AskReddit users offered their real life experiences living in or spending significant time in third world countries. I’ve gotta remember this one:“I walk with my cellphone hidden in my pants because it’s extremely common for you to get robbed. This is actually pretty similar to how Midwesterners give directions:“I’m American but have worked in 70+ countries over the last 12 years. Technology, roads, institutions…there is a tacit assumption that none of these things work the way they’re supposed to, and that’s just the way it is. What issues do you deal with that people in first world countries can’t comprehend?