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Also about hard and easy+35It's cool how when "easy" and "hard" are used to relate something to something else (ex: easy as pie) they have the same meaning while implying different things. Amirite?
Also by AntiJokeChicken+547"Who're" is the prostitute of contractions, amirite?
Also by AntiJokeChicken+338Girls: You love being called beautiful as a name. For example, "Good morning beautiful.", amirite?
Also by AntiJokeChicken-47Guys: You want to go up to a Jew and twiddle your foreskin, right in his face, amirite?
Also about changing back+194Practicing lane changing back & forth on the freeway makes you look like a psycho, amirite?
Also about Music+13Feeding the trolls burns more bridges than trolling itself, amirite?
Also about hard, easy, and changing+242Growing up and changing is easy. What's hard is watching others grow up and change, too, amirite?
Also about hard and easy+73Eyes, hair, personality are pretty easy to compliment, but compliments for lips are hard to word without sounding weird or too forward, amirite? More
Also about hard and easy+120In many cases, It's easy to do the wrong thing, and hard to do the right thing, amirite?
Also about hard and easy+59It is far too easy to attribute the success of others to natural talent. However, natural talent becomes less of a factor the more a craft is practiced, meaning in extremely successful athletes, musicians, and other folks of talent, their skill is founded far more greatly on practice than on talent. With hard work, therefore, one can likely overtake any human quantity of talent, amirite?