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'First world problems' revealed in study

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Earphones becoming tangled in your bag, Weetabix not fitting into a round breakfast bowl and being in-between dress sizes after losing weight have been named on a list of common 'first world problems'.

Other issues which plague us daily amid our hi-tech, pampered lives include Pimms not being sufficiently chilled, the cleaner taking a day off and the glare of the sun affecting the screen of our laptops, phones or tablets.

Snagging designer clothing, the area we live in being too nice for a corner shop which sells cheap wine and having to stand up to reach for a cup on the coffee table also made the list.

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Oh man, I would pit screen glare against any problem the third world could throw at me. :P

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... These are problems? All these things I don't generally consider problems.

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Too true. The tv media which the first-worlders are subjected to insulates them from the real problems of life which will eventually come back to bite the lives of their kids in the derrier. It's a strange problem.

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Idiots spamming your fave website with links for 'deluxe kitchens' is a real problem too. And food from the microwave being so damn hot it burns your tongue off. And neighbours with a parrot that won't stop singing. I could go on for days. It's my age, I think.

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