"Sekeeth and Ye shall findeth" - I bet that's how it was then when Google was still in old english. Amirite?
@MusicIsAGift That was back when people watched TV in the dark, right?

I believe so yes. TV's then must have ran on firewood coz I'm sure they didn't have electricity at the time.

You had been in that situation where you've pushed the door close then stand there frozen for what seemed like eternity with a painful grimace on your face as you watch the car key taunt you from the other side of the car window. amirite?
Give a man fish nd he'll eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and sooner or later, he'll smell like one. Amirite?
@drhannah But I'm not trying to impress you.

It's my fault anyway. I don't know anything abt fishing nor do I eat fish and I can't laugh at my own joke.

Give a man fish nd he'll eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and sooner or later, he'll smell like one. Amirite?
@drhannah That's not funny.

Just fake the laugh then. I won't know the difference.

You'd think that some people have another planet they can go to with the way they treat the environment, amirite?

I can't agree with you more. Here is a case where being right actually gives me no satisfaction.

I never bothered to find out who invented velcro but eversince it came out, I always thought that it was some guy who probably had a painful experience with zippers. Having said that, most of you will be googling and coming back to tell me that nowhere does it say anything about pain and zippers then vote "No way" just to shove it to my face. Amirite?

I crafted the post to target those who vote only after reading the post through. I am not mainly after how many votes this post will get. I am more interested in knowing if the voters actually read the post through before they vote. Ultimately, I am looking at a scenario where the votes approximates the number of comments. If that happens, I would have achieved my original intent.

What really sucks is when the vacuum cleaner won't, amirite?

I'd do that but the wife said not to come home till I get that vacuum cleaner fixed.

I never bothered to find out who invented velcro but eversince it came out, I always thought that it was some guy who probably had a painful experience with zippers. Having said that, most of you will be googling and coming back to tell me that nowhere does it say anything about pain and zippers then vote "No way" just to shove it to my face. Amirite?
I never bothered to find out who invented velcro but eversince it came out, I always thought that it was some guy who probably had a painful experience with zippers. Having said that, most of you will be googling and coming back to tell me that nowhere does it say anything about pain and zippers then vote "No way" just to shove it to my face. Amirite?
If people have more shame in themselves. And if people could actually die of shame, we would be holding elections every 90 days. Amirite?
@Statefarm I don't get how that's relevant here.

And I was starting to think it was just me. :)

Somewhere here in amirite? has another Facebook idea and believes Mark Zuckerberg was more luck rather than creative genius. Amirite?
It is only when the sky is dark enough that one can see the stars. Amirite?
In most instances, people will insist that they are not too drunk to drive, amirite?
In most instances, people will insist that they are not too drunk to drive, amirite?
More often than not, it is the woman with a past who tends to be drawn to the man without a future. Amirite?

There is no claim on the statement being true on my part as the poster. It is why there is the qualifying question "amirite?" at the end. It is a question that solicits agreement or not which is the premise that I understood the website is built-on. There is no sexist motive but I accept that there will be sexist interpretations. That usually happens when we overthink or second-guess the intentions of a poster. I could have interchanged the genders and wrote it as "man with a past and woman without a future" but at this point, I am not very hopeful that it will change the allusions to my person. Just to reply to one comment, I am an engineer.