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Also about cliche+56Every original, well-expressed thought will eventually become a cliche, amirite?
Also about cliche+59Some sayings like "Be yourself," and "Always look on the bright side," are cliche, but they're like that for a reason; they're true, amirite?
Also about cliche+45Every overused movie cliche started off as an original, actually good idea, amirite?
Also about cliche+12"War on Christmas" Why are people so protective over a holiday that revolves around spending money and being stressed out? Don't give me that whole cheesy movie cliche, "but that's not what Christmas is about!" Yeah, yeah, yeah. We're reminded of that every single year by the same boring movie plot and yet... every year people still get trampled. Not just stepped on, but trampled! So that said, if you're one to get angry because you think people say, "Happy Holidays" because they're afraid of offending others, try fighting for a better cause. Nobody is restricting you from wishing people a Merry Christmas. But when you do, promote the values of love and giving that the holiday is supposedly about, amirite?
Also about cliche+64The internet is becoming increasingly cliche, amirite?
Also about cliche+76It's kind of odd how people say they're humbled by recieving a major award, they should be a bit proud of themself, I mean it's good to be humble but it seems kind of like a lie or a cliché line at this point, amirite?
Also about cliche+125You hate when you're trying to give someone relationship advice and you keep saying things that are really cliche ("just try to move on" or "you don't need her"), because it sounds like you're just giving canned expressions even though you really mean it, amirite?
Also about cliche+58It would suck if your dad told you a story about how he met your mother and it was an equivalent of 8 seasons, 168 episodes that were in 30 minute intervals. Also, everytime he'd lead you on to believing that's how he met your mother is really just another plot twist or a cliche cliffhanger of a really long tedious story, amirite?