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Also about math and science+211Whenever someone posts a math or science joke, someone will always say something along the lines of "OMG I love math jokes! <3" or "LOL! Physics humor!" Amirite?
Also about math, history, and science+378All subjects in school are important! Math can be used for architecture, measurements, and countless other things. Science is important so we know how our world works. History is important so we don't repeat previous mistakes (such as Hitler). Learning symbolism in literature is important for...for, um...uhhhh...okay, you got me, amirite?
Also about years, field, and science+289Evolutionary biologists: You hate it when after you've basically dedicated your life to the science of biology, some theist (with hardly any education in the field) claims evolution is impossible since "there are still monkeys". Then you just sit and think, "Wow! I can't believe everyone in academia for the last 150 years has completely overlooked this brilliant refutation to evolution." amirite?
Also about math, history, and science+405If your in highschool it almost always seems like your math, science and history teacher can't spell properly and their excuse is that they aren't English teachers and laugh it off, amirite?
Also about math, history, and science+495You hate it when all in the same week you have a math test, a history test, the apocalypse, a science test, and a term paper in english due, amirite?
Also about math, history, and science+722History teachers are living in the past, English teachers always try to make more out of something than what's there, math teachers look for answers using the concrete ways that they know how, science teachers want answers too but they are always looking for different ways to find that answer and then disprove it, and students are expected to master all of these personalities, amirite?
Also about years and history+342Even though its very highly unlikely, its a bit scary to think that everything we've learned about our history could be wrong. Not like 100 years ago history, but way farther back, like when the first civilizations started popping up in Africa. I mean, think about it. The Egyptians might have developed technology that was either equal to or superior to ours, but had something happen to them that made them lose it forever, and we'd be none the wiser, amirite?