+66Even if, for some unlikely reason, we attain world peace and live in a perfect world with everything we need, humans would still be unsatisfied with their way of living and still want the unnecessary unknowns even if they would ultimately ruin the utopia they live in.
+57It's ridiculous how some people think that genocide is the answer to poverty and terrorism, amirite?
+49It's possible for any period of time to be an age of enlightenment when it becomes the time someone realized who they are and developed the ideas they believe in, amirite?
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+168When you were younger, you thought sleeping together was just sleeping on the same bed, amirite?
+103Plato's ideas were right. Democracy is very flawed but so are many other kinds of governments. That being said, all countries should be ruled by Technocrates, people who are well-educated but do not seek power, only more knowledge, and also argue with logic and reason, amirite?
+19In this century, televisions are getting thinner and thinner while humans are getting fatter and fatter, amirite?
+693Imagine if we had a library filled with every book ever created. None of them have titles on the cover and the pages are blank, but when you open one, you are instantly transported to the world within the book. You get to live the story as any character for as long as you like. And when you come out of the story, almost no time has past in the real world. This would be the greatest library ever, amirite?
+16It's strange how in every episode of Family Guy, the first couple of minutes have almost nothing to do with the main plot, amirite?
+142Murphy's Law: The probability of your bread falling butter-side down is directly proportional to the price of the carpet it will fall on, amirite?