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Also about future, love, and past+175A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bank balance smaller, home happier, clothes dirty, the past forgotten, and the future worth living for, amirite?
Also about future and past+47We all contain the ability to time travel. Each person has individualized memories that we can get lost in; is that not traveling through the past? Our memories may be tainted by emotions and cultural bias, but together, collectively, mankind has something that many other species on earth don't have: we have a recorded past. And this is why many people cannot just live in the moment. This is why we need the concept of a future, amirite?
Also about love+711It would be interesting if a really, really masculine lesbian (that was looking for a female love interest) and a really, really, feminine gay man (that was looking for a male love interest) met and fell in love, amirite?
Also about Relationships-67It's obvious to even the most casual observer that Donald and Melania are in love, amirite?
Also about future, love, and past+123Love is the key to the past, present, and future. But then again, you could always pick the lock with a bobby pin. That works too. amirite?
Also by JustSomeGirl+26the worst thing is holding onto someone who doesnt want to be held onto, amirite?
Also by JustSomeGirl+179some of us actually prefer the scene in The Notebook when they are kissing in the rain to porn... amirite?
Also about Relationships+73The biggest difference between being single and in a relationship is how quiet it is, amirite?
Also about future and past+216It's kind of depressing when you see future-time-travel books/movies from the past like 1984 and Back to the Future because we're not at all as advanced as they hoped we'd be, amirite?
Also about Relationships-54Whatever age mothers teach girls to check to see if the toilet seat is still down is too late, amirite? More
Also about love and past+109In a relationship, there's no such thing as "love 'em but don't trust 'em". Truly loving somebody means respecting them past the point where you suspect they might cheat on you. If you think you love someone but don't even trust them, then you don't have enough faith in them or in the whole relationship in general, amirite?