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Also by fuzala+19That person over there is not stuck-up. There's a reason s(he) is not being sociable or talking to you. It's not because s(he) thinks s(he) is better than anyone, but because s(he) is shy. There's a big difference between someone who is stuck-up and someone who is shy, amirite?
Also about term and negative+142Sometimes being a teenager in a long term relationship (over a year) has far more negative consequences than positive ones, amirite?
Also by fuzala+22Even if you stayed with someone after they cheated on you, the fact that it happened would pop up in your mind at inconvenient times and just suck the color out of you for a second. Amirite?
Also about sounds+115Exacerbate sounds kind of dirty only because it sounds a lot like masterbate. amirite?
Also about term and negative+39Unhappiness and other "negative" (for lack of a better term) emotions are great. If we always felt content with life we'd become complacent. Complacency and/or contentment are alright for an individual if they'd like to live that way but once scaled to everyone in the world our race would dwindle relatively quickly, amirite?
Also about negative and synonymous+51It's kinda amazing how we can swap one word with another synonymous word in a sentence, but this can change the very way people view it because of the positive and negative connotations involved, amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre-68Brooklyn Nine Nine sure feels odd to watch with all these protests going on. amirite?
Also about criminal and prisoner+394The death penalty: Some argue that it would be greater punishment to make the prisoner wait life out in jail. But who does that really punish? The criminal, or the rest of society? People who spend life in prison don't magically poop out the funding they need to survive, they crowd the prisons, and that's just one more prisoner who has the chance to escape, amirite?
Also about sounds and criminal-157When a person says "I'm sorry" to someone who recently lost a loved one, it usually sounds like a criminal confession, amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+70Ever notice the most self-assured crave constant validation? Amirite?