What came first? Phoenix or the Fire? amirite?

It's pretty sad that we can read one line from a seven book series and realize which word is wrong in that quote. And by sad I mean pretty freakin' awesome.@851612 (Skippy):

"It's not over till the fat lady sings." Well, then Harry Potter should've ended after the third book, amirite?

Unless you count Peeves as a fat lady. Because then it would fit.

How many people with alzheimers does it take to screw in a lightbulb? To get to the other side! amirite?

What do you call two banana peels? Don't cry, it's just a joke!

Christmas Eve feels like the longest day ever, and then Christmas day feels like it was too short, amirite?

And the day after Christmas is so depressing...it's like, everything is all over. No more gifts, no more songs, no more nada...

When you're watching some tender moment in a reality show, it's weird to think that there's some guy crouched in the corner filming it, amirite?

Oh, that's cool, they just found out they are going to be on the show. Wait one hot second....there's a camera there.

Not all fat kids love cake, amirite?

Some enjoy ice-cream.

Sitting by the fire, next to the christmas tree with a lot of presents wrapped underneath along with your family sitting around you with hot chocolate in your hands. Don't you just love the feeling of Christmas, amirite?

Sounds pretty perfect... if my dad gets out of the hospital in time for Christmas. I'm just an emotional wreck right now.

Johnny Depp's role in Alice in Wonderland was way overemphasized in the marketing. amirite?

My friends and I would listen/watch the advertisements that said "Starring Johnny Depp!" And we would be confused because we'd think "Johnny Depp plays Alice?

A haunted house would be a perfect place for a murder because people are paid to chase after you with weapons, your screams wouldn't be taken seriously, and, after you are dead, the next group would just think you are a part of the scenery, amirite?

You, my friend, are a genius.
My mind is officially blown.

You wonder if, in The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins intentionally gave Peeta, the baker's son, the name of a type of bread. And if you've never realized this, you wonder now. amirite?

Um, A lot of names have to do with things that relate to the person or where they lived. TONS of names from the books. Example? Rue and Thresh from the place that grew stuff.

Its ironic how pregnant ladies usually crave pickles and the mascot for a major pickle company is a stork. amirite?

What's even more ironic is that I was making paper snowflakes as I read this.

Tigris was my fave ha.
Just kidding.
I just barely finished Mockingjay five minutes ago and now I can finally look up The Hunger Games on every site without spoilers.

Disney movies are full of racists, rapists, and sexists, but you will still show them to your kids when you are older. amirite?
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Had a moment of way confused panic. Neat trick.

It sucks when you're settling down to watch a movie at the cinema and BAM human giraffe sits infront of you. amirite?

Human giraffe WITH A FREAKIN WINTER HAT. Who does that? This happened to me at the latest Harry Potter movie.