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Also about Science+95Dolphins are almost as smart as humans, and have a really complex language. Chances are they probably swear like sailors. amirite?
Also about Science+123An integer overflow in humans is sarcasm. amirite?
Also about eye contact+454You completely avoid making eye contact with pushy vendors at the mall. amirite?
Also about seconds and eye contact+96It would be funny to creep out a sibling by running to their room late in the night and ask breathlessly if you can borrow a ruler. Once they give it to you, run to your room, slam the door, and be completely silent for around 30 seconds. Then come out of your room with a big smile on your face and thank them profusely. They'd probably have trouble making eye contact with you for at least a couple weeks, amirite?
Also by Sybersonic+43If humans just appeared in Mickey and Goofy's world, nobody would notice because they'd probably just think we were pig people, amirite?
Also about eye contact+405It'd be weird if making eye contact literally meant touching eyeballs. Amirite?
Also by Sybersonic+66If the universe is a 4d hypersphere then with a big enough telescope we could see into our own past, amirite?
Also about machine and eye contact+224Accidentally making eye contact with the gym don juan-abee while you're on the hip abductor machine with your legs wide open should be avoided at all costs, amirite?
Also about eye contact+304It is really awkward when you are alone and open the door to a long hallway just as someone else does on the other side, and you have to walk the whole time without creepingly staring or awkwardly avoiding eye contact completely, amirite?
Also about eye contact+156It's really annoying when people make excessive eye contact and repeat your name a lot, as if they learnt socialization from a business networking book in the airport, amirite?
Also about eye contact+689If you think about it, just driving to the grocery store, you pass hundreds of people you've never met before, that have their own stories, their own dreams, and their own problems. But, we may never know anything about them. It's miraculous to think that the random stranger at the mall that you accidently make eye contact with could one day be a very important part of your life, or nothing at all, amirite?
Also by Sybersonic+55It's possible that we are the second generation of humans and the first got wiped out. amirite?