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Also about feeling and happy+232We all have that one friend that's happy all the time. But instead of feeling happy for them, you just get annoyed every time you have to listen to them brag about how awesome their life is, amirite?
Also about happy-36I hate happy people. Life isn’t supposed to be happy and filled with sunshine, amirite?
Also by ItsATrap+27When a teacher is explaining something complicated to you, and then they walk away, you always have to get some one else to dumb everything down for you, amirite?
Also by ItsATrap+5It's bit ironic that I'm catholic, and my friend's nickname is the anti-christ, amirite?
Also by ItsATrap-89When you look at the "just in" the little voice in your head always says "this just in.", amirite?
Also about feeling and enjoying+222You get this weird feeling of guilt when it's really late and you know you have to get up early but you are just so relaxed or enjoying yourself doing something so you decide not to go to sleep. Of course, that feeling of guilt is usually followed by thoughts such as: "you are a fucking idiot. Let's actually sleep tonight, k?" amirite?
Also about feeling and miserable+456Some miserable people try to make everyone else miserable so they can feel what they are feeling, other miserable people try to make the world a better place so no one has to feel what they are feeling, amirite?
Also about happy and miserable+194If you're only as happy as your least happy child, God must be fucking miserable, amirite?
Also about happy+179There are some holidays when it is totally weird to put "happy" in front of them, such as "Happy Labor Day!" or "Happy Columbus Day!" amirite?
Also about happy+293Scientific research has discovered that the concept of nostalgia sets off a positive chemical reaction in the brain, making the mind slightly/temporarily happy. This means that even if it was something you didn't like (like a boring old TV show), just the nostalgia from remembering it can make you happy. That being said, 90's kids need to realize that not everything was better when they were younger; it could simply be the nostalgia factor that makes the older things seem better. Amirite?