If a woman’s place isn’t in the home, then it should be the man but man or woman, somebody needs to be in the god damn home, amirite?

It doesn't have to be a single gender or a single person in the family - it can alternate. But yes, somebody needs to do the work at the home and look after the children.

Doesn’t it seem somewhat bizarre to you that dead soldiers, who gave their lives for the country, get one day to be recognized but homosexuals get an entire month for simply being something they admit they have no control over. It smells more of a political agenda than an actual celebration, amirite?

It isn't fair at all. The soldiers who give their lives for the country deserve the month. Gays don't need to feel that special, it defeats the whole point of "normalizing" it anyway. Counterproductive. And it unfortunately promotes the idea of being lgbtq+ for attention rather than because you really are. Like it sounds horrible to say someone says they are gay for attention, but I mean, wouldn't at least some people? They get a whole freaking pride month!

Snow White probably had sex with one of the dwarves, considering there seven men, and one lady. amirite?
@Itsjbutera There's no reason to assume the dwarves were straight

The movie came out in 1938. The characters were straight 😂

Barn Owls were probably thrilled when we finally invented barns. amirite?
Barn Owls were probably thrilled when we finally invented barns. amirite?
It will be more beneficial to teach the alphabet in QWERTY order to kids, amirite?
@Boknows12 The order in which we learn the alphabet is really only a way to make sure we know all the letters. The pattern of...

I know as a child, I was confused looking for the letters on the keyboard as they were not in alphabetical order.

And the order of the alphabet is NOT just to learn all the letters. In this age of technology, people have forgotten how to use glossaries and dictionaries all ready, it appears 😂😂

It will be more beneficial to teach the alphabet in QWERTY order to kids, amirite?
Let's walk through a hypothetical. A world in which parents, when they had children, lied to them about a made-up person who would occasionally visit their house. The parents use this lie to make their children do what they tell them to do, as well as to make them prepare the house for this mysterious and made-up guest and bake and leave out sweets or presents for this made-up guests, which the parents would take for themselves. They get their children excited about this fake person they will never see, and make them believe that he buys things for them when he indeed does not. Amirite?
(Santa Clause)
@2928280

My parents also used it to guilt trip me. "If you don't do what we tell you to do, Santa won't bring you presents." Now they use other things, like taking away piano lessons or not letting me do sports anymore. But when it was Santa Clause, it made me feel more powerless to make any arguments about anything, even if I really felt like I was right. Parents also use it to scare their kids into obedience. There's no point in using Santa Clause at all.

Let's walk through a hypothetical. A world in which parents, when they had children, lied to them about a made-up person who would occasionally visit their house. The parents use this lie to make their children do what they tell them to do, as well as to make them prepare the house for this mysterious and made-up guest and bake and leave out sweets or presents for this made-up guests, which the parents would take for themselves. They get their children excited about this fake person they will never see, and make them believe that he buys things for them when he indeed does not. Amirite?
(Santa Clause)
@2928280

That's just not what Christmas is to me. If all Christmas is to a child is believing that a guy with a beard is bringing you toys... that's really sad. I mean, I celebrate it as a Christian, but even in a non-religious way, do you want Christmas to be a consumer thing or a spending time with family and giving each other gifts thing?

Getting a trampoline from Santa Clause was fun, but it would have been more meaningful to know my parents answered my request for a trampoline rather than bearded guy who gets you whatever you want. Also, teaching kids to make Christmas lists/write letters to Santa Clause is a terrible idea. It teaches children not to be happy with what they have and to not believe their parents would get them what they want - and it also encourages wanting more different things than what they have.

Once, when I was seven, my mother got a video of me on "Santa Clause's" lap and he asked what I wanted for Christmas. I felt put on the spot because even as a seven year old, I really was happy with what I had and didn't really have a Christmas list. So I just said, "Anything. ...World peace." All of my mother's facebook friends and their facebook friends thought it was staged. It wasn't. Belief in Santa Clause is ruining the idea that a child can be selfless and not just care about getting presents.

