Also about space, life, and death+141Anyone who gets a life sentence should just get the death penalty, because anyone who's in prison for life is just a waste of space and money, amirite?
Also by Riddler+221You've played a game with little kids and legitimately lost to them, but you told everyone you were just being nice, amirite?
Also by Riddler+8When something is really easy we say "it's as easy as 2+2", but 2+2 is actually difficult compared to 1+1 or 0+0, so we should start using "it's as easy as 2+2" only for things that are moderately easy, not really easy, amirite?
Also about space, earth, and water+51the Earth being 70% water makes a ton of sense when you imagine space as a giant ocean and earth's water being its densest molecule form, but doesn't make sense when we think about other larger planets not having space in this dense form, amirite?
Also about space+641A four year old at a space themed camp shouting 'Women arn't from space! They're from the kitchen!" is both hilarious and wrong at the same time, amirite?
Also about mind and death+210The uncertainty that follows death strikes greater fear in the human mind than death itself, amirite?
Also about Quizzes, Brainteasers & Riddles+35Someone once said could very well came from someone named once. amirite?
Also by Riddler+18You hate people who always have a story to top yours, amirite?
Also about life, earth, death, and dreams+418When you wish upon a falling star, your dreams can come true. Unless it's really a meteorite hurtling to the Earth which will destroy all life. Then you're pretty much hosed no matter what you wish for. Unless it's death by meteor. amirite?
Also about space, life, earth, and present+109Maybe all the organisms on earth, past/present/future, as a whole is an interlinked big blob of life. And we don't really die or cease to exist, we just exist in a certain place in the space and time continuum , in this expanding blob. amirite?
Also about Quizzes, Brainteasers & Riddles+45Us Men really get turned on by big ends of legs and protruding chest flaps, amirite?
Also about life, mind, death, and contained+296Food for thought: the mathematical symbol Pi is a never-ending non-repeating decimal number, which means that any number combination you can think of exists somewhere within Pi. Converted into ASCII text, somewhere in that sequence of digits is your exact name, the exact date and time of your death, and the answers to life's greatest questions. It's mind-boggling to think that all this information can be contained within one symbol, amirite?