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Also about famous and means+447I told people that I'm famous and no one believed me. I guess that means I'm unbelievably famous... amirite?
Also about famous and thought+231People who believe in God; Isn't it crazy how to talk to the president(or anyone really famous), you would have to pull a lot of strings, and probably spend a lot of time and effort and at least some money to get to him let alone to be able to have a full on conversation with him. Whereas, we have a direct link to the King of Kings with just a single thought? I never thought of this until tonight. We're pretty privileged, amirite?
Also about quickly, read, and means+266You hate when you quickly leave an abbreviated and ambiguous note for yourself thinking that you'll know what it means later, and then when you go back and read it you have no idea what the hell you were talking about, amirite?
Also by MrRite+318"Snape kills Dumbledore!" has become the new "Bruce Willis was a ghost the whole time!", amirite?
Also about read and thought+785Book says "The tree was tall." We read "The tree was tall." English teachers read, "In a testament to nature, and the God, mother nature, or other significant being that governs it, the tree stood, tall, proud, and sturdy, upward in the sky; reaching for what was thought to be the unreachable." amirite?
Also about confusing, commonly, and means+26Language can be confusing and make no sense. The suffix "ist" means "related to" but the word "sexist" means to be discriminatory toward a certain sex. If you break the words up, sexist just means saying something related to a person's sex- discriminatory or not. It seems the dictionary just tells you how the word is commonly used, amirite?
Also by MrRite+862Tons of posts on here go something like this, "Wouldn't it be weird if we all had teeth on our feet?" or "It would be weird if the sky was orange during the day instead of blue." No. No it wouldn't. If that's the way it was, that's what we'd be used to. If we were born under an orange sky, we'd think that a blue sky would be weird, amirite?