Also about figure and exact+18"He's about as complicated as a hot dog bun." Well, hot dog buns can be very complicated. I mean, sometimes you can't figure out what side it's cut on and then you open it on the wrong side. Then on top of that all your stuff is now falling out of the bun and you have to get a new bun. Then you get another one and you do this exact same thing with that bun. Sounds very complicated to me. amirite?
Also about exact+14It's weird when you have those feelings of "deja vu" when it seems like you have been in that exact spot seeing the exact same thing, amirite?
Also by AJQ1986+48Because "near" isn't an exact figure, the end is always near, amirite?
Also about figure+18story problems in math always give you the weirdest names that you can't pronounce. and they all have to do with fruit markets for the problem. really? just pick up with you want and give it to the darn cashier. they'll figure it out for you. and they have a stupid cashregister to help them figure it out. duh! amirite?
Also about figure and exact+13You get frusterated when you're thinking of an exact word or phrase, and you can't think of what it is. You just can't get yourself to stop thinking about it untill you figure out what it is. amirite?
Also about exact-129True love: When a couple (usually elderly) goes into a restaurant and orders the same exact thing the same exact way, amirite?
Also by AJQ1986+74Sometimes in the dark, the human mind will confuse itself into thinking it's in another familiar room with a different layout. amirite?
Also by AJQ1986+51Only in the present moment can you verify that you are actually alive and doing something. As soon as you're in the next moment, for all you know, youve just been implanted with all of these memories. amirite?
Also about figure and exact+58sometimes when you're trying to fall asleep, you look at your clock and try to figure out the amount of sleep you would get if you fell asleep at that exact moment, amirite?
Also about exact+296Food for thought: the mathematical symbol Pi is a never-ending non-repeating decimal number, which means that any number combination you can think of exists somewhere within Pi. Converted into ASCII text, somewhere in that sequence of digits is your exact name, the exact date and time of your death, and the answers to life's greatest questions. It's mind-boggling to think that all this information can be contained within one symbol, amirite?