Sh*t Middle Class Folk Say

I recently watched a Youtube video of Sh t Hipsters Say. It has lead to this post: a compilation of stuff middle class folk complain about. The quotes are taken from my twitter timeline (@middleccblog) and they’re usually followed by #middleclassconcerns #sigh #bleak and the traditional sad face 😦 Enjoy!
·         I really want to help others  but I love all my clothes
·         I hate telephone conversations
·         I can’t drink instant coffee
·         I’ve been working out for 2 weeks and haven’t lost an inch
·         What could be worse than slow internet service?
·         There are too many pillows on my bed
·         iPhone vs Blackberry? Often followed by: “I really need an iMac”
·         Should I refill my ink cartridge or just get a new printer?
·         Facebook relationship status: complicated
·         Left my travel pillow! It’s going to be a long flight
·         If Heidi and Seal can’t make, how will we?
·         We have 3 remote controls for the TV.
·         I put too much milk in my cereal
·         I don’t entirely trust internet banking but I don’t have time to go to the bank
·         I wish I had a TV in my bathroom
·         Our gardener is on holiday 😦
·         We’ve run out of cranberry and apple tea
·         I can’t decide what my favourite Adele song is
·         I want a poached egg. I can’t poach an egg
·         What do you mean no dessert after dinner?
·         Soya vs. Skim milk?
·         We’ve had to cut down this year…no second vacation
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One thought on “Sh*t Middle Class Folk Say

  1. Thule says:

    i have no relationship with my clothes; i love telephone esp. but f2f conversations; i don't own a television set (eish i read. i hate text language. i don't own a bed let alone pillows. dont get me started on the blackberry (or as i like to call it blueberry – useless)dont drink milk yet i want to kill death for slow internet connection! and agree with everything else u said. i'm still laughing at my own vanity because u have managed to minimise it to reality… and what does cutting down have with a second vacation? vacations are simply a must. how does one not breathe?

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