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Also by Framie1+7One of the most validating feelings in the world is being liked by a friend's pet who "doesn't like ANYONE!", amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+61Billboards and fast food signs magically change, you never see who does it, amirite?
Also by Framie1+73Calling the birthday paradox a paradox is a paradox itself. amirite?
Also about banana+260It's interesting that, because we're familiarized with it, we can recognize a candy/drink/etc. flavor as something that it really doesn't even taste like. For example, banana flavored candy tastes nothing like a banana, yet we can still tell that it's banana flavored. It's like, we basically have 2 tastes associated with one flavor: 1 taste for the actual food, and 1 for the one that's flavored like the actual food, amirite?
Also about cat+225A single woman having a cat doesn't autimatically make her a crazy cat lady, amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+48Putting salt on your food is technically just eating rocks, amirite?
Also about cat+198The term 'copy cat' is sort of weird. You think cats would inspire something more like 'arrogant cat', or 'stuck up cat', amirite?
Also about cat+24In an episode of Tom & Jerry where they're attacking each other with fireworks, Tom is killed in a firework explosion that creates the 48 star U.S. flag, which Jerry salutes. He sends a letter, asking to send more cats. JOKE: Jerry has been on a cat-killing spree. Whenever he kills another cat, another star is added to the U.S. flag. Every time that happens, Jerry watches the [new flag] firework explosion, saluting the new U.S. flag. So that's 48 cats killed, now ready to add a 49th star. USA! The 13 stripes represent the first 13 cats Jerry killed & did so all at once. A real killer, amirite?