In today’s society we seem to get annoyed about the simplest of things. When you stop and think about the kind of things we get frustrated at we seem kind of silly, and we all know it.
Yet we still continue to allow ourselves to become infuriated at our 21st century problems.
Here’s some of the most common things people tend to complain about.
If there is a poor wifi connection or even worse … no wifi we seem to think that it’s a sign of the end of the world. What do you mean I can’t update my Facebook status and let all of my Twitter followers know that I just ordered a skinny Americano with soy milk?! How will we all cope?!
There are a crazy amount of memes on the internet of people complaining about late texters. Now let’s be honest. We’re all guilty of avoiding texting a certain somebody back, but we are all also guilty of getting annoyed with somebody else doesn’t text us back within 20 minutes.
How did they cope before the world of texting? Physical letters take ages to come through the post. How can you wait longer than a day for a reply? Madness.
Our smart phones can now do incredible things. We can use our phones as a note book, a camera, a game console, a torch, a calculate … the possibilities are endless. Yet we still complain about how quickly the battery lives decrease. Generally we spend a large amount of time on these devises. Of course the batteries run down quickly.
Don’t even get me started on the lack of places to charge my phone in public.
These are just some of the things we complain about as a society. Maybe it’s time for us to start focusing on the simpler things in life. Instead of texting somebody why not ring them?
Instead of spending your day staring at your screen why not take in the beauty in the world around you? You may find that the world isn’t as annoying as it sometimes seems.