"Manuscript" is probably the classiest place to hide the word "anus.", amirite?
@poler10 And endorsement is a great place to hide semen...

Can I come over to night to look over your manuscript, and maybe give it my endorsement? hello smilie

Never use superlatives in a post because there's always going to be that annoying commenter saying something along the lines of "Yeah, I'm pretty sure cancer is worse.", amirite?

Well, not ALWAYS...

A victimless crime should not be a crime. amirite?

What if it's something that COULD have a victim, but doesn't always? Like... drunk driving for instance. If you drink and drive but manage to get from point A to point B, is it still a crime? And if not, can you get pulled over for it if you haven't hurt anyone? There may be better examples, that's just one I thought of.

Famous child star 1937: (Shirley Temple). Famous child star 2012: (Honey Boo Boo). What the hell happened? Amirite?

Two little girls getting all dolled up to parade around in front of adults? Not that much has changed.

You know somebody's a 90s kid if he/she was born between 1987 and 1993, amirite?
@I think '94 is the cutoff, or it should be.

Being a 90's kid doesn't mean being born in the 90s, it means being raised on the fads of the 90s.

Obviously the egg came first because dinosaurs and fish have been around a lot longer than chickens and they lay eggs, amirite?
@boxtop I think the question applies to chicken eggs, not eggs of other species.

How's this for reasonable thought: Animals were laying eggs long before chickens existed. One of these animals eventually evolved into the chicken. The first chicken hatched out of an egg that had been laid by a different animal. Therefore, the chicken egg came before the chicken.

It's very contrasting how J.K. Rowling made the epilogue 19 years later so she would not promote teenage pregnancy and Stephanie Meyers has Bella getting marrying and getting pregnant at a relatively young age, amirite?

Bella also fights against getting married for a long time. It's Edward, who grew up during a time when it's perfectly normal to get married at 17 or 18, who wants to marry her. She says no BECAUSE she's too young, and says (I may be paraphrasing), "I'm not 'that girl' who gets married after high school. Everyone's going to think I'm pregnant." Then eventually Edward persuades her. Mostly because she's a nympho and that's the only way he'll have sex with her.

People are probably going to hate me for saying this but I'm gonna say it anyway.

It's true that no one deserves to be raped, and it's true that dressing or acting in a certain way does not cause rape. However, rapists often justify the act to themselves because of how a victim is dressed or acting. I think people should be aware of this when they dress to go out. Honestly, wear as much or as little as you want, and do what you like, but make sure you have at least one friend you can trust, and that they don't leave your sight, or you theirs. Knowing self defense also has no drawbacks I can think of.

Some girls look better without makeup than with makeup, amirite?

Actually I'd say that line is pretty thick.

It is much classier to ask a girl's permission to kiss her than just going in for the kill amirite?

Classier? Sure. But I don't necessarily want a guy to be classy as much as I want him to be assertive and spontaneous.

If a kid buys a computer all by himself or herself, the parents should have no right to snoop on it and tell the kid what he or she can and can't look at, amirite?
Girls: You get wet when you see a really hot guy, amirite?

Something tells me this Anonymous is a guy who doesn't understand how girls work.

Guys: If a girl hits you first, you should be allowed to hit them back without looking like a jerk, amirite?
@I meant strength-wise.

Not all girls are weaker than guys.

Cheating on someone is a good indicator that you should not be with that person, amirite?
@Frank_n_Furter Cheating is natural, humans aren't naturally monogamous. Just because you cheat on someone doesn't mean they're not...

Humans have gotten far beyond what they are "supposed" to do. We're not "supposed" to have such a long life span, or live through cancer, but we can. We can also be monogamous. Personally, I don't consider myself emotionally capable of nonmonogamy. If you feel that monogamy is against your nature, you shouldn't enter into a monogamous relationship, since there are other options. So a person who does not want to spend the rest of his or her life with only one partner should not enter into a relationship with someone who would not allow him or her to see others.

Haikus can be fun, but sometimes they make no sense. Giraffe, amirite?

Yes. Yes I am. But "giraffe, amirite?" is 5 syllables, while "Refrigerator, amirite?" is 8. Thanks for the tip, though!