Also about Jokes & Humour+21Why, just why, does Chrome have an option for "Close tabs to the right", but not for "Close tabs to the left"? That's discrimination, amirite?
Also about speak, english, american, language, and british+348you wonder why it is that British and American tourists abroad speak to the locals first in fast english like they would at home, and then when the locals don't understand, the british or american tourist believes the best way to remedy the situation is to simply speak LOUDER AND SLOWER....as if that will magically give the local people an English language ability, amirite?
Also about talk, american, and british+234Americans: you sometimes wonder if british people talk in an american accent to pretend to be something, like we talk in a british accent to pretend to be fancy, amirite?
Also about speak, french, italian, and languages+278It would be awesome to know like 8 languages so you could have one for every situation. For example, when you were angry you could speak an angry-sounding language like German, and during a romantic moment you could speak something like French or Italian, amirite?
Also about bit, speak, english, and language+66While the stereotype of Americans is that they expect everyone to speak English, even when they're not in English-speaking countries, Americans you know or have met in non-English-speaking countries either tried to speak the native language, or were a bit embarrassed that they didn't know any of it, amirite?
Also about talk, speak, english, and language+105You hate it when someone speaks to someone in their native language, especially when they CAN speak English. Sometimes you just wanna bring in a translator and be like "HAHA, BITCHES, TRY AND TALK ABOUT ME NOW!" Not that you'd be paranoid or anything, amirite?
Also about english, american, french, language, and british+1,197American English is like the bastard child of Latin and some Germanic language. Its more well-liked but prudish sibling is British English, while its sporty and laid back brother is Australian English. French would be the indulgent aunt because it lavishes American English with so many word gifts, and Old Norse would be the cranky but often helpful grandfather language. amirite?