It would have made the kiss scene with Hermione far more interesting.

Hermione: "Oh, Ron! runs to him"
Ron: "hits Hermione in the face with the ladder"

Anonymous +191Reply
Percy Weasley is really underrated, without him Fred and George's jokes wouldn't be nearly as fun, amirite?
How the hell did the guys who climbed Mt. Everest ever get down? amirite?
@Vinvu Google it, amirite?

Why does nobody love me?

Anonymous +232Reply
Love isn't about ridiculous little words. Love is about grand gestures. Love is about airplanes pulling banners over stadiums, proposals on jumbo-trons, giant words in sky writing. Love is about going that extra mile even if it hurts, letting it all hang out there. Love is about finding courage inside of you that you didn't even know was there, amirite?

You obviously don't know what love is. Love is taking the trash out for your mom when you know she had a long day, it's holding back from saying that little comment that will ruin your friend's day, it's picking up your significant other's favorite flavor of ice cream even though you don't really like it. Love is about denying the selfishness of human nature because you love a person enough to do that little something for them.
The sweet feeling of a grand gesture will fade in time, the little sacrifices permeate forever. You have some growing up to do.

It isn't premarital sex if you have no intention of getting married, amirite?
It isn't premarital sex if you have no intention of getting married, amirite?

"But the main problem I have with the phrase "premarital sex" is that I've had sex, but I've never had premarital sex. I never plan on getting married, therefore nothing I do can be premarital. I've never had premarital sex, just like I've never had pre-Bar-Mitzvah sex, because I never plan on having a Bar Mitzvah; I've never had pre-boat-ownership sex because I never plan on owning a boat. It implies marriage is a goal that everyone should aim for in life, and that simply isn't true - even though the majority of people wish to get married eventually, it isn't something that I, nor a lot of people want, so the timeline of "premarital, marital and (probably) post-marital" shouldn't be considered the absolute norm that everyone is expected to conform to." - Simon

Anonymous +100Reply
It's not so much "bullfighting" as bull torturing and murdering, amirite?
why dont the newscasters cry when they read about people who die, amirite?
Anonymous +44Reply
"No means no" is either dating advice, or the world's shortest Spanish lesson. amirite?

inb4: Dwight replying to one of the top comments, an anonymous user not getting the joke, someone being offended by the post for some obscure reason, a grammar Nazi going on about the present passive subjunctive participle or something, a link to a youtube video about something to do with a post, a reply to that comment with a link to a youtube video with absolutely nothing to do with the post, a "chain" of some sort ending with a variation of "C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER!", and an unsure anonymous user saying "I'm an idiot, amirite?" unaware that cliche went out of fashion.

Amirite should have a TV commercial, amirite?
Some of the best words you'll ever hear your parents say: "Honey, we'll be gone for a few hours," amirite?

for me, this means:


If I'm José, Amirite?
@That makes seven of us.

What are you? Horcruxes?

It doesn't matter how many fish there are in the sea if you are stuck in a fishbowl, amirite?

I wanted to write something like "Well go out somewhere new and meet people. Geez, it's not that hard. Also, if you're not old enough to drive or get away from your isolated community you're not the right age to be worried about relationships" but decided not to since tweens would undoubtedly tell me that I "don't understand" and that "just becuz im 13 dont mean i is not in love". So I won't say it.

Cannibals have a cup of Joe every morning for breakfast, amirite?

"Gotta have my Joe, Gotta have cereal"