+281Sometimes, jealousy can be a very good thing because it motivates people to strive to achieve that same level of sucess, or jealousy can even be a slightly skewed version of respect. It's when a person begins to resent the person he or she is jealous of that the bad side of jealousy comes out, amirite?
+412Dear Teacher, I understand you're trying to make the groups "balanced," but it really sucks for all the kids who actually care about their education, amirite?
+135Being told to gain some weight can be as frustrating as being told lose some weight if your body is that way naturally, amirite?
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+299I'm not upset because you accidentally bumped into me; I'm mad because you turned around to see who you bumped into, saw me, and decided I didn't deserve an apology, amirite?
+204There is no such thing as an overachiever; some people just set different levels of achievement for themselves or define sucess differently, amirite?
+368It feels really good when someone compliments something you got at a thrift store/rummage sale/as a hand-me-down. It feels even better watching their reaction when you tell them where you got it, amirite?
+100A vegetarian who supports abortion doesn't quite make sense to me. I'm not saying either side of both is right or wrong, but how can you advocate animal rights but ignore human rights, amirite?
+15After writing a large number of thank you notes, you start feeling a tad insincere because you've written "thank you" or "thanks" or "I really appreciate..." even if you are sincerely thankful, amirite?
+152As much as it sucks studying and taking the AP exams, it will actually be worth it if you can earn those 3-8 credits for college, amirite?
+14Sometimes, you see a post that you really like, but it has a cool number (42, 123, etc.) that you second quess whether or not you'll comment, amirite?
+9After viewing "Supersize Me," you swore you'd never eat McDonald's again and told everyone about the horrible things in the food there...until you ate there again two months later, amirite?
+132The problem with swearing isn't the words themselves (afterall, they are just words); the problem is people use them in spite or because they don't have a better replacement word. Swearing is only a problem because someone decided certain words were "bad" and people took advantage of that. amirite?