@I_Predict_A_Riot I guess I'll input my opinion. You can't really argue with this statement though. I'm very pro-life, like, VERY...

I've said this a million times, but I really just simply cannot understand the perspective of someone who thinks it's NOT okay to get an abortion...except if you're raped. Both cases include a terminated pregnancy. Both were "innocent babies". If you're not okay with one woman "killing her baby" why on earth would you be okay with someone else doing the same? It's hypocrisy. It's not about protecting life, it's about making sure women who have sex when she wasn't supposed to get what she deserves.

One of the best things about wearing high heels is the confidence boost it gives you, making you feel tall and slender, amirite?

Yes, but the other guys look at me funny :(

Sure a lot of guys prefer curves over 'skin and bones', but that doesn't mean people have to make naturally thin girls feel bad, amirite?
@foryoublue Beauty is subjective, so really everyone is beautiful to one person or another.

You bring up a good point. However, I hate the phrase 'Everyone is beautiful'.... Rapists aren't beautiful. Murderers aren't beautiful. Kidnappers aren't beautiful.

Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home. Amirite?

That's the great thing about Hogwarts, it'll always be there. Who knows, maybe someday we'll see our kids go there...continues on rest of speech while tries to cover the fact that she hasn't memorized it yet

Its awesome how you can feel happy, sad, scared or aroused just because of the arrangement of pixels on your screen, amirite?
@Ffet_Wobbu where are the studies on this?

You can find all the studies on arousal based on pixels on "pornhub.com"

It's weird to think that the moon we look at is the same moon everyone else in the world is seeing-- celebrities, murderers, world leaders, amirite?

Its also wired that that is the same moon that was seen by the ancient Egyptians, Chinese, Greeks,
Aztecs, and Romans. It's also the same moon that will be seen by whoever is here 10,000 years in the future.

It's weird to think that the moon we look at is the same moon everyone else in the world is seeing-- celebrities, murderers, world leaders, amirite?

This reminds me of something that Andy Warhol said about Coca-Cola - that everyone drinks the same Coca-Cola - homeless people, celebrities, you, etc. No amount of money can buy a billionaire a better can of coke than the one you're drinking.

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.

Bromances are just wierd, amirite?

You spelled "sexy" very, very wrong.

When you hear the song "Don't you want me baby...?" you think of eating cookies while breaking up with your mop for a swiffer, amirite?
@afterawhile I think of Glee...

More specifically: the most SuperMegaFoxyAwesomeHot-est person in the world: Darren Criss

It's not fair that 'A dream within a dream within a dream' is an award winning blockbuster, but 'A woman within a woman within a woman' is just an unpopular Russian toy. They could've done so much more with that idea, amirite?
It's annoying when two gay people you don't even know, and whose relationship probably won't affect your life in any way, try to get married, amirite?
@1248401

I mean this with the most respect possible, but that answer is a pile of horse shit.

I understand that it can be easily misconstrued that I'm just hating on you because you said you didn't completely agree with homosexuality, but that isn't the case. Just as tolerating homosexuality can be seen as being "pro-gay", the same can be said of the opposite. The main reason homosexuals wish to be married is not to "destroy the sanctity of marriage", as so many conservative Christians like to believe, but because of the simple issue of equality. Why do hate crimes occur? Because we're seen as disgusting; as something less than a person. It boils down, again, to equality.

Not "supporting" gay rights is not such a very long leap from hate crime. You want me to be thankful for living in such an accepting society? Tell me that after YOU'VE been hospitalized after having the tar kicked out of you in a back alley. It certainly wasn't you who did that to me, but....

Sure opposites attract. But there's a reason why no one says opposites stay together. amirite?
@fatima The phrase "opposites attract" isn't a true one.

the phrase "i'm not doing your mom" isn't a true one, either

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Half your heart died with Fred Weasley, amirite?

I will never forgive J.K Rowling for killing him. Never.

When faced with two choices, simply toss a coin. It works not because it settles the question for you, but because in that brief moment when the coin is in the air, you suddenly know what you are hoping for. amirite?