Also by PrettyKitty+159Guys: waking up is the second hardest thing in the morning. amirite?
Also about change+127At the end of Wife Swap, the family that you wanted to see change the most, is the one that typically doesnt change much at all, amirite?
Also about change+111How to change your identity on Undercover Boss: 1) Change Hair part/ style 2) Wear/ remove glasses 3) Shave/ Grow beard, amirite?
Also by PrettyKitty+14Party rock anthem makes you want to stop whatever you're doing and just shuffle. amirite?
Also about change and road+124You hate the person who doesn't change lanes so that you can merge in smoothly with traffic. The least they can do is go, "Hey, I see a car coming. I should move out of the ways so they don't awkwardly drive along the edge of the road!", amirite?
Also about Life+104Most intelligent people would instantly realize a cascade of down votes must mean their opinions are laughably wrong, amirite?
Also about road+203It pisses you off how in the Wizard of Oz, they actually swirl around the Yellow Brick Road at the beginning. Like, what's gonna happen if you cut to the part of the road that actually leads to Oz? The Flying Monkey's are gonna get you? No, that happens later. Stupid hippies. amirite?
Also about change+460It's really weird how quickly relationships change. One day, someone is barely more than a stranger, the next, you're friends. Or one day, you love someone, the next, you hate them. It's kind of scary how your life and the people in it can change in just a moment, amirite?
Also about change and road+128It's fun when you can change lanes without turning the steering wheel because of the curvature of the road, amirite?
Also about road+482Maybe the chicken didn't really cross the road, maybe the road moved beneath him, amirite?
Also about Life+32Retiring when you're old and physically unable is like eating a dinner you don't like and then being too full for dessert, amirite?
Also about Life-84Cinderella gets way too much shit for being anti-feminist, people tend to forget that aggression, fighting, and wielding swords and guns isn't the only definition of strength and courage. Traits like forgiveness, selflessness, kindness, and gentleness aren't appreciated enough and are instead often seen as weaknesses, reinforcing sexist ideas by applauding traditionally masculine traits and tearing down traditionally feminine ones, amirite?