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Also by yvan125+24Do you enjoy reading. What kind of books are you reading. Did you read to acquire new information or knowledge or for the pleasure or the aesthetic of the language (stucture, sounds , rhythm of the sentences, stylistic effects). How many books on average are you reading in a month? amirite?
Also about considered worse+419It's dumb how certain words are considered worse than others when they mean the exact same thing, Amirite?
Also by yvan125-28Do you think that the Catholic Church could in the future ordain as deacons or priests women. married laymen and gay men? amirite?
Also about life and fireman+78Life is like a RPG. You level up on your birthday, and gain various skills such as 'walking' and 'dancing' on the way. School is like the newbie zone, where you get free healing food and get taught everything you need to know. Then by the end of the newbie zone you get to choose your class (fireman, scientist, etc...) and you spend the rest of your RPG life completing quests before deadlines and earning money. But the only thing missing is respawn. amirite?
Also about god and religion+17Man does not need God to be moral. Religion divides more than it unites. Religion is incompatible with Science. Scriptures are man-made and demonstrably false. God did not create man in his image. Man created God in his. amirite?
Also about considered worse+221Why is "shit" considered a swear but not "crap"? I mean,they're both four letter words meaning fecal matter. Why is one considered worse then the other, amirite?
Also about god+637"Who created humans?" - "God, of course!!" - "...who created God?" - "YEW SHUT YURR GOD DAMN ATHEIST MOUTH BITCH", amirite?
Also by yvan125+73Do you agree with the saying: A bilingual person (who has a working knowledge of two languages) is tantamount to having a double personality? I think that there is some element of truth in it. I have always noticed that my friend who is perfectly bilingual in French and in English is becoming a different person when he switches from French into English or vice versa. Does it depend on the nature of the language or on the personality of the speaker? amirite?