The First World Problem Store Sells Fake Pills to Help HIV Sufferers

This store finally has the solution for your first world problem. This tongue in cheek First World Problem Store sells pills to combat a variety of issues, from slow wifi to the inability to see unicorns. The Sue Amsterdam campaign has placebo medication for sale addressing daily dramas and gay issues, plus Dutch souvenirs and stuff just for fun. The products are described as "a big amount of nonsense, a hint of false promises and a small dose of unnecessary fillings, which make long term use completely harmless."

In reality, this campaign raises funds for HIV medication to help people who really need it. The profits benefit Aids Fonds in their effort to help the 22 million who don't have access to medicine. There is also a donate button on the website.