+599There should be a Pedobear seal of approval button just for me right in between the "Yeah you are!" and the "No way" buttons, amirite?
+253Its awesome when you make a shot into the trash can from far away and no one else in the room sees it except that one other person who is smiling and nodding in approval at you, amirite?
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+188Recipes shouldn't be allowed to end with "serve and enjoy". If I don't enjoy it then technically I haven't followed the recipe, and therefore have no-one but myself to blame. It's ransoming my taste buds for its own sick self-approval. Some ego complex, amirite?
+256So, X-rated websites have been given the approval to have the XXX domain name? That's sure going to confuse fat people when they are shopping for clothes online, amirite?
+280If you think that the way someone chooses to present themselves is 'ridiculous', that's probably because they're not doing it for your approval. amirite?
+82People put too much emphasis on the approval of others when they should just accept themselves the way they are, amirite?
Why are people allowed to kill endangered species? Cecil the lion strolls around in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe in November 2012. (Paula French via AP) So you thought there was only one American health-care worker paying big bucks to slaughter majestic African wildlife and running afoul of authorities in Africa in the process? Turns out there’s another. Walter Palmer, meet, Jan Seski — doctor, Pennsylvania resident, hunter and, more recently, suspect. On Sunday, Zimbabwe’s National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority accused Seski, 68, a gynecologic oncologist and surgeon who practices in the Pittsburgh area, of illegally killing a lion in April, inflaming the growing international outrage sparked by Palmer’s killing of the iconic lion known as Cecil in early July. [Cecil the lion’s killer may have trouble avoiding extradition, experts say] The wildlife authority said Seski killed the animal — without approval — with a bow and arrow on land where it was not allowed, near Zimbabwe’s Hwange