Also about western hemisphere+20You live on the western hemisphere, amirite?
Also about african and caucasians+6There are Blacks, and Whites, Asians and Indians. How come Blacks and Whites are identified by their colour? Why can't we say African Americans and Caucasians? Or why don't we say Yellows and Browns? amirite?
Also by Anita_Robin+3Your day off. Lots of plans around the house. Then, your significant other bursts your bubble by loading your plate with their to-do list and your plans are out the window. AmIRite?
Also about People & Celebrities+7It's almost impossible to walk through a graveyard without picturing a bony hand popping out of the ground trying to get you, amirite?
Also about african and caucasians-38You see Caucasians and African Americans together, Caucasians and Asians together, but never African Americans and Asians together, amirite?
Also about race and african+24If you think about it, it's kind of weird that people decided to call Blacks African AMERICAN. Being in the US didn't change their race, just their nationality, so they're biologically still African, amirite?
Also about People & Celebrities+18Trump's uncanny ability to act the fool and get away with it has stimulated his base to a fever pitch. . , amirite?
Also about african people+11When watching interviews with African people on TV, a lot of people don't realise that when they're speaking english, it isn't their first language (obviously not for all africans, but a lot), so they must have had a pretty decent education, amirite?
Also by Anita_Robin0All the graphics on this site are very distracting. Amirite?
Also about western hemisphere+115The majority of the posters are from the western hemisphere, amirite?
Also about western hemisphere+141People that live in the Western Hemisphere: you wonder if the people that live in the Eastern Hemisphere's notifications symbol on Facebook show the Eastern Hemisphere, amirite?
Also about african+15Why are black people called African American? Do we know their roots are African? They probably are, but we don't know for sure. Which brings me to the point, why even call them something like that to begin with, when did black become offensive? amirite?