Idiom: 'Problem is thirty'

What does 'Problem is thirty' mean?

Meaning: If a problem is 30, the problem is the person who sits 30 cm from the computer screen. It is used to describe people that lack technical knowledge and can be used when you insult someone who's having computer problems.


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