The 15 Most Hilarious First World Problems On Twitter

The 15 Most Hilarious First World Problems On Twitter
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People love to complain publicly. Nothing bothers me more than when people insist on tweeting about their so called “problems”. #NoOneCares

Most likely if you own a smartphone and have the time to tweet leisurely about your everyday activities, you don’t have such urgent issues! This is particularly true in the first world as many people are brought up in comfortable suburban settings and real life problems are scarce.

Many of these cookie cutter suburban kids create their own troubles that fall under the hilarious category of ‘first world problems': “Oh no, I have no wifi and I can’t text my friends back about going out tonight!”; “My Mercedes is in the shop!”; “My large stack of golden coins fell over and now I have to pick them up before my sailing lesson!”

It is time we broke it down for you and gave you a reason to laugh. Here are the 15 tweets that perfectly describe first world problems:

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