2018, agreed, saying: “I never entered into a prenup.”
Hilariously, Kyle felt sheepish after learning that wearing a Ralph Lauren cardigan around his shoulders was a sign of wealth, considering he wore that exact item of clothing during the segment.