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2012-06-03 12:28:54 AM
THIS
 
2012-06-03 12:32:28 AM
THIS
 
2012-06-03 12:48:27 AM
#22 for men (or number one, if it has happened in the last 15 minutes)

While washing your hands, leaning against a wet bathroom counter after you just got done taking a piss.
 
2012-06-03 12:55:42 AM
I could swear Buzzfeed was one of those sites whose slideshows don't look like slideshows if you don't have javascript enabled.
 
2012-06-03 01:04:31 AM
I'm not one of those pussies who freaks out every time they see a picture of a bug, but I had a visceral reaction to #14, because it's always been horrifying when I see one of those in my house.
 
2012-06-03 01:23:31 AM
www.photography.ca
Needs this.
 
2012-06-03 01:48:44 AM
I read that headline in Keith Olbermann's voice.
 
2012-06-03 02:27:59 AM
THIS.


mojoimage.com
 
2012-06-03 03:29:50 AM
List fails without this bullshiat

i.imgur.com
 
2012-06-03 03:46:44 AM
#11

i560.photobucket.coming DMCA / copyright BS wrecking the innertubes ...

/*grumble*
 
2012-06-03 03:47:43 AM
I was going to suggest terminal cancer, but this is a pretty good list.
 
2012-06-03 03:47:44 AM
Those are all annoying, but FAR from the worst things that most people have going on in their lives.
 
2012-06-03 03:48:15 AM
I don't get #9

// to be fair, I don't eat yogurt unless it's frozen, or in a Greek or Indian dish mixed full of herbs and spices.

// currently marinating chicken with yogurt + tandoori paste (no, I don't have a clay oven)

#18, that's the part of the video that has been downloaded and cached (so you can click and jump ahead)

#19: Buy milk with the pop out circle openings stuck in the roof (I call it a roof because milk cartons look like houses)
 
2012-06-03 03:49:35 AM
First World Problems.

Also:
i47.tinypic.com
 
2012-06-03 03:51:54 AM
First world problems


/still sucks when it happens to you.
 
2012-06-03 03:54:09 AM
I'm really enjoying these buzzfeed links. Moar please!
 
2012-06-03 03:56:39 AM
House centipedes. Otherwise known as walking eyelashes.
The bane of my existence.
 
2012-06-03 03:59:02 AM
Also:

When you're on a flight and the person next to you is obese, smelly, or chatty with an annoying personality.
 
2012-06-03 04:01:27 AM

gopher321: THIS.

[mojoimage.com image 640x517]


PUT SALT IN YOUR EYES.

/And number 21 is more or less correct.
 
2012-06-03 04:01:53 AM
#22: Link
 
2012-06-03 04:02:38 AM
What is #14, i've seen those before.

Or is it just that there is a bug in your house?
 
2012-06-03 04:03:06 AM

jaylectricity: I could swear Buzzfeed was one of those sites whose slideshows don't look like slideshows if you don't have javascript enabled.


Yeah, it gracefully degrades to a vertical list.

+1 to Buzzfeed's web developers
 
2012-06-03 04:03:12 AM
Subby obviously has no clue
www.ncemi.org
 
2012-06-03 04:04:52 AM

PainInTheASP: #22 for men (or number one, if it has happened in the last 15 minutes)

While washing your hands, leaning against a wet bathroom counter after you just got done taking a piss.


You can use that sort of thing to your advantage. If i dont shake good enough and im wearing light color pants i go all in and leave wet handprints on the front of my pants. With the counter, nobodys gonna notice a few drops when youve got big wet streaks, or the old "farking sink sprayed me!".


I Like Bread: House centipedes. Otherwise known as walking eyelashes.
The bane of my existence.


No mercy.

img44.imageshack.us
 
2012-06-03 04:07:45 AM
www.rachelleb.com

The worst part is they wanted a crunch bar and hit the wrong button.
 
2012-06-03 04:08:35 AM

I Like Bread: House centipedes. Otherwise known as walking eyelashes.
The bane of my existence.


Don't forget these farkers too

www.onstarpestcontrol.com
 
2012-06-03 04:09:35 AM

styckx: #22: Link


philwinkel.com
 
2012-06-03 04:10:37 AM
perhaps a little bit of perspective to rain on your hipster parade?

i49.tinypic.com
 
2012-06-03 04:14:24 AM

mjjt: perhaps a little bit of perspective to rain on your hipster parade?

[i49.tinypic.com image 288x462]


I was going to say, I know this list is just for fun, but if ever there were a prime example of "white people problems," I think this may be it.
 
2012-06-03 04:14:51 AM
They forgot herpes.
 
