A six-month study that questioned young people in 14 countries, found that only 43 percent of those aged between 16 and 34 admitted to feeling happy with their lives. The MTV Networks International survey concluding that those from developing nations are far more likely to feel light-hearted about their lot in life, with Indians topping the tinkled pink table.
The Japanese on the other hand miserably moped in last, a meagre 8 percent of those asked claiming contentment.
Not that you’d ever guess.
(click image for mega-sized miserableness)