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Father went to college
Father finished college
Mother went to college
Mother finished college
Have any relative who is an attorney, physician, or professor
Were the same or higher class than your high school teachers
Had more than 50 books in your childhood home.
Had more than 500 books in your childhood home
Were read children's books by a parent
Had lessons of any kind before you turned 18
Had more than two kinds of lessons before you turned 18
The people in the media who dress and talk like me are portrayed positively
Had a credit card with your name on it before you turned 18
Your parents (or a trust) paid for the majority of your college costs
Your parents (or a trust) paid for all of your college costs
Went to a private high school
Went to summer camp
Had a private tutor before you turned 18
Family vacations involved staying at hotels
Your clothing was all bought new before you turned 18
Your parents bought you a car that was not a hand-me-down from them
There was original art in your house when you were a child
Had a phone in your room before you turned 18
You and your family lived in a single family house
Your parent(s) owned their own house or apartment before you left
You had your own room as a child
Participated in an SAT/ACT prep course
Had your own TV in your room in High School
Owned a mutual fund or IRA in High School or College
Flew anywhere on a commercial airline before you turned 16
Went on a cruise with your family
Went on more than one cruise with your family
Your parents took you to museums and art galleries as you grew up
You were unaware of how much heating bills were for your family
ETA: As several people have pointed out, a number of these are time bound. I'm from the beginning of the tv/phone in your room generation, for example, and there were no consumer cell phones when I was a kid. Besides that I went to boarding school, so even the very wealthy kids I knew didn't have stuff like that in their rooms.
Likewise, I didn't participate in an SAT prep course because my entire high school life was very high end college prep. Ditto why I never had a tutor, I was already a straight A student when I bothered to do the work, at one of the top high schools in the country.
So to some degree the meme doesn't reflect some of the realities of my privilege.
On the other hand, I wasn't at private school because of class or financial status -- it was far, far beyond my parents' means -- but because of academic excellence and an employment-related substantial subsidy granted to my father due to my family's peculiar living conditions overseas.
So the meme also doesn't reflect some of the realities of my privilege in the other direction, either.