Believing in Santa Clause is most definitely not one of the happiest memories of my childhood. I wish I never thought there was some stranger bringing me Christmas presents. I wish I had thanked my parents for getting me things instead of believing that a random red-suited guy actually cared about what I wanted.

I moved to upstate NY and now everyone says elementary like elemenTARY. I said elementary (correctly, like element-tree) and one girl had the audacity to tell me I was pronouncing it wrong. Honey it's just you and the rest of upstate New York - nobody else says elemenTARY! Amirite?
There exists a set of finite actions that, if I performed them in the correct order, would make me a millionaire in a day. I just don't know what they are. Amirite?
@Toounknown No ...no... Steady work 5 days a week is the best way... You invest in a 401 k ... And when you turn 55 you get to...

You don't WAIT for luck, you work hard and maybe you get lucky. Hard work only gets you so far though. Mark Zuckerberg? A really smart guy who worked hard and also got lucky. My mother? A really smart, driven woman who works really hard and has gotten lots of degrees and has a good life but alas, not a millionaire.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion if someone is retarded or not, amirite?
@Toounknown I know i understand the word... To me its a fun way to point out your embarassing mistakes...it certainly started...

You shouldn't use it anymore though. Its connotation isn't good. You said elsewhere you thought English is a broken language? It isn't, you just don't understand it.

Let's walk through a hypothetical. A world in which parents, when they had children, lied to them about a made-up person who would occasionally visit their house. The parents use this lie to make their children do what they tell them to do, as well as to make them prepare the house for this mysterious and made-up guest and bake and leave out sweets or presents for this made-up guests, which the parents would take for themselves. They get their children excited about this fake person they will never see, and make them believe that he buys things for them when he indeed does not. Amirite?
(Santa Clause)
@2928248

I had been lied to and I didn't appreciate it. I would be more than happy to make cookies for them, but they said that they were for Santa clause.

If making the leftists and liberals open their eyes and get a reality check takes my small posts then so be it, argue with me, and try to prove my points wrong, but do it with facts, and not feelings. Amirite?
@You are not worth the argument. You already made up your mind the moment you separate people out by their...

That whooole statement was hypocritical, Mister Anonymous. He may be generalizing liberals, but that's because a lot of them are one way and some of them aren't like the others. He's going by the majority.

I know I'm conservative, and I also know that I'm much different than the others I agree with politically or theologically (i.e. I didn't vote for Trump). But I'm fine with the Republican party being generalized because, well, most of them are the same, and I know I'm different.

I'm going to say a simple fact here: It is painful to agrue with a liberal, because even when you both know you're right, they just. Keep. Going! Have you seen the TFP Student Action videos? "So, if you identified as a cow, and you said you were a cow and everyone said you were a cow and you acted like a cow, would you be a cow?" "Functionally, yes." Functionally, no! This person is only saying yes because he refuses to go back on his point or lose an argument, even though he'd completely wrong. If the human body attempted to digest the stuff cows eat or mate with cows, it wouldn't work, because he's a human, and not a cow, yet he keeps his argument going because be it far from the standard liberal to actually admit he/she was wrong.

It's similarly hard to argue with Trump supporters, but they're a different breed and don't speak for the entirety of the Republican party. The best Trump supporters are the ones who vote for him just to have conservative representation in the government - pro-life and such. If there are people who think Trump is actually a great guy after his outright lie tweets about election fraud and trying to overturn this democracy, well, they have for real issues.

There are people on both sides with problems, and here you are, telling someone they aren't worth the argument because they've made up their mind already, when you, in fact, have already done the exact same thing. So I don't really want to hear it, Mr. Anonymous.

As for AnonymousUser116, I'm not sure exactly where you are on the conservative spectrum, but I stand by you against the liberals (or at least, most of them - I have known there to be exceptions) who always argue even after they've lost. :D

Everyone is entitled to their opinion if someone is retarded or not, amirite?

You need to not use the word "retarded" cause... well, obviously. It's become a derogatory word, regardless of what it actually means or how it used to be used.

If you mean uneducated, then sure, if you mean stupid, yeah go for it, but mentally disabled and diagnosed? ...not sure I agree.