The fact that gay couples can't reproduce is a pretty good hint that they shouldn't be together, even from an evolutionary standpoint. It's survival of the fittest, and gays obviously can't survive.

From an evolutionary standpoint, gay people make up only about 10% of the population, not exactly enough to create a human shortage crisis.

From a "being a decent human being" standpoint, basically you want to deny them rights because you judge them to be genetically inferior to yourself? There was a man named Adolph Hitler who had that same philosophy.

Life isn't actually short in terms of amount of time alive. It's just that we're expected to figure out in the first 20% how to spend the rest 80%. The only time we actually get to enjoy life purely for the enjoyment of life is during those 5-6 years before starting school. We're rushed through everything so much that the amount of time we spend actually "living" life is incredibly short, amirite?

This reminds me of the John Green quote from Paper Towns:
“Did you know that for pretty much the entire history of the human species, the average life span was less than thirty years? You could count on ten years or so of real adulthood, right? There was no planning for retirement, There was no planning for a career. There was no planning. No time for plannning. No time for a future. But then the life spans started getting longer, and people started having more and more future. And now life has become the future. Every moment of your life is lived for the future--you go to high school so you can go to college so you can get a good job so you can get a nice house so you can afford to send your kids to college so they can get a good job so they can get a nice house so they can afford to send their kids to college."

It's really fucking awkward when someone you don't like attempts to sit next to you. You're like, "Oh that seat is saved. Yeah, that one too. They're all saved. All of them. Yeah, including that one." Amirite?

That's an asshole move... just ignore them, this obnoxious chick took my seat the other day and I just pretended I didn't mind and sat excluded from all my friends, while she sat there in the middle of all my friends just basking at the joy of making me angry... little did she know, I was waiting in her house with a bat and a shovel, waiting to kill her and chop her body up with the shovel and feed it to her cats.

The final duel between Harry and Voldemort didnt seem as epic in the movie, no one was around to watch it and when he saw everyone in the Great Hall they showed no emotion. Its like nbd..I killed Voldemort..not like thats the point of the whole series, amirite?

I call and raise you an awkward death. I mean, what was with the exploding people? Since when has the killing curse done that? I loved, loved, loved Sirius' death in OotP (despite my liking of the character) because it was so sudden and real and made you stop in your tracks and think, "Oh my god. Did he really just die!?" Bellatrix was all like, "I'm gonna go all confetti on your ass for that. Mmm, hmm!" And voldemort was just kinda like, "They told me I could be anything, so I became paper! Watch me fly awaaaaaay!"

Anyway, that was my rant. It's over now.

No matter what people say, there are such things as stupid questions, amirite?

"If you're from Africa, why are you are white?"

Getting married to have sex is like getting on an airplane to have peanuts, amirite?

I expected all the comments to be really serious, about sex and marriage, but nope, they're about peanuts x)

You have stood awkwardly outside of your parents bedroom at 2 in the morning contemplating whether you should wake them up to tell them you have just thrown up over your whole bed, amirite?

Looks like someone woke up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy....

Lost hikers: "I WHIP MY FLARE BACK AND FORTH I WHIP MY FLARE BACK AND FORTH..." Horses: "I WHIP MY MARE BACK AND FORTH I WHIP MY MARE BACK AND FORTH..." Douchebags: "I WHIP MY PAIR BACK AND FORTH I WHIP MY PAIR BACK AND FORTH..." People could have more fun with this than they had with the opening line of Dynamite, amirite?


In those movies when the moral is "be careful what you wish for", the main character never seems to get exactly what they wished for, just some twisted variation of it. amirite?

I know. It's like "Ok, I want peace on earth." "Great, in order for your wish to come true a giant capybara must come and eat south America" and you're like "lolwut?"

How can homosexuality be genetic when homosexuals don't reproduce? amirite?

Well, judging from the relatively low rate of homosexuality, it would most likely be a recessive trait and recessive traits have a tendency to skip generations. But that's assuming the absolute simplest possible method of inheritance (which is unlikely considering just how rare homosexuality is). It's more than likely a trait that's controlled by linked genes or polygenic inheritence. But that's a little more complicated.

That being said, it's highly unlikely that it's completely genetic or completely based on prenatal conditions.This is because there are cases of identical twins where one was homosexual and the other was not. Environmental factors are at play as well.

But in response to the OP, studies have found that people are more likely to be homosexual if one of their biological siblings was also homosexual, meaning that homosexuality is definitely and without a doubt influenced by genetics