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Also by Cicely+21Daydreaming is like a whole other world to explore. Imagination that is being reached again, or is being reached for the first time. amirite?
Also by Cicely+274Talking about sex, penises, boobs and hookers does not in fact make you "cool" or "mature" or "grown-up." It in fact just makes you look like a child. Sure, every once in a while can be funny, but, if that is all you can joke about, you should probably learn some better humor. amirite?
Also about sex+342You want the same birth control Samantha Jones (Sex in the City) uses. That woman has had more sex than your crazy neighbor has cats, amirite?
Also about sex, talking, fact, and mature+282Talking about sex and drugs and swearing all the time does not make you look more mature. In fact, it has the opposite effect. amirite?
Also by Cicely+381Trying hard not to laugh when you are extremely tired or just giggly, at the worst of times, can be troublesome. amirite?
Also about learn, grown, and fact+192When you think about it there's no real sexism in women to be the one in the kitchen. In fact most most of us have grown up in a society where tasks had already been categorised. That's why guys learn how to repair a car and that's why girls know how to cook. amirite?
Also about sex+367You imagine that lots of married couples practise ABC Sex: Sex on the Anniversary, Birthdays and Christmas. Amirite?
Also about child, talking, and learn+193A firm talking to and letting kids learn from their mistakes can actually benefit them. If a child won't listen when you tell them to stay away from the hot stove, just scald them and they'll learn their lesson, amirite?
Also about sex, talking, and learn-174No, Ke$ha is not trashy. Just because she sings about clubbing, sex, and drinking doesn't mean she actually does all that on a regular basis. Maybe you should learn what the hell you're talking about before you make those judgements, amirite?
Also about child, learn, and grown+100It's sad how adults will refuse to explain their reasoning for something "because I'm the grown up you're the child I don't need to explain myself to you." I understand there's times where you may not have time or you simple can't explain that to a child, but for the most part, you are doing them a great disservice by refusing to explain yourself. Not only do they miss the opportunity to learn from seeing a logical thought process, you make them feel about this big --> I I, amirite?