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    Default First world problems.

    I remember there being a thread about this ages ago, which I loved, so thought I'd start another one because I'm too lazy to look for the old one.

    My first world problem right now is that I have cookie dough from a fundraiser ready to make into biccies but I don't want to roll the dough into balls because it makes my hands sticky.

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    Default First world problems.

    I have too many chargers for my power board next to my bed so when I go to bed at night I have to unplug something so I can plug in my phone. It's always accompanied with a big "woe is me" sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    I remember there being a thread about this ages ago, which I loved, so thought I'd start another one because I'm too lazy to look for the old one.

    My first world problem right now is that I have cookie dough from a fundraiser ready to make into biccies but I don't want to roll the dough into balls because it makes my hands sticky.
    Eat it raw with a spoon, problem solved!

    My first world problem - we are meant to be going to Hamilton island in a few weeks for a holiday. I'm guessing we will have to find somewhere else to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    I have too many chargers for my power board next to my bed so when I go to bed at night I have to unplug something so I can plug in my phone. It's always accompanied with a big "woe is me" sigh.
    I have the same problem. Once my lamp, clock and baby monitor charger are in (always), I only have one space left. I need to charge my phone, but also need to express the first 15mL before a feed. I change the plugs multiple times over the course of a night. DH has a board with 5 spaces. Do you know how many things he usually has plugged in? 1. That's right, 1. Now, this wouldn't irk me so much if he wasn't the one who set it up, knowing what each of us has to plug in!!

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    I have an incredibly itchy scalp that feels like it is crawling but alas no bugs. It's driving me bonkers.

    Oh and another.. Tried dtd last night but it hurt too much. No idea why, just a bit tender. I'd say that's driving me nuts too but alas, no, no nuts action here.. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    I have the same problem. Once my lamp, clock and baby monitor charger are in (always), I only have one space left. I need to charge my phone, but also need to express the first 15mL before a feed. I change the plugs multiple times over the course of a night. DH has a board with 5 spaces. Do you know how many things he usually has plugged in? 1. That's right, 1. Now, this wouldn't irk me so much if he wasn't the one who set it up, knowing what each of us has to plug in!!
    Ugh I have to unplug the phone charger to plug in my pump too, sh@&ts me no end.

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    I am too full from eating a meal out with friends to go to bed yet... sigh...

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    A few weeks ago my ds2 had a first world problem.... the cold water he asked for was too cold.

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    I heard someone complaining the other day about the auto-correct on their phone not working the way it should.. it was doing things like turning the word "and" into "arm" and "it" into "is". Don't you just hate it when your fancy first world technology is just TOO intuitive?

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    I want to have a shower, but I'm waiting on some parcels and it would be just my luck that the postie would turn up as soon as I get in.

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