Let's say that when you die you have a choice to either be reincarnated into another human or disappear into nothingness forever, knowing that if you wanted to live again there is a chance you may be born into poverty (almost half the world live on less than $2.50 a day) or some other terrible situation like be born with a defect or disease, you would...[Show All] choose to fade out of existence entirely, amirite? [Show Less]

Living takes too much effort.

It's a shame that being skilled with a ball allows you to get away with atrocious crimes against humanity. Amirite?

I ball with skill.

You met someone from the internet in real life before, amirite?
@deprece Yes and it's a very strange experience because people are sometimes different on the internet than in person

I agree with that but I think some (or a lot) is because when you read someone's messages having never met them, you create a voice for them in your head. And with this voice, you kind of predict what their personality is like. So finally when you meet them in person, they seem completely different than what you imagined.

It is so unfair that Albon had his right to gun ownership questioned based on his religious headwear as a leader of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

If there's any justice, the almighty Flying Spaghetti Monster will smite those who are oppressing this fine messiah. I hope all the true believers offer up a bloody meatball sacrifice, and pray for his redemption. You think he's more of a swarm of locusts type, or just good old lightning?