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Also about happened+307When someone says, "Let's just forget that this ever happened," it becomes even harder to forget that it eve happened, amirite?
Also about Internet & Apps+62YouTube was much better before Google and the ads took it over, amirite? More
Also by fuzala+51Sometimes, when people say others are worse off, it's not to belittle your emotions or to make you feel as if your problems aren't important. Some make that comparison so you can put your issue into perspective, which can potentially make you feel better. It depends on how you interpret "others are worse off." If you interpret it as the speaker belittling you, you might feel worse. If it puts things in perspective, you may feel more in control of the issue, and in turn, feel better, amirite?
Also about Internet & Apps+51A resturant website has a menu of menus, amirite?
Also by fuzala+45Most smelly people don't know they're smelly. If they knew, they probably wouldn't be smelly. That's why you should cut them some slack or maybe give some gentle advice. Amirite?
Also about happened+208You have some incident that happened when you were young that you and your sibling both SWEAR happened totally differently, and you're both 100% convinced of your own position, amirite?
Also about happened+83People who think Obama went on a spending spree and put the country in debt more need to learn how fiscal years work. That happened 4 months before Obama became president you can't blame Obama for something just because it happened in the year he became elected, you need to look at details, amirite?
Also about happened-72Unless you were present at most historical events (and most likely the answer will be no) what really happened is only a guess, amirite?
Also about Internet & Apps+14The "other" option generally lands the most votes, amirite?
Also about happened+335When someone asks, "What happened to the world?" It's always fun to reply, "porn happened," amirite?
Also by fuzala+37It's a tragedy when you lose your 25-page paper, but then you remember you have a backup. It's another tragedy when you see that your backup is gone, but then you bring out the backup to your backup and realize you never got to saving it. Suddenly, something great happens, and you realize that you sent your paper for peer review, and this person sends your paper back with edits. Things run smoothly again. Happy ending and lesson learned, amirite?