Also by EternalSailorSol+1Do you like or dislike the thumbs down feature, on Amirite?
Also about bit+47It is better to slowly put out a forest fire bit by bit and make sure the extinguished bits stay extinguished than to spray a fine mist over the whole thing and reduce its intensity for the duration of the spray only to have it flare up again later. The same approach should be taken when dealing with other problems such as poverty, amirite?
Also about Animals & Nature+65Dogs have always known that Beggin' Strips are not bacon, amirite?
Also by EternalSailorSol+4Do not put a coffee mug in the freezer with any liquid in it, or it might break, amirite?
Also by EternalSailorSol+10A lot of people need to be less judgmental. amirite?
Also about bit and news+27The World News Daily Report is not as fake as it's made out to be. Maybe a little bit to make a point, amirite?
Also about Animals & Nature+82An animal that's born blind probably has no way of knowing that anything can see at all. amirite?
Also about cute and bit+308You feel a little bit guilty when you take the first destructive bite of cute food, amirite?
Also about bit and news+403Every news channel twists the news a bit, no matter what side of the political spectrum it's on. amirite?
Also about news+281st news anchor: "Today, both sides of Congress have come closer to agreeing on a plan to raise the national debt ceiling to deal with America's spending and debt epidemic." 2nd news anchor: "In other news, local authorities have raised the blood-alcohol limitation from .08 to .15 in order to deal with drunk driving.", amirite?
Also about news+427Girls: when you tell a female teacher great news, she hugs you. When you tell a male teacher the same news, he gets scared to shake your hand because thinks you will report him for sexual harassment. amirite?
Also about Animals & Nature+71If a desert touches a body of water (a lake, river, pond, etc), it's not a desert, it's a really big beach, amirite?
Also about news+22We formulate our opinions of the world based mostly on news that has been selected, edited, and presented by an intermediary. For instance, how many of you participated in the "Arab Spring"? These intermediaries - news corporations mostly - have their own agendas, and painting an accurate, even-handed picture of an event might not be part of it. Therefore, if you truly want to be informed about current events, you need to get your information of at least two (often opposing) sources, amirite?