Our nation is seriously a very fussy one. Although we have it pretty well than most other people and countries, we still find things to complain and moan about. Often, these problems are just slightly inconveniencing and annoying, rather than being major problems. People call such problems as annoying first world problems since only the people that are very privileged and live in first world countries have the time and opportunity to complain about such trivial things. Problems range from being insignificant – the remote running out of batteries or the earphones becoming tangled in the bag – to downright ridiculous.
Of course, these trivial problems can be quite annoying when they happen again and again but some of us can be bothered by even the smallest of things. Read ahead and see what you are guilty of complaining about all the time.
Annoying First World Problems
Perhaps the most common and annoying first world problem is tangled earphones. Our earphones just have the tendency to get all tangled up even if they are placed very neatly. A number of people find this problem quite irritating.
Another common first world problem faced by many office workers is that it is boiling hot outside but freezing cold inside the air-conditioned offices. Most people can’t even decide whether they should dress up for the hot weather or the cold offices.
When your laptop’s battery is low on juice, but your charger is upstairs or maybe just out of your reach. Admit it, most of us are just too lazy to get up and do anything while using the laptop or watching TV, no matter how important the work may be.
It is also quite irritating when you are washing hands while wearing long sleeves and your sleeves get wet. Even if your sleeves are rolled up, they somehow roll down and get wet.