Also about simple fact+104It's really annoying when you state a simple fact about yourself and someone thinks you're bragging/insulting yourself because of their opinion of the beauty/ugliness of the trait you mentioned. Ex: if you said "I have really dark brown eyes" they would think you were insulting yourself just because they think brown eyes are ugly, amirite?
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Also about higher level-30Human lives are the most easily replaced thing on the planet. Reproduction is generally enjoyable, the action is of no cost, and in 9 months, bam, out comes another human. And the planet is currently overpopulated as is. Valuable resources like food drinking water and shelter, which is scarce worldwide, should be put on a higher level of priority than human lives due to it being harder to create amirite?
Also about Life+28Trying to navigate the best way to stay comfortable when laying down with glasses on is super difficult, amirite?
Also about higher level-43The problem with higher level math is that there are an infinite amount of correct answers, but there are infinitely more incorrect answers at the same time. The problems would be similar to "Go grab your dad a beer from the store," and after everything is said and done, you end up on Neptune, amirite?
Also about Life-82Cinderella gets way too much shit for being anti-feminist, people tend to forget that aggression, fighting, and wielding swords and guns isn't the only definition of strength and courage. Traits like forgiveness, selflessness, kindness, and gentleness aren't appreciated enough and are instead often seen as weaknesses, reinforcing sexist ideas by applauding traditionally masculine traits and tearing down traditionally feminine ones, amirite?
Also about Life+29We talk about white privilege and male privelege, but we hardly every talk about right privelege, the fact that lefties live in a world made for right handed people. amirite?
Also about simple fact+784JK Rowling is a genius - not only because of the many intricate sub-plots she's managed to uphold but also because of stuff not many would notice, like the 'seven'-issue that was discussed here a while ago, how well the names relate to character's personalities and the simple fact that something as simple as love was the basis for the whole series. amirite?