2012-06-03 04:15:06 AM

Degenz: Subby obviously has no clue
[www.ncemi.org image 302x328]


How'd you get the beans above the frank?
 
2012-06-03 04:15:20 AM
No seriously, i think 45 seconds of that video gave me cancer. If i could i would fire you and her into the sun. I was having a fine evening, nice dinner, went to the brewer game, now just relaxing, getting drunk, watching movies and alternating video games and fark , but now its all ruined, im just filled with a seething rage and a desire to do everything i can to incite the US to go to war, preferably nuclear, with norway.
 
2012-06-03 04:20:40 AM

Cyno01: No seriously, i think 45 seconds of that video gave me cancer. If i could i would fire you and her into the sun. I was having a fine evening, nice dinner, went to the brewer game, now just relaxing, getting drunk, watching movies and alternating video games and fark , but now its all ruined, im just filled with a seething rage and a desire to do everything i can to incite the US to go to war, preferably nuclear, with norway.


Sorry, but someone submitted that to the queue and since it ruined my night I had to make it ruin others too.

/used to collect Robin Yount and Paul Molitor cards as a kid
/were my favorite players
 
2012-06-03 04:21:39 AM
 
2012-06-03 04:25:00 AM

mjjt: perhaps a little bit of perspective to rain on your hipster parade?

[i49.tinypic.com image 288x462]


www.adoration.com
It will ease your anguish.
 
2012-06-03 04:25:11 AM

criscodisco: I'm not one of those pussies who freaks out every time they see a picture of a bug, but I had a visceral reaction to #14, because it's always been horrifying when I see one of those in my house.


Which is odd, since iirc those actually don't eat anything but other bugs, so I leave them alone for the most part. I actually am a fan of indoor hunting spiders, Texas scorpions, mosquito eaters, daddy longlegs, etc-- they eat the bugs that _do_ piss me off, they don't try to set up a permanent home/web/etc, and they try to avoid physically bumping into me like god intended. Hell, a scorpion will even take on those goddamned South American cockroaches that invade central Texas every summer, I'd offer the awesome little scrappers a fist-bump before I'd step on one. (Cockroaches eat human food, which is basically #1 on the "fark it, it dies" list.)

Though, to be fair, I grew up in ag country, and while I wasn't in a ranching family myself the people I'd do the equivalent of lawn-mowing jobs for all were. So my relationship with animals is very much decoupled from how cute they may or may not be and rooted much more in whether they're useful or not.

//For more on the severe cultural break between "raised in a rural area" and "raised in an urban area" see me and a couple other FARKers in almost any dog thread. Yeah, us hicks love us some dogs, but we love them in the sense that we love our trucks or some other piece of equipment that we've put a lot of effort into getting to run right. I believe I've used the word "sociopath" on more than one occasion to refer to the weird urban "dogs are morally equivalent to little humans" types.
 
2012-06-03 04:31:42 AM

Red Shirt Blues: mjjt: perhaps a little bit of perspective to rain on your hipster parade?

[i49.tinypic.com image 288x462]

[www.adoration.com image 500x400]
It will ease your anguish.


or maybe

i45.tinypic.com
 
2012-06-03 04:34:05 AM

Jim_Callahan: criscodisco: I'm not one of those pussies who freaks out every time they see a picture of a bug, but I had a visceral reaction to #14, because it's always been horrifying when I see one of those in my house.

Which is odd, since iirc those actually don't eat anything but other bugs, so I leave them alone for the most part. I actually am a fan of indoor hunting spiders, Texas scorpions, mosquito eaters, daddy longlegs, etc-- they eat the bugs that _do_ piss me off, they don't try to set up a permanent home/web/etc, and they try to avoid physically bumping into me like god intended. Hell, a scorpion will even take on those goddamned South American cockroaches that invade central Texas every summer, I'd offer the awesome little scrappers a fist-bump before I'd step on one. (Cockroaches eat human food, which is basically #1 on the "fark it, it dies" list.)

Though, to be fair, I grew up in ag country, and while I wasn't in a ranching family myself the people I'd do the equivalent of lawn-mowing jobs for all were. So my relationship with animals is very much decoupled from how cute they may or may not be and rooted much more in whether they're useful or not.

//For more on the severe cultural break between "raised in a rural area" and "raised in an urban area" see me and a couple other FARKers in almost any dog thread. Yeah, us hicks love us some dogs, but we love them in the sense that we love our trucks or some other piece of equipment that we've put a lot of effort into getting to run right. I believe I've used the word "sociopath" on more than one occasion to refer to the weird urban "dogs are morally equivalent to little humans" types.


yeah, tough but practical
some people just don't get it
 
2012-06-03 04:39:48 AM
Is this the new Wampler?
 
