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Also about pretty and ugly duckling+419Teen Girls: I'm pretty sure that anyone who read 'The Ugly Duckling' as a kid did not immediately draw the conclusion that 'no one will like us unless we're pretty.' That wasn't even the moral of the story. amirite?
Also about ugly duckling+505The story of the Ugly Duckling - teaching kids that if your ugly or weird, you WILL be shunned, since 1843. Amirite?
Also about teaches children+388"The Very Hungry Caterpillar" teaches children that they can beome beautiful by eating everything in sight, amirite?
Also about Books+64Books about dystopic societies can hold our interest even if they have a similar foundation because they have their own unique details, amirite?
Also by DeAnnasaurusRex+202People either take 5 seconds, or 5 hours to poop. There is no middle ground, amirite?
Also about teaches children+183Halloween teaches children that in order to get more of what you want, you have to disguise yourself as someone else, usually someone well-known, amirite?
Also about Books+129You never really knew Crabbe and Goyle apart, amirite?
Also about Books+34The reason that you can't find pairs to your socks is because Dobby the Elf keeps taking them all, amirite?
Also by DeAnnasaurusRex+557What do witches and wizards do before they go to Hogwarts? Do they just sit at home for 10 years, and never learn their ABC's or times tables? Or do they go to muggle school then mysteriously drop out, and go missing for the whole years, then when they return for the summer they have a new pet owl, and a strange looking twig, amirite?
Also by DeAnnasaurusRex+16Famous people have little hope of attracting attention to themselves after all the things Lady GaGa has done, amirite?