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Also by StickCaveman+636Peace would exist if human beings didn't. Amirite?
Also about older people+240It's weird how older people generally don't know how to use electronics as well as teens and young adults. Most of us were only babies when Microsoft became a household name, but they were adults. It's strange to think that, technologically, they could fall so far behind, amirite?
Also about older people+234When you were a kid, and you heard older people talking about the mile high club, you thought it was an awesome club that they had on a plane, or a mountain; now, you know what it really is. amirite?
Also about older people+221Everyone I know loves the TV show Glee and hates Kids Bop but isnt Glee just a televised older people version of Kids Bop? amirite?
Also about older people+689You get really scared when older people slip or fall. amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+30High School cliches aren't how TV shows portray them, amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+218At least once you've thought about what it might be like if you had a different parent (ex.- a different mom but same dad or vice versa). Obviously, your personality would probably be different along with your looks but you never really imagine that part, amirite?
Also about older people+463It's annoying when older people talk about how our generation doesn't know how to have face to face conversations. Just because we text a lot and are pretty quick at texting it doesn't mean we've forgotten how to have conversations, amirite?
Also about older people+151The Beatles were popular in the olden days. They were mainstream. Billy Joel was mainstream. Heck, even Mozart was mainstream. There were most likely small, hipster bands back then, but nobody remembers/ cares about them. When we grow older people will only remember Ke$ha and Justin Bieber. All those small, unheard-of bands that we claim are "quality music", whether they are or not, will fade. Twenty years from now they will never be heard of again. Like it or not, it's the big things that last, amirite?