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Also about physically, activity, and sport-133There are three main criteria that an activity has to meet to be a sport. It has to be competitive, it has to be physically exerting, and it has to be scored in a way that doesn't involve judges because the score they give is arbitrary. This means that swimming, track, and ultimate frizbee are sports. However, NASCAR, cheerleading, golf, and dancing are not. amirite?
Also about sport and difficult+251Cheerleading is either the stupidest excuse for a Letterman jacket and not a sport at all, or the most competitive, challenging, demanding, and insanely difficult sport in the world, depending on the school you go to and the squad you're on, amirite?
Also about understand and difficult+46It is the speaker's responsibility to make them self understood, not the listener's responsibility to try to figure out what the speaker meant when they didn't say what they meant. It's really difficult to talk to people who think words mean whatever they want them to mean and get annoyed when you don't understand them. If you want people to understand you, you're going to have to learn how to express yourself better, it's not their job to be mind readers, amirite?
Also about understand-15You can at least understand why people believe what they do in terms of religion, whether they believe in something or nothing. But you will never understand devil worshippers, amirite?
Also by MollieDoll+200Since when does being difficult make something a sport? We understand your activity is physically exhausting, but it takes more than that to classify it as a sport. Settle down, amirite?
Also about activity, sport, and difficult+74People need to stop saying, "[activity] is a sport!" as if there are ranks of art, skill and sport with sport as the highest. All three can be difficult, admirable and impressive, but they are different categories of activity. Even some Olympic events are more like skills or arts than strict sports, amirite?