Also about meaning and quote+7"Mere color, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definite form, can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways." What a Wilde quote, amirite?
Also about end quote+12Although the idea is cool, "end quote" would be the last thing I would think to say as a gun was being held up to my head, amirite?
Also about meaning+33The word "popular" has gone from meaning well known and liked, to meaning bitchy preppy girl, amirite?
Also about meaning and quote+349It's quite interesting how switching the words "up" and "down" around in a sentence can totally change the meaning. For instance, take the inspirational quote, "It doesn't matter if you got knocked down, it only matters that you got up." Amirite?
Also about meaning and quote+19Hey, Tea Partiers, I know you love ranting about the constitution, so maybe you should try actually READING it. There're a few things you might get a kick out of, like "separation of church and state" meaning that you can't quote bible verses against gay marriage. Just saying. amirite?
Also about meaning+11The word "Blumpkin", meaning giving/receiving a "blow-job" while the male is excreting fecal matter, has no relationship with the meaning at all, amirite?
Also about meaning+10The word "politics" is composed of two main words: 'poly', meaning many, and 'tics', meaning blood-sucking insects, amirite?
Also about meaning-10Grammar Nazis: Most people completely understand the difference between "you're" (meaning "you are") and "your" (possesive adjective meaning "belonging to you"). They're just bad typists and mix them up, so stop complaining about it when you can tell what the post says even if "you're" or "your" is misused, amirite?