• Design Free Thursday // Middle Class Problems.


    Posted on 10th October, by Dana Tomić Hughes in random fun. 1 Comment

    Middle Class Problems Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problems Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problems Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problems Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

     

    I’ve always been a great believer in keeping a healthy perspective on life. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever had the choice to turn out any other way, given my mum’s always always always drummed this into me. During the good times and the bad. Just ask any of my friends, and they’ll tell you how annoying I can be with this “keeping perspective” business. Having said this, I sure as hell am not perfect and often fall pray to stupid thoughts in my head. Because, you know – life is really hard sometimes.

    On that note, I seriously loved discovering @middleclassprob Twitter account, created by @benfraserlee. This hilarious feed highlights “real problems. But not real actual problems, just middle class ones.” BuzzFeed recently paired some of the Tweets with stock images of heartbroken people. I’ve been laughing about it for days. Us humans can be so friggin’ stupid and shallow at times.

    Click here and here to see more.

     

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.

    Middle Class Problem Twitter Feed | Yellowtrace.


    [Images courtesy of BuzzFeed.]

     





  • One Response to “Design Free Thursday // Middle Class Problems.”

    1. LP says:

      Fabulous! Nothing like a bit of perspective :)



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