Also about letters and language-13There is no word in the English language that is 5 letters or more that doesn't start with the letter 'P' or have a word inside of it. Example of "word inside of a word": already--alREADy. amirite?
Also about tiny dots+19In the general scheme of things all our lives are just tiny dots on a dying screen, amirite?
Also about tiny dots+74You know you're bored when you start doing pointless stuff, like counting the tiny dots on your ceiling, or trying to see if you can get the light switch in the middle without it turning on, or tracing the lines on your hand, or staring at the fridge when you're not near hungry, or opening lots of tabs of the same site hoping there would be something new, or babbling on, amirite?
Also about language and actual+10You learn more from a friend telling you phrases in their language than you do in an actual language class, amirite?
Also about putting and braille letters+411There is no point in putting braille letters on a drive thru atm machine, amirite?
Also by TooSweet4You+18Sometimes when you're driving through an area in the state that you live in, you somehow feel like you're in a different state by, amirite?
Also by TooSweet4You+22Some people have such cute smiles you can't help but be jealous of them, amirite?
Also about letters and putting+179It's hard to write out the sounds that letters make without putting that letter in your word for that sound. Ex: K sounds like 'kay,' Amirite?
Also about letters, language, and finger+16Lines make up the places we see, the things we watch, the words we type. They are in finger paintings and historical masterpieces, amateur novels and best sellers. They make up the letters of every single language. They are used by the rich and the poor, the young and the old, the genius and the dumbass. Lines are brilliant, amirite?