Learning to be on your own makes you a good match to be in a relationship, amirite?
@Stereotypesexist absolutely agree! Can't love others without learning how to love yourself first

I know how to love myself. Slow feels better at the end, but if you're in a hurry, you gotta speed it up a bit.

Because of listening to music out of earbuds and headphones on our phones, we do not know what songs the people we live with like to play on repeat. amirite?

I wish the world wasn't so loud so I wouldn't need to wear them all the time.

We just tell ourselves fantastical fabricated stories to give meaning to our objectively pointless existence. amirite?

Or perhaps our existence actually isn't pointless, but we explain it away to avoid the reality we are eternally held accountable for our life.

Either way, it is not a hard fact that our existence is pointless.

One of worst thing that can happen to you in a debate, is that you a agree with your opponents arguments. amirite?

That's just called losing the debate, this must always be an option you are open to, otherwise you're not actually interested in debating or having a debate.

The guy who decided where each key goes on a keyboard has more influence on you than can ever imagine, amirite?

🤔 I suspect you severely underestimate the power of imagination and overestimate the influence this has on people.

You don't know how your body functions but your brain does, even though you are your brain. amirite?

Even crazier, what about a cut. Even a brain dead person will heal a cut.

At some point, someone's foot was exactly one foot long. amirite?

Fun fact: before accepted standardized units of measure, middle ages rulers would adjust them to their benefits. Especially when it came to land measurements.

AI and humans will have a symbiotic relationship, not an adversarial one, amirite?

simbiosis implies mutual benefit

we'll benefit from AI, but at some point we'll be of no benefit to AI

The sinking of the Titanic must have been one of the greatest offerings to Poseidon ever. amirite?

with the oceans rising, he's gonna have all the offerings he could want

No one wishes you better health and safety than your insurance company. amirite?

Nah, they want some small, cheap fixes. Otherwise, you would probably decide you don't need it.

Baby Shark has more views than there are people on Earth, and it targets a demographic that can't chose what it watches. amirite?
@srilart by demographic that can't chose what it watches, you meant the parents?

"Hey Google, Play Baby Shark on a loop until bedtime"

And there's your views.

Creating a national holiday for essential workers would not give essential workers a day off. amirite?

Nope but think of all merch Walmart and target would sell. They would change their logos for the day and sell shirts, hats, banners etc and say they will donate. They would pander to the demographic for publicity…

We always talk about dick size, but never width or height. amirite?
@lazar94 this dude is the member measurement messenger

They are called "Dongmensions", and their number is three:

1) Length

2) Girth

3) Curvature

Baby Shark has more views than there are people on Earth, and it targets a demographic that can't chose what it watches. amirite?
@Kasie How can a six month old be too old for anything?

There are multiple different trains of parenting.

The one you are referring to and the one many people here are referring to is "let your kid do whatever it wants" as a way to make the infant happy and sated. Often this can lead to a stronger bond between an infant and the guardian.

Whilst there is another train that believes that a young infant is prime for development and you should use the opportunity whilst you have it. Like giving them something multi-lingual to watch (think Dora as a kid). This train can mean making your kid do things it doesn't immediately want to, which can cause a bit of resentment in the infant.

Because of listening to music out of earbuds and headphones on our phones, we do not know what songs the people we live with like to play on repeat. amirite?
@opensofias (it is, but don't tell me, I'll get mad) Im from Switzerland, so prepare for some "Schlager". Her favourite is...

aight this isnt something i would listen to for sure. i asked you for examples cuz you mentioned it being for elderly or something so i assumed you were hating on 70-80s songs in general. anyway my bad.