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18-01-2012, 03:23   #121
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Whenever I look at those children starving in Africa I always get so sad... I mean, why can't I be that skinny?
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Whenever I look at those children starving in Africa I always get so sad... I mean, why can't I be that skinny?
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18-01-2012, 14:07   #128
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The phrase "first world problems" is enough to boil my piss. I hate it. It is so smug and pathetic. I want to add the problem of a broken jaw to the top of anyone's list if I hear them joke around about their "first world problems".
It's meant to sound pathetic. What part of the phrase' first world problems' aren't you getting? We have it easy compared to a lot of people, that's the point.

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Or when you go to have a nespresso and all that's left is the decaffinated...WTF? Then you have to pay an extra 10euro on line in order to get the fast delivery of new, drinkable coffee pods!!!

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First world problems well I wouldn't consider Ireland a first world country but it is a developed country, the problems here are suicide, mental and pyschological difficulties, family breakdown and dysfunction, lonliness, lack of culture and self identity, lack of moral spiritual guidance and addictions.
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