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Also about social skills+241Awkward people: You like to think that you could be really outgoing if you wanted to, but then you face the truth and accept you're just lacking in social skills, amirite?
Also by PopsicleStick+24If the bible was a person he would be loving, forgiving, poetically gifted, authoritive,old fashioned, contradictary, sexist, influential, harmonious,vengeful, compassionate and confusing. In other words he would have multiple personailties and be bipolar. amirite?
Also about Life+49just remembered this was my fav site in the world in 2010 and how excited i was to login everyday after school :) crazy how fast time flies, amirite?
Also about social skills-92Most kids who were/are homeschooled have zero social skills, amirite?
Also about social skills+8People usually leave high school with a general knowledge of book smarts. That being good and all, schools should put more of an emphasis on preparing students for college and life after high school. Social skills, like, learning how to have respect for people and how to handle tough situations, etc. Parents obviously aren't teaching their kids these things, amirite?
Also by PopsicleStick+21You only completely listen to around 5% of the songs in your ipod, amirite?
Also by PopsicleStick+3You know a kid is a genius in elementary when they can draw a cube correctly on their first go, amirite? More
Also about Life+60Reincarnation means your soul could be recycled from someone of any race, amirite?
Also about social skills+53When millennials were kids, the grown-ups taught them social skills like how to avoid acting rude, inappropriate, etc. Now that those same grown-ups have come to social media, their kids had to teach them those very same rules for online conduct. amirite?
Also about equivalent and social skills+309Texting, IMing, and Facebook tend to ruin peoples social skills because they are the equivalent of having a "pause" button in real life where you can think for several minutes about what to say next, amirite?