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Also about children+239Alcohol creates lust. Lust brings fornication. Fornication brings children. Children become adults. Adults are miserable. Misery loves company. Company finds bars. Bars serve alcohol. Alcohol creates lust. It's the circle of life, amirite?
Also by TheSimmeringFrog-47The left always champions a cause to make the younger population fearful and to join their movement. It’s control through fear. Now it’s climate change where as a generation or two ago it was global warming, acid rain, and the complete opposite calamity, the coming ice age (These shall never be mentioned or brought up by the way. That is forbidden). It’s not until you’re older and wiser that you figure out it was total bunk all along designed to manipulate you, amirite?
Also about children and questions+357It would be fun to walk around pretending to be from a children's television show. For example, every time you're at the grocery store, ask the person behind you questions like, 'The food cost $28. I have $13. Do I have enough? Let's count together.' amirite?
Also by TheSimmeringFrog-61California Governor Gavin Newson is a classical leftist hypocrite, amirite?
Also about Family+46Chances are you would never have been born unless your parents made up after at least one major argument. Amirite?
Also about children and childish questions+98Seems like Amirite is little more than children asking childish questions and three or four unhappy trumpanezes who think they’re all that, amirite?
Also about questions-48If Amirite was around in the 1960s, it would have had better thought provoking questions than the questions being asked today, amirite?
Also about children, questions, and angry+486We get so mad at children for asking "why?" all the time, but shouldn't we be angry at ourselves instead? Have we become so desensitized to the world? Where are our questions? Why do we take everything for granted? Are we so accustomed to everything wonderful that we have lost our curiosity? We need to revive whatever died when we left childhood, amirite?