Are there really problems that technology can't solve for us? That's what the Internet is trying to find out. The hashtag "Problems Technology Can't Solve" started trending on Twitter this morning for some reason.
Some are funny, some (a lot!) are people complaining and some are actually real problems. Here is a mix selection of all of those!
First World Problems
#ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve Starbucks getting my name right on the cup.— Ryan (@ryanfield) October 15, 2015
Can't Photoshop a persons inner beauty... or lack there of. #ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve— Toasted Kenny D (@Mr_Eichenberg) October 15, 2015
Deciding what to wear #ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve— Bob Lewellyn (@BobLewellyn) October 15, 2015
An Edit function on Twitter, APPARENTLY #ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve— Dreamweasel (@Dreamweasel) October 15, 2015
Nipples getting hard when it's cold. #ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve— darksidedeb (@darksidedeb) October 15, 2015
#ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve the pride some Americans take in only speaking one language— Up North (@MikeTheMasshole) October 15, 2015
Where to eat problems. #ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve— aqilahmzh. (@qielaQ) October 15, 2015
But in the end, I tend to think like this guy...
I find it amusing that most of the #ProblemsTechnologyCantSolve posts today can actually be solved by technology. smh— David H. Soto (@DHSoto) October 15, 2015