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Sample of Horrible First-World Problems posted on Twitter? And in which class of people are they?

Posted on: April 12, 2018

Sample of Horrible First-World Problems Posted on Twitter, and re-twitted

I was going to write a good introduction to this article, but my fingers hurt from eating too much sushi with chopsticks.

Statements like these are a hallmark of the first-world problems meme, which features the complaints of entitled people complaining about everyday occurrences.

The Middle Class Problems Twitter account has taken to re-tweeting real-life comments from people who have had it up to here with their iPhones, house cleaners and grass-fed organic fair-trade hot dogs.

Their cleaners are late, their massages are all wrong, their bechamel is runny, and they‘re not going to take the injustice anymore. posted

Some of us love to hate first-world problem memes because they’re an example of the first world’s decadence and sense of entitlement.

Some of us like them because we sometimes find ourselves guilty of complaining about the same inconsequential problems.

Whatever’s the case for you, we’re sure that you will enjoy reading these tweets from people struggling with the difficulties and stresses of first-world life.

Source: @middleclassprob (via Buzzfeed)

Note: I posted an article on the characteristics and privileges of Upper Middle Classes around the world a couple of days ago.

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