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Also by fuzala+11If airport security whisked you away because you told someone on the phone that you were gonna blow them away, it'd be an inconvenience. Then, you explain to them that you were just talking about a presentation you were supposed to give in another area. "I wanted to blow them away with all these new ideas I have to offer." They don't wanna risk it though, and suddenly, you're on the no-fly list. You would just hate if that happened to you, amirite?
Also about anonymous+223Some people would be really embarrassed if there were a glitch on the site that made all of the anonymous posts become un-anonymous, amirite?
Also about anonymous+189The number of anonymous posts on this site shows how cowardly humans are. They can't even stand behind their opinion online, where they're anonymous anyway, amirite?
Also by fuzala+102One's strength can be a weakness at the same time, amirite?
Also about anonymous+158Anonymous posts get more attention than most others so that must mean people enjoy them. Doesn't say much for the mentality of those that respond........... amirite?
Also about anonymous+110Like putting bait in the water, you can predict who is going to bite as they comment about anonymous posters. Righties can't help it, amirite?
Also about anonymous+87The most respect can be found when you are completely anonymous. amirite?
Also about anonymous+28It's good for people to have an anonymous voice. I read about a study once about an online class where everyone was anonymous to their classmates. There was much more participation out of everyone and more creativity in brainstorming events because nobody was afraid of what the others would think about them. Anonymous voices can be a productive thing, amirite?