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Also by meekalullaby+8Most of the time we use what not because we didn't hear it the first time but because you don't believe what you just heard, amirite?
Also about sentence and grammatically correct+225Even though it's technically not grammatically correct, you always want to put a question mark after a "guess who" sentence, amirite?
Also about sentence and grammatically correct+137Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo. Thats actually a grammatically correct sentence in the English language. Look it up, amirite?
Also by meekalullaby+218Some rollercoasters are only scary because they look like they are about to fall apart any minute, amirite?
Also by meekalullaby+29Sometimes it's fun to look back on your old schoolwork and feel smart, like "ha I was so stupid back then!", amirite?
Also about grammatically correct+314The word “ain’t” is a useful word in the English language – it can mean “am not”, “are not”, “is not”, “have not”, “has not”, “do not”, “does not” or “did not”. However, even though it’s versatile and easy to use, it still isn’t considered to be a proper grammatically-correct word, amirite?
Also about read and grammatically correct+178whenever you want to point out how to be grammatically correct (like you're and your) you read what you've written really carefully to make sure you haven't made a mistake and look stupid, amirite?