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Also about worse+51Sometimes, when people say others are worse off, it's not to belittle your emotions or to make you feel as if your problems aren't important. Some make that comparison so you can put your issue into perspective, which can potentially make you feel better. It depends on how you interpret "others are worse off." If you interpret it as the speaker belittling you, you might feel worse. If it puts things in perspective, you may feel more in control of the issue, and in turn, feel better, amirite?
Also about imagination+115I always thought I had a good imagination, but it turns out, that was just my imagination, amirite?
Also about lack and imagination+282Eeyore the donkey doesn't care about anything, has slow reactions & a lack of motivation. Marijuana. - Piglet is afraid of everything & is paranoid of constantly being chased. Mushrooms. - Rabbit gets into everyone's business & constantly needs EVERYTHING. Cocaine. - Tigger can't calm down, bounces all the times & is never tired. Ecstasy. - Pooh Loves sweets & has the wildest imagination. LS... amirite?
Also about worse+135You hate when you make something near perfection, but it feels incomplete so you add on and it gets worse and sadly worse, amirite?
Also about lack and sufficient+267For about the first five years of school, English classes should focused on grammar and vocabulary. Then, the focus can shift to areas such as literature and composition. With this system, students still receive sufficient education in all areas, but hopefully there would be less people with a serious lack of grammar skills. amirite?