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Also about year+728You'd rather have a 6-hour school day for 3/4ths of a year than have a 4.5-hour school day year long, amirite?
Also about happy+293Scientific research has discovered that the concept of nostalgia sets off a positive chemical reaction in the brain, making the mind slightly/temporarily happy. This means that even if it was something you didn't like (like a boring old TV show), just the nostalgia from remembering it can make you happy. That being said, 90's kids need to realize that not everything was better when they were younger; it could simply be the nostalgia factor that makes the older things seem better. Amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+55When the film "1917" is on basic cable, it's going to be tough to find good times to cut to commercial. amirite?
Also about happy+179There are some holidays when it is totally weird to put "happy" in front of them, such as "Happy Labor Day!" or "Happy Columbus Day!" amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+96It's disappointing when you pick up your water bottle only to find that you've already drunk all of the contents of it, amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+65It's weird watching really old films and realizing you're watching what's left of people who have probably died, amirite?
Also about year and happy+12"War on Christmas" Why are people so protective over a holiday that revolves around spending money and being stressed out? Don't give me that whole cheesy movie cliche, "but that's not what Christmas is about!" Yeah, yeah, yeah. We're reminded of that every single year by the same boring movie plot and yet... every year people still get trampled. Not just stepped on, but trampled! So that said, if you're one to get angry because you think people say, "Happy Holidays" because they're afraid of offending others, try fighting for a better cause. Nobody is restricting you from wishing people a Merry Christmas. But when you do, promote the values of love and giving that the holiday is supposedly about, amirite?