DictatorCourtney

Any guy that tries to win your love with a six point plan doesn't deserve a second of your time amirite?

What if that six point plan is: 1.) Loving me as I deserve, 2.) Taking me places and hanging out with me, 3.) Being nice to me, 4.) Doing what ever he can to help me or make my life easier, 5.) Being faithful to me, and 6.) Proposing to marry me. Because that sounds like a pretty nice plan.
A plan isn't always a bad thing or necessarily a conscious thing. If it was to trick me into loving him, that would be different.

The only part of your body that is 'you' is the 2% of your brain that you can control. The rest of your body is just a vessel to transport 'you' around, amirite?
@JimiHendrix My bad. I know we use 100% of our brain but I always thought the bulk of it was for involuntary movements while...

Yeah. The cerebrum is like 85% of the brain and that's what controls conscious thought or something. If I had to say where I am or where my soul is, in my body, I would say the brain. Plus you couldn't really function as well with parts of it missing. But, again, I agree with the sentiment, so now I think I'm gonna click YYA.

The only part of your body that is 'you' is the 2% of your brain that you can control. The rest of your body is just a vessel to transport 'you' around, amirite?

We are able to use 100% of our brain on a daily basis. The myth that we are only able to use ten % or so of our brain is just that: a myth. At rest and just thinking, you only use about ten %, but we are able to access all parts of the brain.

I agree with the sentiment though.

http://www.scientificamerican.c...rcent-of-brain

People believe in God or evolution. Maybe God created evolution? Amirite?
People believe in God or evolution. Maybe God created evolution? Amirite?

I'm Catholic and I believe in evolution. In fact, the Catholic church has stopped teaching creation for a while now. My mother and my cousins learned about evolution in Catholic school. The Pope has actually been talking about it recently:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/409...ang-pope-says/

When you were little you always wanted to be left handed, amirite?

I am left handed, though I can paint and write with my right hand, so I have to ask, why? Why would you want to be left handed? Does it matter?

Its really odd and unconventional that Jimi Hendrix never won a Grammy, amirite?
Oompa Loompas are just overgrown carrots, amirite?
@TotalTrekkie That's very insulting to Oompa Loompas everywhere. You should apologize.

Yeah. I mean Oompa Loompa's aren't alcholics, sex addicts, or tanorexic.

Its really odd and unconventional that Jimi Hendrix never won a Grammy, amirite?

A lot of good bands or artists don't win Grammies. So I don't know about odd or unconventional, more like... sucky.

Oompa Loompas are just overgrown carrots, amirite?

Overgrown Snookies.

The people that use guns to kill innocent people are going to get guns regardless of the gun control laws. So having strict gun control just means that people that use guns for protection won't have anything to protect themselves when a criminal shoots at them, amirite?

I actually looked up the correlation between gun control laws and crimes because of this post. I was surprised to say the least. But there should still be strict rules in who can get guns legally. I don't really have a problem with people who get weapons for protection or even hunting for food, and then are responsible with how they take care of them, locking them up.

I guess I'm trying to say that the laws we already have need to be more enforced. That before people can get a gun, they should be given psychiatric evaluation along with the background check to make sure they aren't potentially dangerous. I would feel much safer. And also that just because some criminals could get a gun no matter what, doesn't mean we shouldn't make it as hard as possible or give up trying to stop them.

Stupid people are a danger to society, and should all be locked up in a far away tower where no one can hear them, amirite?
@Neighbor Thumbs down for using the same grading methods I use.

Public stoning for pretending to own a universal grading system. Better?

Stupid people are a danger to society, and should all be locked up in a far away tower where no one can hear them, amirite?
@Neighbor D- for using "poor" too much.

F- for not realizing that repetition is a literary device.

Stupid people are a danger to society, and should all be locked up in a far away tower where no one can hear them, amirite?
@Neighbor Your phrasing was poor. B+ for effort, though. You also gain style points by invoking Godwin's law.

Your wit is poor. Your analytical skills are poor. Your ability to invoke mild dislike with one obviously wrong comment is excellent. C + because no one likes the kid who knows that what he's saying is wrong and relying on a misconception but tries to make a witty comment anyway.

C'mon, man. I obviously wasn't calling Jewish people stupid, and the point I was trying to make was pretty clear.

From the way that evolution-deniers talk, you'd think that a "theory" was something that scientists made up inbetween hits of ecstacy at 4:30 in the morning after a wild party, amirite?
@BreakfastFan And for anyone who says that gravity is a law and not a theory, you're wrong. It's called the Universal Theory of...

It's a law and a theory. Newton has a Universal Law of Gravity, which is kind of just that things are attracted to each other. The theory is why it happens. The law is the observations on how it happens. The theory explains why the law happens.

http://thehappyscientist.com/sc...-theory-or-law