Also about business-121Hi my century maintained, family owned business Wights power and carpentry is coming under hard times , we fear it might be our name ,man ,.,business was booming in the 60's anyway ... I just want to paint our company image with a new shade , to judge us for our name is ridiculous we love black outs , our motto always has been " it all looks the same with the power out" ...so next time the lights dont work, remember Wight's Power© is better then no power ,amirite?
Also about mind+8The expression "blows my mind" is pretty mind blowing. Amirite? More
Also about Life+58There is at least one person in the world who HATES you and there's nothing you can do about it, amirite? More
Also about business and mind-14Trumf supporters should be able to watch as much child porn as they like. Leftys need to mind their own business and stop posting news like this amirite?
Also about business and mind-129When Christians say that they are "praying for you" it makes you feel like punching them in the head and telling them to mind their own business, amirite?
Also about business and mind+60peace is impossible due to human greed and hate, the best we can do is mind our business and try not to get into anymore wars. Amirite?
Also about business and mind+61it's none of your business to mind what my business is, amirite?
Also by EternalSailorSol+1Ever had to block some trolls and/or some cyber-bullies, Amirite?
Also about business and mind-45If you see someone not wearing a mask in public, feel free to mind your own business. amirite?
Also about business and mind-107When you walk past a gay pride flag in a bookstore such as Barnes and Noble, you are expected to not say anything, mind your own business. and simply move on. So in that aspect there is very little difference, if any between the gay pride flag and the Swastika flag because in 1930s Germany, German citizens were expected to act in the exact same manner, amirite?
Also by EternalSailorSol+16Do not pluck your own or anyone else's eyelashes, amirite?
Also about Life+26If a short person asks a tall person to help them reaching something that's too high up, it's polite to help them. But if a tall person drops something on the floor and doesn't want to bend down so far, asking a short person to help is considered rude. Amirite?