My Rich Elite Friend and I Play Truth or Drink | Truth or Drink | Cut

My Rich Elite Friend and I Play Truth or Drink | Truth or Drink | Cut


– How was our upbringings different? – How? Well, the fact that you
said was rather than were. How was our upbringings different? You fucking mong. (“Serenade No.13 in G
Major” by Amadeus Mozart) Hello. I’m the Honorable Tom Horton and I live in the Tower of London. – And I’m Elliot Stool and I do not live in the Tower of London, because my parents are not aristocracy. – Do you know what aristocracy means? – I know aristocracy means, even though I went to a state school. This is a class war already. (laughing) Why don’t you start? – The natural hierarchy. Takes its place. Elliot, do you think I
treat people differently because of my upbringing? – Absolutely. Do you remember when we
were in Edinburgh, yeah? – Don’t tell that story. – Nah, fuck you! (laughing) – Can I drink to shut him up? – This guy came up to me and Tom, and he was having a cigarette, and he went, “where are you guys from?” And he went, “privilege”, like that, to a homeless guy! – In my defense, I was
straight off… fuck! (laughing) We’ll just, we’ll just… yeah! (laughing) I am… – I know. – I’m selling you under the
bus for the rest of it now. – Honorable Thomas Horton,
from your perspective, how was our upbringings different? – How? Well, the fact you said
was rather than were. How was our upbringings different? You fucking mong. (laughing) – You see what I mean? How was our upbringings different, I’ll know not to use the word mong. – That’s true. I lived in Northern Ireland,
on an army barracks. ‘Cause my dad oversaw the British Army at the time of the troubles. – Fuckin’ hell. – And we had to have body guards, and armor-plated vehicles
whenever we left. – Did it make you feel safe, having all those body guards and stuff? – I didn’t really know what was going on. – Nah, ’cause you’re thick. – I used– Yeah, yeah. And I was like, 12, I was like,
“oh, this graffiti’s cool!” – It just says, IRA, and
you’re thinking it’s a band! (laughing) – What’s the most judgmental thing you’ve thought about rich people? – Nothing bad, I just call
them Tories, things like that. It’s nothing… – Do you actually hate Tories? – Yes and no. In my family, genuinely, and
this isn’t just a class thing, if I voted conservative,
I’d be in a lot of trouble. – Really? – Yeah, yeah. That being said, I don’t
believe the conservatives win every year because they
just lie to people and evil, I think they give benefits to people, I wouldn’t personally vote for that, and that’s as nice as I can be about it. Cool, let’s do a shot. – Cheers. – What did you think of
me when we first met? – I thought you were obnoxious. You hadn’t yet sort of learnt when to pick the battles
of just being a dick. – Yeah, yeah. I had like, this chip on my shoulder of like, fuck you, do
you know what I mean, you’re not better than me. It was kind of like a thing where I didn’t know where I fit in, and you have that a lot growing up, I find, like, coming from, if
you’ve gone to state school, or you’ve come from
somewhere like Fort Heath, sometimes you feel you’ve gotta be hard, or you’ve gotta be this to give
yourself a feeling of worth. – I see what you mean. Lots of my friends are so sort of… Separated and snobbish, and
they look down on people. ‘Cause we were always told, oh, you know, don’t talk to the people in the town, they’re not the people you associate with. Is it me, it’s me. Do you feel sorry for me for any reason? – Nah. – Likewise. – Oh. Have you ever had an
experience that you think I wouldn’t be able to comprehend? Slash believe. – No, because you know me so
well that I think I could go, I was literally doing cocaine off Prince Andrew’s tortoise the other day… (laughing) – That tortoise is older than
anything he’s ever fucked. (laughter) – Allegedly. (laughter) Have you ever been
sexually attracted to me, and does the money make any difference? – No, I wouldn’t at all say there’s been sexual attraction stuff, but I do look up to you in a lot of ways. There’s never been a… – Cheers that, cheers that. – Oh, shit. Hey Tom, why don’t you name
three similarities between us? Because you’re from an
upper class background, I’m from a sort of low middle class, working class background. – Well, it’s funny you
mention that, actually, because I feel like human emotion… – Emotion transcends class.
– Actually transcends. Like, no matter where you’re from, you can always find ways to
connect with other people. – Yes.
– Do you know what I mean? – And I think, I think the important thing we’ve learned today is we actually get on. – Despite our differences. – Despite our differences. – This has been fun. (glasses hitting the table) – My mum’s gonna watch this. – My mum is not going to watch this. – [Announcer] Buy the
truth or drink game now. You definitely don’t
wanna miss out on this. It’s a (beep) blast. (electronic music)