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Also about irritating and forced+85It is irritating when some person is blocking your locker, talking to one of your locker neighbors. They take forever and do not move. You are then forced to wait for them, making you almost late for class. amirite?
Also about experience+244Sometimes you think about how you're ever supposed get a job when you graduate college since jobs want internships and internships want experience (internships are for experience!) amirite?
Also about experience and forced+447To all females: You've wished that arrogant boys with the 'male superiority complex' were forced into female bodies so that they can experience birth, periods, and creepy guys objectifying their body. Amirite?
Also about prove and irritating+132You wish that you could somehow prove to annoying people that they really are irritating, and you're not just being "mean" or "rude" when you tell them so, amirite?
Also about prove+28Everything relies on a degree of faith; whether it be in your senses or in other people. This is due to the fact you cannot conclusively prove anything, due to an infinite regression of having to prove the proof that proves the proof (and so on), AmIrite?
Also by hydroGEN+140People who strive to be the most unique person in the room are a little annoying. Although I can understand wanting to standout, there's also nothing wrong with having similar qualities as other people, amirite?
Also by hydroGEN+159It's amazing how many things a human can endure (being buried in snow for hours or even days, cutting off their own arm, adapting to life without a certain limb, etc.), but easily getting out of bed in the morning? Nope that will forever be something that we all struggle with, amirite?
Also about experience and irritating+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?