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Also about love+715It would be interesting if a really, really masculine lesbian (that was looking for a female love interest) and a really, really, feminine gay man (that was looking for a male love interest) met and fell in love, amirite?
Also about Relationships-10Who cares if Rightys wants to kill their opponents? What's MORE important is that
Mr. POTATO HEAD has no balls thanks to leftists. This makes me so sad because I love balls and I need balls, balls are very important to me. I love a man with balls and this news is devastating. amirite?
Also about playing and spend+492A movie takes 1-2 years to make, you spend about 2 hours watching and you probably know the names of the actors, producers and director. A song takes a few weeks to produce, you spend 3 minutes listening to and you probably know the artist who wrote and performs it. You spend about 10-100 hours playing a video game, and you have no clue who dedicated 2-4 years of their life making it, amirite?
Also about important, love, and spend+11how come we have to spend so much time on our educations? there are a lot more important things in life, like family. when we pass away, will it really matter how educated, smart, or successful we were? doesn't family and love matter more? amirite?
Also by Toounknown-94Drug dealers do what the people want...dr.s do what the government requires, amirite?
Also about important, puts, and problems+51Sometimes, when people say others are worse off, it's not to belittle your emotions or to make you feel as if your problems aren't important. Some make that comparison so you can put your issue into perspective, which can potentially make you feel better. It depends on how you interpret "others are worse off." If you interpret it as the speaker belittling you, you might feel worse. If it puts things in perspective, you may feel more in control of the issue, and in turn, feel better, amirite?
Also about playing and trouble-119You always wanted a parent to catch you and your friends playing the board game Trouble so that when they asked what you were doing you could say: "Gettin' into trouble!", amirite?