This chapter sketches out the class theory of sociologist Pierre Bourdieu. Bourdieu suggested that his concept, habitus, the classed body schemas that are products of the internalization of class struggle, might provide the basis for a social psychoanalysis. The chapter extends Bourdieu’s findings about class and taste by examining the conflictual emotions that subtend taste and keep class fractions in their place. From an informal study I conducted of people’s memories of class and shopping experiences, I render Bourdieu’s theory psychoanalytic and critique some of his theory’s limitations by analyzing normative unconscious enactments of class within and between different class fractions.