25 hilarious tweets of people posting their horrible first-world problems

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12. I eat sushi too much.

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13. Queue Sainsbury’s salad bar for 15 mins to find they had no egg or cous cous. To say this has ruined my day would be an understatement

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14.Had too much truffle oil. Did you know it’s a laxative?

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15. Peeling pomegranates has to be one of the most painstaking tasks in the world

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16. Arrghhhh, my bechemel won’t thicken

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17. I have a papercut on my iPad finger. Every tweet is an agony, but I persist bravely.

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18. Just fell asleep on the massage table, well cringe.

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19. Really sick & tired of this place using too much orange zest in my brunch mimosa.

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20. No shiraz so had to use merlot in the beef bourguignon.

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21. Had to wake up for the ironing lady to come and collect our clothes AND SE STILL ISN’T HERE

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22. I can’t believe I bought a toaster with no bagel setting.

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23. I’ve cut my finger on a broken souffle ramakin

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24. I think I’ve put too much water in my quinoa.

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25. Pret didn’t give me enough jam for my porridge this morning.

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  1. Funny piece, but you need a hyphen in “First-World.” Otherwise, it could read as if this was the first problem with the world that this tweeter ever encountered. The hyphen tells the reader that you need the two words together for it to make any sense.

  2. this people really don’t know what REAL troubles of life are!!! If those silly things are the disaster of the day for them, really they have no idea at all what a disaster in life truly is!!! I am speachless ….

  3. My life, like that of most of the people that I know, is a struggle, but considering the alternative, I’m glad to be alive…I find joy in the small, every day things. I would love to spend a day in the life of one of these spoiled, pompous jerks that seem to have too much money, and not enough common sense. I would personally see to it that little things went wrong for them just so I could watch their meltdown. Lol

  4. Ref Maria – it amazes me that the humour of these tweets bypasses some people alltogether. THEY KNOW THESE AREN’T REAL PROBLEMS!
    If you really don’t get that, the internet probably isnt the best place for you (the real world might not be so great for you either)

  5. I feel sorry for these people they need constant reassurance so they create problems which don’t exist it’s called being needy and it’s pathetic

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