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Also about ambiguous0It's strange that most people use the pronoun "he" to refer to god, as it should be gender ambiguous, amirite?
Also about Scottish+64People rarely refer to themselves as Scottish-American or Korean-American. They'll usually just say "Scottish" of "Korean". But if someone says they're Japanese-Italian, you GENERALLY think they're half of each, not that they're a Japanese person living in Italy, right? So why don't we think that way of someone who is [insert ethnicity]-American? amirite?
Also about Law+69When you're younger, you worry about how others judge you and when you're older, you worry about how you judge yourself. amirite?
Also about Law+71The U.S cannot be saved or fixed without starting with those 2 letters (us) amirite?
Also about ambiguous+266You hate when you quickly leave an abbreviated and ambiguous note for yourself thinking that you'll know what it means later, and then when you go back and read it you have no idea what the hell you were talking about, amirite?
Also about Scottish-73When people say, "Oh yeah, I got some Scottish blood, French, blood, German blood and I'm actually one sixteenth native American, Chickasaw, I believe," it's completely meaningless. Just because you were born in Russia and have entirely Russian ancestry but have lived in America since you were three months old, you're not Russian. You are American. amirite?
Also about ambiguous+37A post may be ambiguous and you might not even notice. The OP may have a different idea in mind than what you thought it was, amirite?
Also by Achilles982-55If eating your dinner takes an hour, you're eating too much, amirite?
Also by Achilles982+35Dogs look at thier butts and see thier tails, but snakes look at thier tails and see thier butts, amirite?
Also about Law+83In every State that has the death penalty, anytime a defendant on death row is found guilty again of the same crimes in a retrial, the judge/jury should be permitted by law to keep the defendant on death row. So that a retrial if granted, would not be an advantage for the inmate to automatically get off death row, regardless to being found guilty again of the same crimes. Amirite?
Also by Achilles982+46"Weeknight" is rather a rather ambiguous word if you're Scottish. amirite?