Also about life, sense, and death+16Why do they call it life insurance? I think death insurance makes way more sense, amirite?
Also by mateojjz+29Taylor Swift looks like if you made Napoleon Dynamite into a girl and then made him as hot as possible. amirite?
Also about life+18I read somewhere that flossing regularly can extend your life by 6 years (on average) because it prevents your gums from getting inflamed, which can result in gum disease or even heart disease apparently. [Source: http://longevity.about.com/od/liveto100/ss/life-expectancy_4.htm] That kind of makes you actually want to floss, amirite?
Also by mateojjz+33Now that more and more kids are starting to hate math, math-related professions will begin to dwindle in the next several hundreds of years. amirite?
Also by mateojjz+46Many people avoid drivers with good conversation skills, amirite?
Also about life, sense, and death+330It doesn't make sense when scientists say it needs to be so and so degrees to sustain life, for all we know, there could be creatures living on some superhot planet that would freeze to death if they came to earth, amirite?
Also about life, sense, death, and running+19Death is inevitable. There is no sense in running from, or running towards it. Let life take its course, and embrace it when it finally comes. And be sure to not leave loose end, or the end will be that much more painful, amirite?
Also about life and running+5You've had an amazingly profound, once in a million years, life affirming thought... saw a dog running across the road with a fucking frisbee in it's mouth... then totally forgotten what the meaning of life was, amirite?
Also about life, sense, and death+129You cannot kill the earth (unless you have a death star and blow it to smithereens), you can only kill the earth as we know it. The earth will evolve and life will prevail. Do you not think when the first plant started producing oxygen, it killed everything around it? The earth evolved, so it will in the future. We can only destroy it in a sense it is inhabitable for humans, amirite?