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Also by Terminal_318+54When millennials were kids, the grown-ups taught them social skills like how to avoid acting rude, inappropriate, etc. Now that those same grown-ups have come to social media, their kids had to teach them those very same rules for online conduct. amirite?
Also about space and staring+197It's awkward when you stare into space and someone moves into the place you're looking at. If you quickly dart your eyes to look somewhere else they notice, but you can't keep staring at them, amirite?
Also about staring and sky-97Its a beautiful day... And im driving down the road enjoying the sceanery alone..im on my way for ketchup for dinner.the sky is cuerlean and the high grass is an orange yellow, the high grass loves the sun so much it spends all its energy to grow towards the loving nurturing sun only to be strecthed thin and dryed out but this yellow grass looks happy , i quickly snap out of my daydream as i am driving and i was staring at that grass way too long.the world is beautiful everything is great...Then at the store i see the sign "masks are mandatory" on the door and i remember why i was angry, amirite?
Also by Terminal_318+55January will be next year, next month and next week. amirite?
Also about space and staring+327it's really awkward when you're staring into space while accidently staring at someone, and then they notice, amirite?
Also about space and staring+408Don't you hate it when people ask you "Are you Ok?" when there's absolutely nothing wrong with you, all you were doing was looking down or staring out into space and now you're suddenly "Having a sad moment", You keep telling them "I'm fine, I'm fine", yet they insist you're not fine, which actually makes you infuriated. Amirite?
Also about space+641A four year old at a space themed camp shouting 'Women arn't from space! They're from the kitchen!" is both hilarious and wrong at the same time, amirite?
Also about space and sky+52We see the daytime sky as part of the environment but the nighttime sky as part of outer space. amirite?