Also about phrase+517They should replace capital punishment with something more fair: Prepare the convicted to be hanged, but have him wait with the noose on. He thinks up a word or phrase and draws blanks for each letter. Next, bring in a stranger and have him guess random letters to find out the mystery word/phrase. If the stranger guesses six useless letters, the convicted is hanged, amirite?
Also about phrase+58The phrase "every now and then" is used to mean "sometimes", but is actually the opposite of that meaning. Every now and then literally means "every now, and every then", therefore meaning "all the time". amirite?
Also about phrase+226The phrase "Black lives Matter is relevant because the system for far too long has devalued black lives. Effectively, at this point in time has become a worldwide movement. amirite?
Also about phrase+36People of the food industry probably shouldn't use the phrase "blood, sweat, and tears" when describing their passion for making something. amirite?
Also about phrase+45My least favorite phrase is " It will even out"...I'm not trying to get even I'm trying to get ahead, amirite?
Also about phrase+117When you think about it, the phrase "don't lose your temper" doesn't really make sense. The correct phrase should in fact be (if you want someone to remain calm) "don't find your temper," amirite?
Also about phrase-93The phrase "Black Lives Matter" should be uncontroversial, because of course black lives matter, it's the implication of the phrase that people are objecting to. The implication being that there are a bunch of people who think that they don't. You generally don't chant uncontroversial things. People don't go out in the street and chant, "The sky is blue" or, "We love children." So when you chant "Black Lives Matter," the implication is that there are a bunch of people who don't believe that black lives matter. That's why people will say "All lives Matter". Read More