Also about meaning and easy+35It's cool how when "easy" and "hard" are used to relate something to something else (ex: easy as pie) they have the same meaning while implying different things. Amirite?
Also about meaning and easy+59It is far too easy to attribute the success of others to natural talent. However, natural talent becomes less of a factor the more a craft is practiced, meaning in extremely successful athletes, musicians, and other folks of talent, their skill is founded far more greatly on practice than on talent. With hard work, therefore, one can likely overtake any human quantity of talent, amirite?
Also about Philosophy-1Does it take extreme measures to enact change. In a way i'm trying to justify my sometimes outrageous claims and opinions. Change or reversal of any belief would be considered extreme regardless of personal standpoint. More
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?
Also about meaning+33The word "popular" has gone from meaning well known and liked, to meaning bitchy preppy girl, 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 and easy+31You wish for a super easy class until you get one. Then you learn the true meaning of "bored to tears", amirite?