THE British class system has been broken down to two types of people, those who say ketchup and those who say red sauce.
Researchers at the Institute for Studies found that people earning under £40,000 a year all call it red sauce whilst those in the higher income bracket, without exception, say ketchup.
Professor Henry Brubaker said: “For example, the Queen would call it ketchup and the commoner who’s married to her grandson would call it red sauce.
“Roger Waters, ketchup. Anyone who won X Factor in the last 5 years, red sauce.”
Professor Brubaker added that there is no earthly reason why brown sauce is just called brown sauce and doesn’t have any other kind of name.
He said: “Bretchup maybe? Or does that sound too much like Brexit?
“Brexit Sauce is probably what they’ll start calling it in Wetherspoons.”