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72 Problems Only Mississauga People Will Understand

Mississauga is like Toronto's forgotten younger sister. It has a massive population of over 800,000, which is the sixth-largest in Canada, and yet it seems like everyone overlooks it because it's a suburb. But every Mississauga person knows that the experience of living there is truly one of a kind.

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@SaugaProblems on Twitter is run by an unidentified person who tweets common everyday problems that a person (especially of the millennial generation) would likely experience in Mississauga. The account holder doesn't hold back - there are some pretty savage tweets from the account, and while some things are a bit over-exaggerated, they are all relatable to some degree.

Here are 72 problems only Mississauga people will understand:


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