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Also about supposed and 45 minutes+461When you were younger your parents told you that if you did what you were supposed to, then more or less everything within reason would go your way. Now, after 16 years of good grades and abstaining from drug or alcohol use, you're still waiting for your mom to pick you up 45 minutes after school let out while the girl with God-knows-what STD's drives off in her BMW. Our parents are full of lie... amirite?
Also about 45 minutes-92It says alot about a company like Hot Pockets, when you are looking for a quick meal at night see the box of hot pockets walk around the convient store for 45 minutes hoping to find somehting else. Finally you settle for the hot pockets thinking "why am I buying this", get home microwave them and then decide you dont want to eat them and fall asleep hungry, amirite?
Also by BreakfastFan+10It's annoying when you see a post on the Just In page and you decide to make some stupid or controvertial comment on it and figured it would never get to the Homepage, but it does make it and you are swamped with notifications of people replying to it, amirite?
Also by BreakfastFan+56It isn't funny or cute when someone is talking about how they found out about Santa and someone else randomly replies "WHAT?! Santa isn't real?!?!?! D: My childhoodz is ovr now!!!!11!!11one!11!". It's just annoying, amirite?
Also about 45 minutes+166If your professor is more than 45 minutes late you should be able to leave without being marked absent, amirite?
Also about 45 minutes+217It's annoying when you ask your teacher if you can go to the bathroom, and he says, "Can you wait till the end of class?" and gives you this hard look, then you look at the clock and there's 45 minutes left, amirite?
Also about rule, fireworks, and 45 minutes+405As a rule, fireworks are always 45 minutes late, amirite?
Also by BreakfastFan+471Before you get too angry about something, it's good to step back and think, "Will I still care about this by next week?", amirite?