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Also about people imagine+615You wonder what blind people imagine what things look like. amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+110Everyone holds some sort of a world record, despite how specific and obscure it may be. amirite?
Also about human mind+210Even if you're religious, you should open up your mind to science, especially astronomy. You learn some amazing things about the universe, and sometimes your perception of what "God" is will change. Honestly, if he really exists, he is way more amazing and powerful than stated in the Bible. The Bible tries to describe what cannot be understood by a mere human mind. amirite?
Also about human mind+45Pixar films tells the importance of Human mind and memories, amirite?
Also about human mind-43It's sad to know that almost nobody knows the true power and beauty of Magic Mushrooms and what they can show a human mind, amirite?
Also by 404ChompyNotFound+82A conversation that starts with "Don't you think it's funny?" is not going to be funny. amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+80Nobody actually dies of "natural causes". We all die of some pathology or process that is inherently unnatural to living. amirite?
Also about human mind+84The beauty of things can not always be seen from the outside, for instance, the human mind is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful things known to us but it just looks like a hunk of meat, amirite?
Also by 404ChompyNotFound+22When you work at a hospital and get sick, all of your colleagues know exactly what is wrong with you, Amirite!?
Also about Money & Economics+129Unironically lot of people probably know the lyrics to Rickroll. amirite?
Also by 404ChompyNotFound+80There is probably a single day in our life when we go from "I wish to be older" to "I wish to be younger", amirite?
Also about human mind+473If the entire human race was to lose every single piece of technology available today, and every human mind was set back to that of 10,000 BCE, would we still be able to develop the same exact technologies that we have today, or would everything be different? amirite?