If you can't keep a promise then you should never make one.

This is why I hate when people get mad at you for not promising things. It's like when people say, "You won't judge me, right?" BEFORE they tell you something.

Being drunk is when you have the worst coordination, the worst perception, the worst judgement, and the most confidence about all three, amirite?

And then people say "don't drive drunk!" as if drunk people always have the best sense of what they can and can't do...

You don't say usernames out loud very often, amirite?
@Sewcdf I especially don't say my own username out loud very often. How do you even pronounce "_ _ _ _ _ _" ?

"So I was on amirite? the other day and underscoreunderscoreunderscoreunderscoreunderscoreunderscore said the FUNNIEST thing..."

You will never know if the decisions you make in life are a result of you actually making a choice or if that is how it's always been meant to happen. amirite?

The way I see it, you do have a choice in the moment, but when it comes down to it, things are going to work out one certain way or the other in the end. That specific way is molded by all the choices you make. So there is a set way, but there's no big ominous "script" sitting somewhere, to use the metaphor made in VicZinc's comment above. You have choices, and your choices create the future that will happen.

Sometimes you wonder about insignificant stuff, amirite? For example, who was the first person to try a pizza, or the first person to dip oreos in milk.
Sometimes you wonder about insignificant stuff, amirite? For example, who was the first person to try a pizza, or the first person to dip oreos in milk.

Or the first person to find a potato in the ground and think, "I should eat this."

"Absence makes the heart grow fonder" vs. "out of sight, out of mind," "it's the thought that counts" vs. "actions speak louder than words." Proverbs contradict each other way too often, amirite?
@StickCaveman That's so there's one for every occasion.

True. Look at the comment below yours, that was really my point

You have at one point wondered if every other human in the world wasn't alive, and that they were activated by your presence somehow; that you were the only person truly experiencing consciousness, Amirite?
@Ueki How is it scary? If it's true, it's not like you can do anything about it, so why worry.

I wouldn't say I'm quite WORRIED about it, but.. I can't really explain why it freaks me out.. It just does..

you're welcome for that extremely intellectual reply

You will almost always be more likely to win an argument when you don't use swear words

And if you're not scared off by them

You have at one point wondered if every other human in the world wasn't alive, and that they were activated by your presence somehow; that you were the only person truly experiencing consciousness, Amirite?

This is one of the scariest things I think about.

You have at one point wondered if every other human in the world wasn't alive, and that they were activated by your presence somehow; that you were the only person truly experiencing consciousness, Amirite?
The only time in your childhood that you actually enjoyed standing by the microwave for an entire two minutes was to watch the popcorn pop.

Ever microwaved a marshmallow?

In order to discourage under age smoking and drinking, all films and TV shows ever released featuring characters smoking or drinking should be edited with CGI. Instead of smoking, they're now eating a stick of celery. And instead of drinking alcohol, it's fresh orange juice. Please, won't somebody think of the children?
In order to discourage under age smoking and drinking, all films and TV shows ever released featuring characters smoking or drinking should be edited with CGI. Instead of smoking, they're now eating a stick of celery. And instead of drinking alcohol, it's fresh orange juice. Please, won't somebody think of the children?

I feel like very few people got the sarcasm..

Human beings have free will

From their own perspective, everyone has free will. I can decide whether to eat vanilla ice cream or chocolate ice cream, it's up to what I want, but in a larger perspective, I'm going to pick one or the other. Nobody knows what it is I'm going to pick, and in the moment, I am making the choice, but there is one set way that things will turn out.

So yes. Also, no.