Also about death+297He's not a unicorn. He is the ULTIMATE DEATH BATTLE HORSE. FEAR THE SWORD OF DEATH AND DESPAIR THAT LIES ABOVE HIS EYES OF RAGE. Amirite?
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Also about death+210The uncertainty that follows death strikes greater fear in the human mind than death itself, amirite?
Also about loved and death+214Nothing can or will ever prepare you for the death of a loved one, a family member, or a beloved pet, amirite?
Also about Health, Beauty & Fitness+46Heartbreak is a completely different kind of pain. It's so overwhelmingly emotional that it hurts physically too. amirite?
Also about Health, Beauty & Fitness+72Sometimes trying to go to bed is slower than usual because your brain has too many tabs open, amirite?
Also about loved and death+252If a loved one goes missing, in some ways it's preferable to find out they died rather than never know what happened to them. At least there's certainty with death, and you can mourn appropriately and continue on with your life; whereas if they went missing with no clues, there's a tiny part of you for the rest of your life that hopes they'll knock on your door one day safe and sound, amirite?
Also about loved and death+206It's weird how anti-Semitics end up. One becomes the most infamous leader in history, is hated by nearly everyone and fails at nearly everything, while another becomes the most famous animated film creator of all time, is loved by the majorities and still has his name stamped on many successful films long after his death, amirite?
Also about loved and death+130If there is an afterlife, and you find your late wife or husband, the bond of marriage is over and they should not be required to stay married. Obviously a huge majority of people would stay with their spouse after death because of how they loved them and spent their life with them, but for those who decide it's time to move on, it's understandable that they would take heed on the part that says "...till death do you part?", amirite?