White people have all sorts of problems, like what to wear to polo tournaments, on boats, or how to shop for organic mayonnaise. (See the Rich Kids of Instagram Tumblr.) Not surprisingly, man’s best friend, the dog, has experienced similar conflicts in his life.
Sometimes, deciding which organic coffee shop to patronize, or if he is “Team Peeta” or “Team Gale” is too much to bear. Fortunately, there is comfort in the knowledge that he is not alone in his grief. Enter White Dogs, a hilarious Tumblr that seeks to explore the depths of the often trying white dog condition. It’s the best of the White People Problems meme combined with photos of adorable dogs.
Check out some of the funniest “white dog problems” below.
“I was so busy livetweeting #SXSW that I forgot to enjoy it.”
“I will take a picture in the photo booth at your wedding but I won’t wear any straw hats or fake mustaches. I think that’s fair.”
“I follow people I don’t like on foursquare just so I can avoid them in real life.”
“I must be at a weird crossroad in life because half of my Facebook friends are yuppies and the rest are drunks.”
“I’ll just change ‘unemployed’ to ‘Social Media Guru’ on my Linkedin account.”
“Organic grocer AND a wine bar? I’m about to get priced out of this neighborhood, aren’t I?”
“We were going to go downtown and support the Occupy Wall Street movement but we don’t have outfits that reflect our righteous indignation. Better hit up Urban Outfitters first.”
“I’ve read your wedding blog and what it really told me about your wedding is that I don’t want to be there.”
“If I ate a slab of lasagna for lunch and I have three celery sticks for dinner, the two meals cancel each other out, right?”
“I briefly thought about going to medical school until I realized that I look really fat in scrubs.”
“Here’s the rule: a man can wear pastels on a boat, or he can drink a strawberry daiquiri. But if he does both, people are going to talk.”
“Told my friend I’m too sick to go to her improv show, better make a mental note not to check-in anywhere tonight.”
“Visited my parent’s house last weekend and I came across my mom’s copy of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’ Had a hard time looking her in the face after that.”
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