Also by EternalSailorSol+7It isn't a good idea to use both baking soda and vinegar to clean an oven window, as ovens these days don't seem to have caulking on them, anymore. As it is going to be tricky to get rid of the mess, you've created trying to clean the oven window, amirite?
Also about fruits+469How to make artificial flavors: First, you have a team of highly trained scientists taste fruits to discern how they taste. Then, make a flavor that tastes nothing like the fruits, amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+107McDonudes does not look like women who actually eat there. amirite?
Also by EternalSailorSol+56It's best to have a few real friends than a bunch of fake friends, amirite?
Also about vegetables and fruits+68If the government wants us to stay healthy, then why don't they make fruits and vegetables cheaper? amirite?
Also about heard+727You've heard people cry like "Waaah" and and you've heard people have those gasping, hiccuping cries. But you've never heard someone cry like "boo hoo", amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+99Everyone has a personal threshold of how much paper stuck to food is acceptable to eat the food anyway. amirite?
Also about vegetables and fruits+52For would-be farmers, if they can afford it and the hundreds of thousands if not millions of square feet and they're willing to do all that maintenance and picking the fruit/vegetables, prune the crops, dispose of the garbage, pack, store and sell the fruits/vegetables, it would be far easier to just build and own a solar farm. Far less maintenance, not even exhausting work done to 'gather' and sell. Just minimum, occasional maintenance, rest most of the time, sell, pay bills, taxes, and enjoy their time...off work most of every year, amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+48Putting salt on your food is technically just eating rocks, amirite?
Also about foods+178When you're eating bite-sized foods, like grapes, you try to make the number of foods you put on the right and left sides of your mouth even, amirite?
Also about vegetables and fruits+234People always assume that when a poor person says that junk food is cheaper, they're talking about McDonald's, but what they really mean is that unhealthy food like Ramen ($.17 a piece) and canned vegetables ($.80 a piece) are a lot cheaper than fresh fruits and vegetables and organic, grass-fed beef: and when they're feeding three kids, those unhealthy alternatives are a lot less expensive than healthy food, amirite?