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Also by GoshDarnDiddly+25You wish that the people who click "No Way" would leave a comment to explain why they disagree, amirite?
Also by GoshDarnDiddly+10Afternoon naps = Instant gratification with long term repercussions, amirite?
Also about thinking and brain+298It's weird that when you're thinking about how your brain thinks about your brain, your brain is thinking about how your brain thins about your brain. Mindfuck. amirite?
Also by GoshDarnDiddly+19The ability to breathe underwater would actually be really awesome. I think it rivals flying for coolest superpower, amirite?
Also about universe and brain+1,983Images of brain neurons and synapses look eerily similar to images of space and galaxies, making you wonder: what if "space" is the brain or cells of some other giant creature (or maybe God) and we are a tiny part of it, and what if that creature is just a tiny part of another, larger creature, and what if, within ourselves, we are each a "universe" to other things, amirite?
Also about thinking and brain+75Every now and then a song comes on and you think "I was just thinking about this song." in reality the song may have played for a split second and your brain processed it at such a fast rate that you only thought you were thinking about the song, amirite?
Also about universe and requires+20The people who think that nothing we do matters because the world will one day end and be forgotten have it backwards. When you break it down, "mattering" requires two things (something that matters, and some sentient being for it to matter to). The universe is mostly nothing, with nothing to matter and no one for something to matter to. So, really, we're some of the very few things in the universe that ever can matter, amirite?
Also about thinking and requires-14Even though you are not really speaking, the voice you hear in your head when thinking still requires you to use your tongue to speak, amirite?
Also about brain+122The pineal gland in the brain is often thought of as a third eye. It would be cool if our imagination is another part of our brain flashing images at the pineal gland, amirite?
Also about thinking and brain+63Through positive and negative thinking the brain can decide how it grows, amirite?