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Also by elarnis+35In musicals, everybody bursts into song and later they don't even remember it. So what if we were singing in a musical but we didn't even know it, amirite?
Also by elarnis+165It's better to come up with a good comeback an hour later than fifteen seconds later and have to decide whether to say it after a long pause or not say it at all, amirite?
Also about learning+200We spend the first few years of our lives learning things, and the rest un-learning them, amirite?
Also about learning and information+37It's mildly infuriating or irritating when you see people comment things like "you're stupid" on some people's posts. If you disagree or dislike something about the post, merely state these things with an explanation. That way, the OP can at least have some sort of learning experience or then, choose to reject the information you shared instead of becoming resentful for the name-calling. Name-calling doesn't teach much, and it causes unnecessary grief/irritation, amirite?
Also about Language+9A crisis doesn't make a man; it shows what a man is made of. Amirite?
Also about reading and information+449If you think about it, not only do we live in an incredible time for technology, but we have most of the things people in the past thought we'd have, just more realistically done. For example, flying cars=planes, endless information at your fingertips=internet, robots to do housework=those little robot vacuums, not to mention solutions to tons of diseases. You are on a computer reading things people have written all around the world. It really is astounding, amirite?
Also about reading+244It's really annoying when those lazy kids in school say that they like reading, but only when it's a good book. Oh, really? I thought you were one of those boring readers who love reading crappy books! Amirite?
Also about information and brainwashed+17It's infuriating when you see someone pass along a false piece of information they randomly found on the Internet 5 minutes ago, and when you correct them by giving arguments and facts they act as if you're a brainwashed plebeian who "can't understand people's controversial opinions". Facts are facts, amirite?
Also about reading and information+270When there's an intense part in the book you're reading, you start skimming really fast until you find the good information, amirite?
Also about information+242Wikis are valid sources of information. Do you really think that people spend their days writing false information about "Pride and Prejudice", "Myocardial infarction", etc.? And do you REALLY think that there are no decent people who would change said false info if someone were to write it, amirite?