Also about history+17The Call of Duty series has probably taught people more about history than a legitimate history class has, amirite?
Also about history+119We shouldnt spend all our time researching history, because then when later people research history, all they'll find is all we did was look back at history too, amirite?
Also about Quotes+31That "shoulda woulda coulda" feeling is the worst, amirite? More
Also about history+18The concept of working out and exercise is pretty weird from a human history perspective. Generally speaking our current era has probably been the most difficult time in history to stay fit and in good shape. amirite?
Also about Quotes-40"I wrote my way out of hell I wrote my way to revolution I was louder than the crack in the bell I wrote Eliza love letters until she fell I wrote about The Constitution and defended it well"–Alexander Hamilton (Hurricane)- Hamilton, amirite?
Also about history+100"History is always written by the winners. When two cultures clash, the loser is obliterated, and the winner writes the history books-books which glorify their own cause and disparage the conquered foe" - Dan Brown This is so very true, amirite?
Also by Faithful+19Boys, girls just want to be loved. When it comes down to it, looks, money and all that stuff don't really matter. Girls just want to be loved and appreciated by a sweet, honest and caring guy. Be that guy. amirite?
Also about history+154Teaching creationism in Biology is like teaching Star Trek history in U.S. history, amirite?
Also about history+54When you're reading a letter from a famous figure in history, you're basically reading their messenger chat history ... amirite?
Also about Quotes+42The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains, amirite?
Also about history+342Even though its very highly unlikely, its a bit scary to think that everything we've learned about our history could be wrong. Not like 100 years ago history, but way farther back, like when the first civilizations started popping up in Africa. I mean, think about it. The Egyptians might have developed technology that was either equal to or superior to ours, but had something happen to them that made them lose it forever, and we'd be none the wiser, amirite?