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Also by Validation+12Whenever you were young, you'd strut around the town or school in the middle of January wearing shorts and a short-sleeved shirt. People would look at you and say, "Aren't you cold?!" You would reply with the shrug of the shoulders, "No". Then you would show off how obviously not cold you were, especially around the opposite gender, amirite?
Also about black and white+391As a kid, you never thought about the racial implication of how the black Power Ranger was Black, the white Power Ranger was white, and the yellow Power Ranger was chinese. amirite?
Also about black and white+642If Americans call black people “African Americans”, do they call white people “European Americans”? Not every black person originates from Africa, not every person from Africa is black, amirite?
Also by Validation+16It's really fucking annoying when a teacher ignores you when you have a question and decides to go mess with the most talkative person in the room, amirite?
Also about black and white+50It is easier for a light skinned black to pass for white than it is for a dark skinned white to pass for black. amirite?
Also by Validation+121Society has put an unnecessary amount of effort into the advancement of yogurt, amirite?
Also about black and white+757The most messed up thing about our society is racism. Not racism against minorities, but racism in their favor. Africans Americans can have black history month, black only colleges, and black only organizations, and all that is just fine. But if we so much as suggested white history month, or white only colleges and organizations, then that would be considered extremely racist, amirite?
Also about black, white, and color-546The color red should be considered a neutral color like black or brown because it goes well with almost every other color: white, black, green, purple, yellow, etc...... Except maybe blue, amirite?
Also about black and white+172There WAS a clear distinction between right and wrong. It was black and white. Popular culture, over the years, has constantly blurred that line, throwing in 'who cares?' grenades and popping off, 'its not hurting anyone' bullets until the line has become a disgusting puddle of gray with the black and white edges slowly drowning. amirite?