And now it's time for another exciting round of: First World Problems! I know it's obnoxious to kvetch about the inconveniences and tiny troubles of modern life in these United States. But can we please talk about grocery shopping? We live in an age of overabundance. So much food, so many calories, we hardly know what to do with them all. Yet grocery shopping sometimes feels like an alienating, industrial experience that almost takes all the joy out of eating altogether. It's all about getting the goods and then getting out alive, without the potato chips and soda you know you don't need. Here are nine things that drive me crazy about grocery shopping. I'm sure you could probably come up with a few of your own.