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Also about waiting and ability+718A Microwave Minute is when time slows down while waiting for you food to heat in the microwave. Side effects- increased hunger, slowing of all the clocks in your house and walking around aimlessly trying to kill time. Microwave minute has the ability to slow time turning one minute into what feels like an hour. After reading this, you will so start applying this term to everyday events, amirite?
Also about waiting+232I read an article that said doctor's #1 pet peeve with patients was waiting for them to arrive. You've seen more people waiting past their appointment time than you've seen doctors waiting on late patients, amirite?
Also about waiting+434If you don't want to do something you just say "I'm waiting until marriage."I don't want to go shopping with you, I'm waiting until marriage." "I can't do homework, I'm waiting 'til marriage." No one goes against marriage, amirite?
Also about waiting and developed+129Could developed countries' high suicide rates be due to the fact that we are so developed that we have nothing to strive for? We already have the best, and any advancement we come across just makes life easier. In third world countries, the constant uncertainty of the next meal seems enough to make someone kill themselves, but at least they know there is something better waiting for them, amirite?
Also by nancypaul+26Recognize the greatness which exists within you. You have limitless potential and ability waiting to be developed. amirite?
Also about ability and limitless+88It's nice to think that opinions on amirite will never run out. The ability to think of anything is limitless and sometimes leaves you in awe, Amirite?
Also about waiting+385Whenever you go to the doctor's office you feel like you spend more time waiting for the doctor in the examination room than you do waiting in the waiting room, amirite?
Also about recognize and exists+36Behind the world of fact, obvious, and tangible truths, exists a world of connotation and subjectivity that we, as humans, perceive through thought, and define through concepts that make sense to us only because they are so prominent and uniform in the world we live in and are evolved to recognize. To an alien we might meet someday, the concepts of beauty, intensity,or mystery would likely be nonexistent, amirite?