The voters have decided that rowanne is right! Vote on the post to say if you agree or disagree.
Also by rowanne+272Seeing people fight on TV dramas is always exciting and intense, but when you see it on reality shows it seems kind of stupid and petty. amirite?
Also about social networking+199Life is the ultimate social networking site. amirite?
Also about social networking+220Internet social networking sites kinda ruin romance, amirite?
Also by rowanne+126It's slightly irritating when you argue a good point and someone disagrees but won't explain why. amirite?
Also about social networking+132It's strange how people on social networking sites devaluate things so much. For example, they constantly talk about things being "less than three". No one cares what you think of puppies or food! Amirite?
Also by rowanne+280offensive jokes about people's race/religion/sexuality/gender/etc. can be funny, but then there's some assholes who constantly make them and take it too far. amirite?
Also about social networking+117Texting and social networking sites show a person's intelligence in a way interacting in person just doesn't- like who doesn't know the difference between there, their, and they're or you're and your. Or who knows basic grammar. Things you normally wouldn't find out about a person by just talking to them. amirite?
Also about social networking+288People who merge their individual social networking accounts after becoming a couple should be thrown off the internet, amirite?
Also about social networking+449People who actually believe and send out those chain messages saying ">insert social networking tool here< is going to shut down unless you forward this to all of your friends" deserve to have said social tool forever taken away from them. amirite?
Also about Internet & Apps+28It's good for people to have an anonymous voice. I read about a study once about an online class where everyone was anonymous to their classmates. There was much more participation out of everyone and more creativity in brainstorming events because nobody was afraid of what the others would think about them. Anonymous voices can be a productive thing, amirite?