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Also about private+144Some people have a tough time minding their own business. It's like they need to know everything thats going on in people's private lives even if it doesn't concern them at all and is private for a reason. I mean they shouldn't force people or hound them to tell them things that the person doesn't feel comfortable enough to reveal. It shouldn't be that hard for them to accept it's not their problem. They should focus more on their own issues instead of nosing into everyone else's. Amirite?
Also about private+492Placing private things in a folder that says "KEEP OUT" or "Private" is just going to ensure that it is read by everyone who sees it. If you don't want people to look inside simply name the folder "My view on politics", amirite?
Also about private+143If you think about it, it's weird how boobs are considered a "private part". They're just used to feed babies...there's nothing that should be private about that, amirite?
Also by vivideventer+11That's a little private, don't you think? WHY are you telling EVERYONE in the vicinity? Amirite?
Also by vivideventer+13There's always that one person in class who feels the need to exclaim, "It just got quiet," everytime there's a sudden pause in loudness in the room, amirite?
Also by vivideventer+530You've sat and watched a Windows flag logo bounce around the screen and waited for it to hit a corner, amirite?
Also about telling+199Telling ignorant people to think is as useless as telling the sun to turn off, amirite?
Also about telling+150Telling children that they're special all their lives isn't "politically correct crap". There's nothing wrong with telling your child they're special to you. No one should be obligated to slander their young child all day with "life ain't fair, get fucking used to it!" Kids will grow up and learn with time, but while they're not there yet, they're not going to harm from "politically correct" kind words. People have different ways of loving their child, and "PC" isn't one of them, amirite?