Intermission: First World Problems Read By Third World People Intermission: First World Problems Read By Third World People
Poptimism

Intermission: First World Problems Read By Third World People

by Pete(r) Karinen

March 19, 2013

Problems such as hating it when your neighbor "blocks your wifi" sound ridiculous when read by people living in abject poverty.

This video is part of an ingenius campaign from the charitable organization Water Is Life, whose mission is to provide clean drinking water to those in need.

+
Join the discussion
Recently on GOOD
The
Daily
GOOD
Sign up to receive the best of GOOD delivered to your inbox each and every weekday
Colorful cabs hit the streets of Mumbai, giving young artists their big break. http://t.co/lL8QdxLMPM http://t.co/ITdqF8gXPL
Intermission: First World Problems Read By Third World People