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Also by ch1pmunk+21Sometimes the only thing we need in the whole world is a hug, amirite?
Also by ch1pmunk+115The Day of Silence is actually really stupid. Sure, we're remembering the people who had killed themselves because of bullying for being gay, but that isn't going to make people realize how they shouldn't do these things. They're not going to wake up in the morning thinking, "Oh! I shouldn't make fun of that kid today!" It's not going to make kids come out and expect everyone to respect them. Besides what's the point of being silent, your silence isn't helping anybody now or in the future, amirite?
Also about slowly killing+226The lyrics to 'Misery' by Maroon 5 must look so depressing to someone who hasn't heard the song before; " I am in misery, There ain't nobody who can comfort me. Why won't you answer me? Your silence is slowly killing me", amirite?
Also about killing and kill time+56We may say things like "I've got time to kill" or "I'm just killing time," but really, who are we trying to kid? In reality, we can't kill time. Time kills us, amirite?
Also about slowly killing+536It's a wonder that smoking is even legal, I mean, all it's doing is slowly killing you and everyone around you, amirite?
Also about kill time+124curling is how janitors kill time after work, amirite?
Also about slowly killing+213Doctor Who gives whole new meaning tho the phrase "the silence is slowly killing me", amirite?
Also about slowly killing, find ways, and kill time+100We're always trying to find ways to kill time, even though time is slowly killing us, amirite?
Also about kill time+718A Microwave Minute is when time slows down while waiting for you food to heat in the microwave. Side effects- increased hunger, slowing of all the clocks in your house and walking around aimlessly trying to kill time. Microwave minute has the ability to slow time turning one minute into what feels like an hour. After reading this, you will so start applying this term to everyday events, amirite?