Sure, war and famine are terrible . . . especially if you live in a Third World country where they're a reality. What about the irritating things we deal with in the so-called 'First World'?
--According to a survey by UNICEF in New Zealand, here are the 10 biggest "first-world problems".
#1.) Slow internet access: 80% of people complained about it.
#2.) Not being able to find something at the supermarket: 65%.
#3.) Bad-tasting fruit, like mushy apples: 55%.
#4.) Getting a bad haircut: 42%.
#5.) When the TV remote stops working: 36%.
#6.) Having to move around to get a wireless signal: 34%.
#7.) The barista screwing up your coffee order: 31%.
#8.) Not having access to e-mail or the Internet: 31%.
#9.) Uncomfortable couches: 21%.
#10.) Not being able to win a game on your phone: 21%.