In a word, no. That snobbish affect comes from the snob feeling he or she is better than others, and I can't stand that. I've been friends and acquaintances with people all over the socioeconomic spectrum. I myself am well below the US poverty level for income, my clothes are clearly well-worn, my hair and nails are a mess, and I always look a bit shabby. Looking exactly like this, I've had great conversations with multimillionaires (and one billionaire), yet been looked down on or talked down to by upper-middle-class snobs. The difference? People who will take the time to get to know me despite a very clear socioeconomic division acknowledge that everyone has value, and take each individual as they are. A snobbish person somehow thinks they're superior, because I'd clearly be doing as well as them if I were as good as them. I find that the friendly, open people know that every circumstance is different and doesn't discount the value of the individual. It's just a mindset that I can't relate to, and with which I certainly don't want to willingly put myself in contact. I try to be polite when I do meet these people, but I wouldn't consider them friends.