Based on true stories.
Based on true stories.
“I wanted soy!”
It’s not going to be easy, but we’ll get through this.
Don’t worry, friends, we’re in this hole together.
It’s amazing what you hear eavesdropping in north London. Collated by @HighgateMums.
Because your life doesn’t suck.
Please read this list by EOD.
For those poor souls, life is an unending struggle.
This time: The inhumane inconveniences of Netflix, Pandora, Chromebooks, and reddit.
This week: sex, alcohol, ice cream, and ripped jeans “headaches.”
Agonising predicaments. Via @SoVeryBritish.
“To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering” — Nietzsche.
Now you know what to do when utter tragedy strikes.
Life is hard sometimes, and there’s only one way to handle it: Share your pain on Twitter.
Literary blogger Robert Bruce asked his son to review novels just by looking at their covers, with delightful results.
Don’t you hate it when you’re eating Pringles and the cursed can prevents you from reaching your beloved chips? There’s a life hack for that.
Oh, the privileged suffering.
Where the average house goes for $4 million, making it one of the richest towns in America. The residents seem a tad paranoid. (via reddit.com)
The most popular, as chosen by you. They range from inspiring to kick-ass to disgusting.
From Haiti. It’s a new TV commercial for Water Is Life.
Our insignificant inconveniences sure have changed in the last 20 years. Pleated Jeans really stumbled onto a treasure trove of nostalgic entitlement.
For those keeping score from home, the big story of Day One at SXSW was a very long registration line. Outrage!
Dogs have it hard these days. Hopefully this meme has helped dogs to realize they’re not alone.
The anonymous Twitter feed shot to fame with pithy musings like “I hate my horse.” In essence, it’s the original “Shit Girls Say”.
Anyway you look at it, 2011 was a great year for memes. Here’s a look at the dumbest, funniest, and best memes of the past year. View List ›
Only 30 shopping days left until Christmas. What better day to mock ourselves with First World problems and agree we have it good in the USA?
From having an idea for a new blog post while at a public shower to a fat baby chewing with its mouth open at Thanksgiving, these are some real rough first world problems.
The White Girl Mob CEO took to Tumblr to beg someone to take her crappy job. Does this count as a first world problem? View List ›
These people are really the suffering. Oh, the horror!