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Also about infinite number+60There is an infinite number of questions in the universe. amirite?
Also about Books+42J.K Rowling is secretly an ambassador of the Magical World attempting to communicate their stories to us through the Harry Potter books. amirite?
Also about Books+17Its so much easier to use your vocabulary in text to make yourself a well defined point without coming off as a superior snob or getting stuck with the stereotype- "intellectual" than it is speaking out loud, amirite?
Also about exact copy+609It would be fascinating to have a discussion with an exact copy of yourself. Someone who thinks, talks, and acts exactly like you. amirite?
Also about eventually, number, and nowadays+107Nobody knows how to hide their personal information anymore. Eventually some creeper will find your phone number and call you again and again or someone could get hurt from all the information on the internet nowadays, amirite?
Also about infinite number+193Consider this: If the "infinite universe" theory is correct that means there are an infinite number of realities out there. That means that there is a world that is exactly the same as this one, but everyone is a different gender. amirite?
Also about infinite number+83There are an infinite number of numbers in the world, and an infinite numbers of numbers with the number 7 in them. But there are more plain numbers than numbers with the number seven in them. But both are infinite, so there's technically more of an infinite numbers of numbers than the infinite number of numbers with 7, amirite?
Also about Books+92Eventually Jeff Kinney will have to write a conclusion to the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. amirite?
Also about infinite number+361"There's always someone less fortunate than you." Yeah, well, tell that to the guy who's less fortunate than literally everyone in existence. Or maybe he's a paradox in that he is less fortunate than himself, or there are an infinite number of people who are continuously less fortunate. amirite?