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Also by baron7755+63Kegel exercises are a literal example of "Weird flex, but OK!", amirite?
Also by baron7755+88There must be people whose life almost entirely matches that of a fictional character. amirite?
Also about life+78Life is like a RPG. You level up on your birthday, and gain various skills such as 'walking' and 'dancing' on the way. School is like the newbie zone, where you get free healing food and get taught everything you need to know. Then by the end of the newbie zone you get to choose your class (fireman, scientist, etc...) and you spend the rest of your RPG life completing quests before deadlines and earning money. But the only thing missing is respawn. amirite?
Also about life+84You say there's no instruction manual for life, but what about the Bible? The Torah? Hell, why not even the Qur'an? Just stop ad-libbing life and making excuses, amirite?
Also about life+514It's not realistic when people say "live life to the fullest, have no regrets." If you never regret anything you did, no matter how stupid, then it shows that you didn't learn from your experience. Life involves making mistakes, and a life with no regret would be impossibly perfect, amirite?
Also by baron7755+53Every part of your life can theoretically be expressed with numbers. amirite?
Also about life+454The Tortoise and the Hare was one of the worst stories to convey a moral - yes, being slow and patient may help in some areas of life, and being too cocky isn't a good thing, but in a real life speed race, your opponent isn't going take a nap halfway through, amirite?