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Also by Alixkast+61There is something special about drinking whiskey from a coffee cup. It's like our little secret. amirite?
Also about Science+39People's true colors come out when they are in a vulnerable or uncomfortable situation. amirite?
Also by Alixkast+49A lot of anxiety today could be based on guilt from something that happened thousands or even millions of years ago that set into motion a never-ending chain of pain and misery and conflict. amirite?
Also about Science+44Humans prefer bee vomit rather than powder cane juice crystals and think it healthier. amirite?
Also about Science-53Covid has taught us that the "experts" are worthless and we dont know is an exceptable answer, amirite?
Also about years, species, and humans+161There won't be humans in 500 years. Enough people choke themselves while jerking off that we gave it a name. We aren't a species meant to last, amirite?
Also about years, species, humans, and millions+49Someday, in millions of years, dogs could evolve to be a species similar to humans, amirite?
Also by Alixkast+55the less you know the more you are happy, amirite?
Also about years, species, humans, and millions+272It's interesting to think that if we started a full on nuclear war and destroyed everything about our civilization, including the people, the Earth would start to heal itself and after millions of years evolution would begin all over again and create a new dominant species completely different from humans, amirite?
Also about years, species, and millions+42One thing people often forget is that evolution requires not only a vast amount of time but a huge amount of luck, as well. For every primitive cell that figured out a way to remove waste or protect itself from the environment or undergo division, there were trillions of failed cells that were killed by inadequacy. Meaning that every existing species is a culmination of the luckiest .0000000...1% of cells that have been evolving for millions of years, amirite?