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Also about home-109If a woman’s place isn’t in the home, then it should be the man but man or woman, somebody needs to be in the god damn home, amirite?
Also about home and fridge+154When you get home from school and all you do is run to the fridge, amirite?
Also about home and smells-37If you never leave your home town ,you never really know what it smells like, amirite?
Also about normal+156The most insulting thing someone could call me is normal! Normal people live normal lives... where's the fun in that? <3, amirite?
Also by KitKatery+47A lot of the mastery of highly skilled tech workers comes down to knowing where to click a mouse. amirite?
Also by KitKatery+60Every flavor we experience is somewhat tainted by the aftertaste of the roof of our mouths. amirite?
Also about home and smells+28Each home smells different, but you think your home has the prettiest smell. amirite?
Also about normal and home+46According to you, is it normal that the teenage crisis lasts up to twenties especially for a boy. My son,a college student doesn't obey or respect his parents any more, is coming home late in the night and breaks all the home rules, Last week, he decided to wear old denim hot shorts all the time ,He is lazing out and often skips his classes , Naturally, his grades are appalling. What, a responsible parent who pays totally for his tuition,can do. Is it advisable before urging him to leave home ,to use as a last resort some forms of corporal punishments like spanking or strapping to help him to amend, amirite?
Also by KitKatery+39When we can't move in dreams and can't remember dreams it's like we almost die and we as souls(like a ghost) need our physical body to host off. amirite?
Also about home+378Every time a character in a movie/show throws a party while their parents are out of town, their parents call to say that they're coming home early and the character has to kick everyone out and rush to get the house clean before their parents get home, amirite?