Also about remember and dreams+62Maybe its best that we can't remember most of our dreams because we'd probably spend too much time dwelling on them rather than the tasks at hand, also most of them are too bizarre to comprehend, amirite?
Also about remember and dreams+302Friend: So what's your weirdest dream? You: ...I don't really remember my dreams, amirite?
Also by Ellen+263You wonder what type of music the quiet, shy people in your class have on their iPod, amirite?
Also about remember and dreams+459You know how you sometimes wake up from a dream and then suddenly you don't remember any of it? What if those sorts of dreams are actually a second life that we have? And forgetting it suddenly is a mechanism designed to prevent memory of that life, amirite?
Also about remember+115You remember people freaking out about Facebook changing, but you don't remember what it used to look like, amirite?
Also about remember and dreams+348Being able to think about and remember dreams is an odd concept. How are you able to remember something that never really happened, amirite?
Also by Ellen+138It would really stink to have odor as your last name, amirite?
Also about remember and dreams+724Since we are rarely able to remember our dreams, it is possible that we share dreams without knowing. Meaning, when a friend makes an appearance in your dream... they could be having the same dream, but from their perspective. Intriguing thought, amirite?
Also about Life+24Women live an average of 7 years longer than men. Women will also spend an average of 7 years in their lifetime menstruating. Sort of like a rebate for for days spent in misery, amirite?
Also about remember and dreams+83The reason we can't remember our dreams after we wake up is because Gengar used Dream Eater, amirite?
Also about remember and dreams+103In dreams everything seems to make sense, but once you wake up, and you still remember the dream, you're like, "That was a weird dream." Amirite?