You've been through so much.
It's a wonder we made it through. Via @middleclassprob.
My mom has said, "Hey, have you switched off the gas?" more than, "I love you."
For everyone who knows what it feels like to run out of samphire.
*Panics about which charity to give the green disk to*
"Too self-conscious to pay for Starbucks with the Apple Watch" and other tales. Via @middleclassprob.
FYI, Waitrose – water is essential, crème brûlée is not.
Tesco, stop ruining our lives.
It's GloucesterSHIRE, darling.
Are you just a middle-class imposter?
For anyone who understands the pain of a swan spitting in their salsa. From Benjamin Lee's new book, Middle Class Problems.
"One family's desperate search for a second pony."
When modern life simply becomes unbearable, you can always vent your misery via the secret-sharing app.
So many colours of chino, so little time.
Poppy and sesame seed thins are a basic human right, really.
Trying to queue for a latte while not making it obvious that you are only in Waitrose to queue for a latte.
It's tough out there. And Seraphina has ballet at 4pm.
Our thoughts are with you at this trying time.
Take our quiz to find out.
A look at the very minor things that make the British happy. Via /r/BritishSuccess
Extreme social awkwardness is our national pastime. Via @SoVeryBritish.
For some people, life is an undending struggle. The following are all complaints submitted by Waitrose customers via Twitter and Facebook.
If you like quiche, look away now.
Oh, the humanity!
Life is hard on the mean streets of North London.
Which charity should I donate my green token to? WHICH CHARITY?
It's amazing what you hear eavesdropping in north London. Collated by @HighgateMums.
Our thoughts are with all the bottles of Chablis that had to be served at room temperature.
For those poor souls, life is an unending struggle.
Everybody stay calm. Let's not lose our heads now.
Agonising predicaments. Via @SoVeryBritish.