|1.||First World Problems|
Problems from living in a wealthy, industrialized nation that third worlders would probably roll their eyes at.
Aw, crap, I don't know which 1 carat diamond encrusted platinum ring to buy!
|2.||First World Problems|
First World Problems is stupid problems we have that does not effect our/other lives in any major way.
Compared to third world problems our problems don't mean shit.
Guy 1: (Shouting) Fuck I pissed on the toilet seat.
Guy 2: Sigh First World Problems.
|3.||First World Problems|
The lesser known working title to Canadian singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette's hit song "Ironic".
Many have been confused as to the choice of ironic as the songs title when the lyrics are more unfortunate than ironic.
In fact there in lies the only thing ironic, it was written by someone who didn't know the definition of irony.
If you read through the lyrics you can clearly see where she was coming from with "First World Problems" as the working title as seen below;
1)It's like rain on your wedding day
2)A traffic jam when you're already late
3)It's a free ride when you've already paid
4)It's like ten thousand spoons when all you need is a knife
5)A no-smoking sign on your cigarette break
That being said, having the song contain a verse about a husband "kiss(ed) his kids goodbye" get on a plane and have it crash is neither a First World Problems, unfortunate or ironic. It's just messed up.
|4.||First World Problems|
A more politically correct term for a "White Whine." However, both terms remain misleading: White Whines/First World Problems are not exclusive to whites or those in the First World, and there are many whites and people in the First World who do not suffer from being over-privileged.
Person 1: I wanna call this guy out on a white whine, but I don't want to be offensive.
Person 2: Why not say he's got First World Problems?
Person 1: Don't you mean Developed World Problems?
Person 3: whitewhine.com