Wealth and popularity can be much more than a nuisance. It’s good someone invented the "invisibility scarf" against annoying paparazzi.
While you’re buying food for your kitty, rich people seek an aquarium for their shark (or two).
You complain of knotted earphone wires, but big money causes people even greater trouble.
They can’t decide which car they like most, so they buy all of them.
And then they spend hours deciding which watch goes best with which car. Or vice versa.
Although that doesn’t increase their odds in a race.
They’d better forget going for groceries.
Even the weather puts spokes in their wheels.
And it’s so hard to choose a place to live.
Then there is the job of looking after each trifle in your home, and it’s so tiring.
Accusing rich people of being lazy is unfair. It’s much harder for them to do the cleaning because their gloves are always getting torn.
One person can’t do all the cleaning, of course. That’s why a professional should wash every single stone.
After all this trouble, wealthy people get so tired they fall fast asleep in their soundproof massage bed.
They can’t even relax. How do they play cards with these?
They sometimes want to get on a plane and fly away from their problems, but they just can’t escape them.
You still want to be a millionaire, don’t you? Then Richard Branson’s advice is for you: "Start off as a billionaire, and buy yourself an airline."