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Also about reaction and chemical+293Scientific research has discovered that the concept of nostalgia sets off a positive chemical reaction in the brain, making the mind slightly/temporarily happy. This means that even if it was something you didn't like (like a boring old TV show), just the nostalgia from remembering it can make you happy. That being said, 90's kids need to realize that not everything was better when they were younger; it could simply be the nostalgia factor that makes the older things seem better. Amirite?
Also about reaction and chemical+63You'd pay a fair amount of money to taste revenge. Like a drink that produces a chemical reaction in your brain that simulates the feeling of revenge, amirite?
Also about meeting+136Meeting people online isn't more dangerous then meeting people in real life. Any person you walk up into on the street or at school could be a serial killer or rapist, and they could conceal it just as good as an online person. Meeting a new friend is always a risk, but just because there's a risk doesn't mean it's not worth it, amirite?
Also by Laughing_spork+21When you ask someone if you can have a sip of their beverage they usually say "Don't backwash" but no one would ever say "It's fine if you backwash", amirite?
Also about reaction and chemical+116Fried food is proof of Gods existence. Only an intelligent designer could think to create a plant that can be ground into powder and used to cover something so that you can put it in a heated liquid and make it crispier and taste 10x more delicious. Nature has absolutely no use for this kind of chemical reaction, and yet it exists. amirite?
Also by Laughing_spork+14Sometimes you find the most amazement in everyday things, amirite?
Also about reaction and chemical+61There was a time when you weren't sure if glow in the dark things were light sources or not, because it required light to glow and seemed like just really slow reflection, yet it could produce light when no other source of light was around, amirite? You now know that it is for sure a light source because light is used to reverse a chemical reaction, which then takes place in the forwards direction when there is no light, and is thus chemoluminescence, amirite?
Also about reaction and chemical+1,066It's weird to think that love is nothing more than a chemical reaction in the brain designed to help us find the one person that will provide us with the most productive offspring. amirite?