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Onemunki says: We live in a world of genuine tragedy, starvation and terror. So, after hearing stories of cruise line passengers complaining at the air conditioning breaking down, what stories of sheer single-minded self-pity get your goat?

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I saw a documentary on an ice hotel the other day.
One of the bar tops fell off because it wasn't cold enough to stick it to the rest.
Was a frost weld problem.
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I made the mistake of friending some girls I met in a bar on facebook.
It's a tarts palled problem.
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I'd love to visit the South of Germany and see the lovely natural areas, but I can't afford it.
It's my Schwartzwald problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:56, Reply)
I tried to insert my fist in one of the orifices of a large swathe of Essex, but couldn't.
I had a fist Weald problem.
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I have no idea where one would buy hotdog flavoured water.
Its's a Durst world problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:53, Reply)
It's not clear if the ball crossed the line or not.
Geoff Hurst World problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:51, Reply)
Tried to get my kid into kindergarten but there's an age limit.
It's the four's too old problem.
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It's sad when the bad puns are the best part of a QOTW

I couldn't get my flag to unroll. I was really shouting and swearing at it.

It was a cursed, furled problem
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:49, 1 reply)
Apparently in the current financial climate, people aren't spending millions on artwork
It's a Hurst world problem.
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Building old bridges was tough.
They had to use mainly rivets though so there were no Firth Forth weld problems.
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Mars has a lot of fourth world problems.

(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:46, Reply)
Feet whirled problems
Spinning around made me dizzy.
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I knew a guy who wrote a program which came out with strange quotes.
He did so in a programing language popular in the '80s.
It was a Forth, weird program.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:43, Reply)
I worked as a designer for electrical gear.
We were always having to design moulds to fit around odd connectors.
The one for the Apple connector was the fourth weird plug length.
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i was trying to consume a beverage in a centrifuge
the liquid keeps being whisked away from my face by centrifugal forces beyond my control.
it's a thirst whirled problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:39, 2 replies)
my cat keeps coming home with dreadlocks
i think it's the way my neighbour strokes him in a circular rolling motion.
it's a fur's twirled problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:37, Reply)
I knew a guy who owned the pub which had electricity before any other.
We called him first wired pub Len.
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I don't care who you sold your soul too. Don't rub that thing on my leg.
Faust wield probe limb.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:36, Reply)
I tried to stick my car together by punching it.
Was OK for a while then the panels fell off.
Was a fist weld problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:35, Reply)
I leave my baby llama to my sister. Goodbye cruel aaaaaargh.
Fast willed Peru lamb
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:33, Reply)
This Top Gear on Dave is a repeat of a repeat.
How bloody dare they?!
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:33, Reply)
My bag of 40 fish fingers (£2 at Iceland)
had 41 fish fingers in it. I'm outraged. How very dare they lie on the packaging?
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:32, 4 replies)
I got lost on Endor and had to have the help of some furry twats.
Was a forest world problem.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:32, Reply)
What an unsatisfactory investigation into counterfeit cloth!
Faux twill probe lame
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:31, Reply)
Eve succumbed to temptation and ate the fruit
That was the world's first problem.
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I couldn't get to my neighbours trees to cut them down.
Was a firs walled problem.
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I once knew a welsh nurse with alocpecia
when people would ask "who's that?" I'd nautrually answer

that's the nurse, bald Ogwen
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 16:30, Reply)
It's your fault I couldn't take communion, said the angry prostitute
Host wild pro blame
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I was walking but hadn't worn my boots in before I got to a hill.
It was a first wold problem.
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