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Also by Watchful_questioneer+11Any skill level a person strives to achieve can be seen as a point to reset their goals and become even better at said skill. If everyone did this instead of being too proud of themselves for reaching a goal to desire to get even better, then we would amaze both ourselves and each other, Amirite?
Also about Life+29Adulthood is finally making enough money to do the things you've always wanted, but can't because you have to spend it on things you never knew you needed, amirite?
Also by Watchful_questioneer+13You can make a lot of surprisingly (though unreliable) credible inferences about a person just looking at their shoes, amirite?
Also about angry and immature+297Parents mocking their children when their angry is the most annoying and immature thing they can do. Great example, amirite?
Also about immature-40There's no real way to call someone immature without sounding immature yourself, amirite?
Also about angry+146The white angry bird doesn't seem angry as much as it seems scared, amirite?
Also about Life+69There is at least one mundane thing people do that you are taking a lifelong stand against doing, amirite?
Also about angry+278It would be awesome to know like 8 languages so you could have one for every situation. For example, when you were angry you could speak an angry-sounding language like German, and during a romantic moment you could speak something like French or Italian, amirite?
Also by Watchful_questioneer+39There are always going to be outliers and oddballs in society. We have always relied on the common man to seek help for them and try to stop them when it's clear that they're dangerous, and it's a cowardly betrayal to the world when that person neglects that duty, amirite?