+172We should have a fat tax. For every pound overweight someone is they must pay X more dollars monthly in taxes. This would be a good way to decrease obesity in America while increasing our governments revenue. amirite?
+602You know something's wrong with our society when we pay the people who collect our garbage more than we pay the people entrusted with educating our future. amirite?
+4With the hygienic attention paid now...we must be a healthier nation. Amirite? More
+14Our culture might be missing a feeling of gratitude toward the animals we eat... Like chickens and cows. Natives have the right idea when they pay homage... More
+325Britain shipping their prisoners to Australia in the 1700's and 1800's has to be the stupidest thing I've ever heard. "Hey guys, instead of building a prison to contain convicts here, let's do it 10,500 miles away in Australia! That way we get to pay for ships, a crew and building supplies, all without adding any jobs to the economy here!", amirite?
You just landed the perfect job with great pay...only drawback is you must relocate. Would ya still take the job or stay where you are at? More
+575When someone unexpectedly offers to buy something for you, you will say no one time and then pray to god they offer again. You certainly don't want to pay for it myself, but you don't want to seem like a greedy bitch, amirite?
+18If Trump gets elected, Canada should build a wall and make America pay for it, amirite?
+603It's annoying when your buddy wants to get your attention, but you want to pay attention to what the teacher is saying, amirite?
Noticing Changes - Would You? *** It might be fiction or not; this "everyday" story reminds that in a balanced relationship, both parties are expected to contribute to its growth. ** My husband and I, married 13 years, were dressing for a party. I’d spent all day getting a haircut and permanent, then as we were leaving, we met in the hall and he said nothing. I complained that he had not even noticed my hair. "You used to pay attention to every little thing, and now you don’t notice anything! You take me for granted!" My husband stood there rubbing his face as he let me rant and rave. Then it hit me: He’d shaved off his six-month-old beard. **** Link: http://www.rd.com/joke/noticing-changes-joke/