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If you look in your rear view mirror and move your car forward because you noticed the person behind you is obnoxiously close, it defeats the purpose and is super annoying if they move forward, too, amirite?
Nine in the Afternoon is the only Panic! at the Disco song that doesn't have an unusually long title or a music video that looks like a dream. amirite?
@name Dunno. Mona Lisa is a pretty short title. So is Hurricane and Trade Mistakes. Pretty Odd as well. Lying is the...

Or "There's a Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought Of It Yet"

Toasters are a truly great invention, they're like tiny, mini, super-fast ovens. There should be other tiny, mini, super-fast appliances, like a washing machine that can wash and dry one article of clothing really quickly, amirite?
@acisseJ I'm almost sad because I know I will never own one :(

There is one... Most times they're in small complexes or apartments. It's really for like 2 or 3 outfits, but one could work just as well.

Regardless of if it's a good idea or not, the government does not have the right to put anti-smoking pictures on packs of cigarettes, amirite?
@HopeImrite That's exactly what he's saying

I replied to a different part and didn't realize it just sent my comment right to the end, where he'd already addressed what I said. But hey, thanks for informing me of something I already knew.

It's annoying when girl's moms try to be their friend, especially when they let them do whatever the fuck they want. Be a parent, not a "bff", amirite?
@Sometimes when your mom lets you do whatever you want, even if you're responsible, makes you feel like she doesn't care.

Or maybe she cares enough to let you have the experience yourself. My mom is the only person I trust completely; she's my best friend. She knows when to be a parent and when to be my friend, but she also knows that I need to make my own decisions and have my own experiences. Mothers who let their daughters do whatever they want aren't necessarily "bad parents" and it doesn't mean they don't care. Girls, or really anyone in general, will end up making whatever decision they want, regardless of input from their parents. It's definitely easier to admit a mistake and attempt to fix it when you have support from your parents, instead of constantly hearing "I told you so" when they try to get help.

Regardless of if it's a good idea or not, the government does not have the right to put anti-smoking pictures on packs of cigarettes, amirite?

I agree that the government doesn't have the right to do this, just because the government isnt given the right to control propaganda for companies by the constitution. All this really boils down to is the interpretation of the constitution: strict or loose. The government likes to tie the interpretation problem to emotionally driven issues, and a lot of people are blind to what the government is actually doing because all they want to focus on is what affects them right then and there. The government is doing the same thing with gay marriage. The constitution doesn't specifically give the government the right to allow or prohibit things such as gay marriage, but if any laws for or against it are passed nationally, it'll give the federal government more power over the people in the long run.

Regardless of if it's a good idea or not, the government does not have the right to put anti-smoking pictures on packs of cigarettes, amirite?
@AtheisticMystic Everyone already knows how bad cigarettes are, the media and schools hammer it into our brains. Anyone that smokes...

If they know the harmful effects smoking has on them and they still don't care and continue to smoke, then putting pictures of possible dangers on cigarette packages won't make a difference either.

If you think about it it's better for women not to fake orgasms, sure his ego may get hurt, but he'll learn how to do it right. amirite?

Sure women shouldn't, but we do anyways. Sometimes it's just easier that way.

Getting your heart broken is sort of like jumping into ice-water. At first it hurts so much that you cry, cringe and scream, but after a while you get used to it and you become numb, amirite?

That is the most depressingly true comparison I've ever heard.

Boogers are 50x grosser if you think of them as nose pus, amirite?

They're gross either way...

If you get pulled over for speeding in the fast lane on the highway, a cop isn't going to be like "Oh! You were in the fast lane? Haha, nevermind that the speed limit is 60! Please, keep going 75!" Amirite?
@a_fetus True, but you're less likely to be pulled over for speeding in the fast lane than you are for speeding in a slower lane.

Not really. In those "authorized vehicle only" things on the side of the road where the police like to hide with their radar guns, they're more likely to catch you speeding in the lane closest to them versus someone in the middle or right lane speeding.

If you get pulled over for speeding in the fast lane on the highway, a cop isn't going to be like "Oh! You were in the fast lane? Haha, nevermind that the speed limit is 60! Please, keep going 75!" Amirite?
@foreveralone I don't understand the point of this.

Point is, just because you're driving in the fast lane, doesn't mean you're entitled to special treatment, so you don't get to go faster than the speed limit.

You are lazy. I am lazy. The world is lazy. amirite?

I was too lazy to read "you are lazy" so I read "you're lazy" …

If you have a problem and you are presented with a solution but you choose not to take the opportunity, you have no right to complain, amirite?
@WinniethePooh You have the right to do anything

Of course you have the right to do anything but most people don't want to listen to someone complaining when they refuse to do something that is entirely possible to fix their situation.

If you have a problem and you are presented with a solution but you choose not to take the opportunity, you have no right to complain, amirite?