Also about left and minds+53It is very easy to assume that accomplishing our goal is what defines our lives. But it is not. The defining moment is the whole journey towards that goal –the marks we leave as we move from one place to another and most of all, the imprints that are left in the minds and hearts of the people we meet along the way. Amirite?
Also about teachers+261Teachers-especially social studies teachers-don't realize that Wikipedia is now way more reliable now that the articles are fact checked. amirite?
Also about long division+327It'd be really weird if, instead of children being taught how to add and subtract first in math, they were taught how to do complicated things such as long division or integration and ended up finding things like 2 + 2 difficult, amirite?
Also about teachers+527Students are usually surprised to find out their teachers have lives outside of school. It's time teachers realize teenagers have lives outside of just doing homework, amirite?
Also by Thatoneduderyan+38The amount of time it takes light to reach us from distant stars is enough time for an advanced civilization to develop from the stone age to the space age and then wipe itself out, amirite?
Also by Thatoneduderyan+70You can have unlimited water if you don't eat, drink a gallon of water then drink your pee. amirite?
Also about long division+520it's great when you're doing a long division problem and it divides perfectly. mile-long decimals really piss you off, amirite?
Also about long division+324Third grade really did lie. We do not use cursive or long division, amirite?
Also about left+1,051When watching shows like "I Survived" you can always tell when they're actually gonna get rescued by looking at how much time is left in the episode. Example: "I could see the plane in the distance and I was sure that they would see us" You look at the clock Thirty minutes left, “Dude, they’re not gonna see you, theres another half hour to fill”, amirite?