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Also by LookAnAltAccount+18Pickle flavored snacks taste more like pickles than actual pickles do, amirite?
Also about Language+5It's weird that butcher knives can be called meat cleavers, but axes aren't called tree cleavers, amirite? More
Also by LookAnAltAccount+51A vegetable grows down before it grows up. amirite?
Also by LookAnAltAccount+88The Cortana button on Windows 10 is probably hit more on accident than on purpose, amirite?
Also about Language+65If you scroll far enough to the right in Excel, you can create every word in the English language. amirite?
Also about Language+19It really sucks when you accidentally hurt someone, amirite? More
Also about language and speaks+255When you find out someone speaks an exotic foreign language, you ask them to say something in that language, and then they say "what do you want me to say?" Amirite?
Also about language+73Technically sign language is the first language. amirite?
Also about language and accent+204It's fun to speak in a different language with a different accent. Like talking in spanish with a British accent, amirite?
Also about notice and language+116If you are multilingual, you don't notice when you create a weird hybrid language that uses both English words and those from another language, amirite?
Also about notice+401Whenever you see a deep, meaningful post, you can't help but notice how beautifully articulated it is, and the deep message. You also can't help but notice minro spellnig errros, amirite?
Also about language and speaks+210When you've been trying to learn another language, and you meet someone from that country who speaks your language fluently, it's always an inner battle whether or not to try out your language skills in case you embarrass yourself, amirite?
Also about language and accent+202Isn't it a little ridiculous that Hollywood films portraying foreigners have them speak to one another in English with an accent of their own language, rather than in their own language altogether? I'm German, but I never speak to mai fazer like zis, ja... amirite?