We all know a foodie who takes things just a bit too seriously. Their cappuccinos are never warm enough, they complain about cupcakes with too much icing and won't eat butter that's not from 100% grass fed cows. How can one ever deal with such horrible problems? With humor, of course.
That's just what London-based Benjamin Lee did when he created a Twitter feed called Middle Class Problem. Lee, who is an online editor at Short List, makes fun of those tortured foodies with dramatic photos of sad people with captions like ''I eat sushi too much'' and ''really sick and tired of this place using too much orange zest in my brunch mimosa.''
While the feed focuses and many other middle class problems - like ''my wallet is too small'' - there are plenty of food pics to crack you up. Here are some we just had to share:
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