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Also about kids, longer, and learn+189It's interesting to think about if little kids with last names like Krzyzanowski or Schimmelbusch take a lot longer to learn how to spell them than people with names like Smith or Adams, amirite?
Also by g3n3ral_k3n0bi+63Suction cups wouldn't work well in space. amirite?
Also about learn and skills+41Animals (not including humans) only have to learn basic survival skills, while humans are required to go to school where they learn mostly only useless information which will not serve any purpose to them whatsoever ever. amirite?
Also about kids, older, and young+286It's interesting how little kids are taught at a young age "there's nothing wrong with being different", and then once they get a little bit older and they do something out of the ordinary (like a guy wearing makeup) everyone flips shit. It's like they taught us that being different is OK just so that we could later find out that it isn't. amirite?
Also about kids, older, and young-103We need to stop giving kids money for their teeth at a young age. It's this kind of behaviour which makes them think selling their kidneys for money when they're older is perfectly acceptable, amirite?
Also about highschool kids+426Highschool kids who wear the Dora Explorer/Go, Deigo go backpacks, need to grow up. Quick. Amirite?
Also by g3n3ral_k3n0bi+27The most unbelievable thing in "murder mystery" is Jennifer Aniston driving stick (manual) the first time without stalling, amirite?
Also about kids, learn, and young+150Telling children that they're special all their lives isn't "politically correct crap". There's nothing wrong with telling your child they're special to you. No one should be obligated to slander their young child all day with "life ain't fair, get fucking used to it!" Kids will grow up and learn with time, but while they're not there yet, they're not going to harm from "politically correct" kind words. People have different ways of loving their child, and "PC" isn't one of them, amirite?