2012-06-03 04:41:33 AM

Jim_Callahan: criscodisco: I'm not one of those pussies who freaks out every time they see a picture of a bug, but I had a visceral reaction to #14, because it's always been horrifying when I see one of those in my house.

Which is odd, since iirc those actually don't eat anything but other bugs, so I leave them alone for the most part. I actually am a fan of indoor hunting spiders, Texas scorpions, mosquito eaters, daddy longlegs, etc-- they eat the bugs that _do_ piss me off, they don't try to set up a permanent home/web/etc, and they try to avoid physically bumping into me like god intended. Hell, a scorpion will even take on those goddamned South American cockroaches that invade central Texas every summer, I'd offer the awesome little scrappers a fist-bump before I'd step on one. (Cockroaches eat human food, which is basically #1 on the "fark it, it dies" list.)

Though, to be fair, I grew up in ag country, and while I wasn't in a ranching family myself the people I'd do the equivalent of lawn-mowing jobs for all were. So my relationship with animals is very much decoupled from how cute they may or may not be and rooted much more in whether they're useful or not.

//For more on the severe cultural break between "raised in a rural area" and "raised in an urban area" see me and a couple other FARKers in almost any dog thread. Yeah, us hicks love us some dogs, but we love them in the sense that we love our trucks or some other piece of equipment that we've put a lot of effort into getting to run right. I believe I've used the word "sociopath" on more than one occasion to refer to the weird urban "dogs are morally equivalent to little humans" types.


I love my dog more than I love most of my family.

/chocolate lab, 7 months old
 
2012-06-03 04:47:42 AM

100 Watt Walrus: mjjt: perhaps a little bit of perspective to rain on your hipster parade?

[i49.tinypic.com image 288x462]

I was going to say, I know this list is just for fun, but if ever there were a prime example of "white people problems," I think this may be it.


The phrase is "first-world problems", the portions of the the US black, hispanic, etc populations with for-reals problems are more or less statistically insignificant too.

It's sort of "reasons why the US is one of the world's greatest countries #1": we have so few real issues that one of our most pressing social issues is that people routinely get too many calories. People in any pre-1950s historical period and anywhere outside the US/western Europe would (in some cases literally) sacrifice their firstborn to have that problem. "Oh, no, I have access to way the hell more calories than I could ever need" is, in the larger perspective, a really good sign that we're doing something right.

//Even the other big one, health care, is still basically in the first-world problems category... because for the most part you still get the care you need, you just have issues with debt afterward. People in other places can end up in literal debt slavery and also never get the treatment in the first place. Holy shiat, in the larger context we're farking awesome.
 
2012-06-03 04:52:52 AM

PainInTheASP: #22 for men (or number one, if it has happened in the last 15 minutes)

While washing your hands,

of the blood from your junk after getting it caught in the zipper, leaning against a wet bathroom counter after you just got done taking a piss.

Now it's the absolute worst.
 
2012-06-03 04:57:18 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-06-03 05:01:06 AM

jdcgonzalez: I love my dog more than I love most of my family.

/chocolate lab, 7 months old


I love my computer more than certain members of my family, too. But if it comes down to letting my motherboard overheat and fry all the components or letting my uncle twice-removed fall over a cliff* my computer's just going to have to burn. Emotional attachment isn't the same thing as moral value.

Animals aren't people.

Though actually I think I've inadvertently started a threadjack, so we should probably discontinue this line of conversation.

*assuming he got out of prison and none of the involved parties viliglante'd him to death before he got to said cliff
 
2012-06-03 05:01:25 AM
Camel crickets give me the heebie jeebies
 
2012-06-03 05:08:10 AM

Cyno01: styckx: #22: Link

[philwinkel.com image 360x323]


If you liked that, you'll like this even more.
 
2012-06-03 05:10:58 AM
House centipedes I can handle. These things, not so much

i935.photobucket.com
 
2012-06-03 05:18:25 AM

Uncle Tractor: Cyno01: styckx: #22: Link

[philwinkel.com image 360x323]

If you liked that, you'll like this even more.


That does it...

Try getting this out of your head for at least a week.
 
2012-06-03 05:53:17 AM
21 worst things in the First world.
 
2012-06-03 06:07:57 AM

SoCalChris: Those are all annoying, but FAR from the worst things that most people have going on in their lives.


What? I don't comprehend? Are you saying it's possible they were only kidding about these things being the worst in the world? Could you give an example of something worse?Because I just don't believe you.

/you people are idiots
 
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