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Also about july and happy 4th+226Many people get offended when someone says, "Merry Christmas", right? Well, why aren't there people who get offended when people say, "Happy 4th of July"? Even if you weren't born in America.. you still accept it, amirite?
Also about happy+293Scientific research has discovered that the concept of nostalgia sets off a positive chemical reaction in the brain, making the mind slightly/temporarily happy. This means that even if it was something you didn't like (like a boring old TV show), just the nostalgia from remembering it can make you happy. That being said, 90's kids need to realize that not everything was better when they were younger; it could simply be the nostalgia factor that makes the older things seem better. Amirite?
Also about happy, 4th, and july+657It's kind of odd how Independence Day is most often referred to as July 4th, but we don't go around saying, "Hey! Merry December 25th!" "Happy February 14th, want a chocolate?" or "I'm going trick-or-treating again for October 31st!", amirite?
Also about july and happy 4th+669Happy 4th of July! Now take this, ozone layer! amirite?
Also about july and happy 4th+229Everyone says happy 4th of July instead of happy Independence Day, amirite?
Also by lilmissgiggles+21"You're Scotch Korean, you don't make a wee bit of sense!" amirite?
Also about smith+263It would be pretty weird if, one day, a dictator named John Smith arose and ordered a mass persecution of an ethnicity. After he was defeated, everyone with the first name "John" and/or last name "Smith" would want their name changed so as to not be associated with the dictator in any way, and both of those names would become pretty non-existent, amirite?
Also by lilmissgiggles+678If you use SPF 100, you squeeze the tube and a sweater comes out, amirite?