+18You always have a choice. Choosing between something bad/immoral and death is still technically a choice, amirite?
+131Technically, it's not completely wrong for people to refer to American English as just American. It differs enough from British English in pronunciation, spelling and sometimes grammar to be considered almost a dialect, amirite?
+16If life were a fandom, technically you would be shipping yourself with your crush, amirite?
-87Technically, we're all outside. We're just in a house that's outside, amirite?
+219Most laughs that you hear on TV shows today, were recorded in the 1950's which means,technically, you're hearing dead people laugh, amirite?
+7Boris Johnson was born in America, so technically if he lived there for 14 years he could run for President. This is highly amusing, yet mildly horrifying, amirite?
-220To end the gay marriage controversy we could give gay couples the same rights as straight couples when they get married except call it something else. That way the religious people couldn't complain because it's technically not "marriage,", amirite?
+270Even though they technically mean the same thing, "thank you" is so much more formal and sincere than "thanks," amirite?
+219Technically, every flavor other than the original is unoriginal. amirite?
+206Air conditioning actually doesn't necessarily mean making the air cooler; it just means conditioning it to the right temperature, so technically heaters are air conditioners too, amirite?
+13It's kind of weird how, polygamist marriage is not only unrecognized by the government but it's illegal. Because I hear about politicians sleeping with multiple women all the time, only they do it out of wedlock, which is technically worse, amirite?
+15People always say how they are forever alone. Look at the bright side of that. Technically if you are forever alone you are also forever available, amirite?
+227Drawing (or painting) is technically an illusion. By looking at different colors and pencil (or brush) strokes, the viewer sees a scenery or an object, amirite?