+124in the future, our kids will be "telesexing" with other kids and stealing our jetpacks while we scold them to death, amirite?
+11I'd rather be lame and ugly than some popular pretty chick with no future. :) amirite?
+332this world is not only becoming artificial, but people are too stuck in the past or future to see the beauty of the world alone, amirite?
+104Thinking how far we have gotten in the history of the world, with new advancements in technology, makes the future world seem like we are in the the days of modern 1400's. It seems so awful that we are destroying the world with all of our new technology though. So in reality, the future, with all it's technological advancements, will be bad. amirite?
+184If you had the opportunity to know exactly what was going to happen to you in the future, you wouldn't have wanted to hear it. amirite?
+167The past is never as good as we make it and the future is never as bad as it seems, amirite?
+212000 BC: People killed each other over stupid things 1 AD: People still kill each other over stupid things 2000 AD: People are still killing each other over stupid things. Reasons change (natural resources, but still stupid) Future (maybe 4000 AD): People will still be killing each other over stupid things. The reasons might change but no doubt they'll still be stupid. amirite?
+20In the year 2121, I am expecting there to be inventions like the Skyak, Spray Food Cans, and the Wizard... otherwise I will know that Phil of the Future lied to me. amirite?
+254Dreams do not tell the future and they don't recreate the past. They tell of your thoughts and feelings, take your pain and start the process of healing. And although they do not last forever, they are an inspiration for your future endeavors. So watch closely in your sub-conscious mind, and great success you'll find in time. amirite?
+9TIme machines, jet packs, and teleporting machines HAVE to happen in the future, amirite?
+152The music played today (and in the future) will never sound as good to you as the music from your childhood, amirite?