17 People Who Can Write a Novel About Their Misfortunes

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There are 2 ways we could approach our bad luck: we can either let it annoy and anger us, or we can accept it as a natural part of life. After all, any uncomfortable situation we encounter is temporary and will pass at some point, so it’s better not to let it ruin our precious time. And some people even turn their misfortunes into sarcastic stories they can laugh at with their friends or share online with millions of people.

1. This was left in the oven for 1 year.

2. Ripped jeans in the sun...

3. ’’My puppy ate my passport.’’

4. ’’That last turn before I arrived with the chili’’

5. ’’My new tattoo is off-center.’’

6. “I work in a −14°F lab.”

7. ’’This lemon we were given in our meal kit’’

8. ’’I spent $11.75 growing tomatoes this year. Here’s my whole harvest!’’

9. ’’A friend found his lost controller...’’

10. ’’The bottle of sweet and sour sauce exploded in my bag.’’

11. ’’I drove 1.5 hours out of our way to see Mount Rushmore. It was foggy when we got there.’’

12. ’’I bought some clearance sale bread. Now I know why it was on sale.’’

13. ’’I don’t paint often, so I was really proud of myself for remembering to wear gloves this time.’’

14. ’’My pepper grinder broke this morning.’’

15. ’’So I found out that my shoes have a hole in them...at the urinal at work.’’

16. ’’The new jar of Nutella my girlfriend tried to heat in the microwave’’

17. Stuck on a freshly painted nail

Can you relate to any of these situations? How do you usually react to a not-so-lucky day?


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These are all first world problems. A lot of people in South America and Africa can’t even get internet or a game console or paint their nails.


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