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Also about change+127At the end of Wife Swap, the family that you wanted to see change the most, is the one that typically doesnt change much at all, amirite?
Also about change and lives+315Each individual day of our lives doesn't usually change us very much, but we all seem different from how we were a year ago. Even though one day might not seem to affect us that much, when you put together the changes from 30 or 90 or 365 days, they really make a difference in who you are, amirite?
Also by Mytokhondria+67If you had a tally mark tattooed on yourself for every time you ejaculated, almost everybody would have a full body tattoo. amirite?
Also about change and lives+197Routine is a thing that makes us feel safe, knowing that we still have power over our lives. This translates into tradition and culture- when that is taken away, we feel vulnerable. When culture is changed, we feel like we don't have control, which is why a lot of people fear change, Amirite?
Also by Mytokhondria+28It doesn't matter how big your penis is if it can't make someone happy. amirite?
Also about change and lives-43The difference between "can" and "can't" is way too subtle to differentiate during everyday conversation, and many times leads to unnecessary confusion. To solve this problem, someone should change "can't" to something like "AGAMARRNIKK." Imagine how much easier our everyday lives would get, amirite?
Also about change+111How to change your identity on Undercover Boss: 1) Change Hair part/ style 2) Wear/ remove glasses 3) Shave/ Grow beard, amirite?
Also about change and lives+119It would be complete chaos if we found at that 5 years from now, no one would be able to reproduce anymore. People of all ages would try to have as many babies as possible in that time limit. This would cause overpopulation, crowded hospitals, and it would change the lives of anyone without a steady job trying to have babies. It would be very interesting to find out how many people we could produce if everyone was trying, though. amirite?
Also by Mytokhondria+89If all of the sand in the world were to double in size everyone would notice. amirite?
Also about change and lives+432When i think of 9/11, not only do I think of those who lost their lives in the attack, I think of how great our country reacted to it. Instead of cowering in fear like Terrorists wanted us to, we stood up proudly and said "This is OUR country, and you will never break us, you will NEVER change our way of life. As long as there is someone to hold our flag in the air, we will never give in, we will FIGHT." Amirite?