Clothes are socially enforced bondage gear, amirite?
@Kionix You wouldn't make that claim in Canada or Russia during winter

Also bugs

And my poor eyes having to witness such things

We live in a society in which greed has won, as we cannot thrive — let alone survive — without obtaining and maintaining something monetary to trade for non-negotiable necessities. amirite?

Greed is good, greed is God. Bad god, that one. Many worship the prick all the same.

An onion forces you to cry over it's dead body. amirite?
Shoe size is the same as dick size to a foot fetishist. amirite?
@SnooStories Not really. To my understanding, foot fetishes are less about foot size and more about foot quality. I'm not an...

Foot fetishist here: Yea, bigger feet are not necessarily better feet. However, as an enjoyer of dicks I could say the same about those. Also, not every foot fetishist will have the same preferences obviously lol

People laugh about how cats love boxes, but if there was suddenly a box bigger than you in your living room, you'd probably go in it too. amirite?
@jodzdzownica ❗️

Snake? Snake? #SNAAAAAAKE!

People laugh about how cats love boxes, but if there was suddenly a box bigger than you in your living room, you'd probably go in it too. amirite?
People laugh about how cats love boxes, but if there was suddenly a box bigger than you in your living room, you'd probably go in it too. amirite?
It's weird to think that there's an environment out there where we as Humans are perfectly adapted to survive in without technology. amirite?

considering that's what we did, i don't think it's that weird.

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

If there's such a thing as a soul (which is a belief you can find some variation of in most religions), then this technically isn't true. It's more like your brain is an operating system and you're just using it.

You don't know the details of how your phone works do you?

We're living in the short period of history where all of humanity can easily interact. In the past it was impossible, and in the future we'll be too far apart, amirite?
The sinking of the Titanic must have been one of the greatest offerings to Poseidon ever. amirite?

Not really.

'''
SHIP DEATHS
RMS Titanic: 1,494
MV Doña Paz: 4,386
MV Wilhelm Gustloff: 9,400
'''

And that's only for isolated incidents. In 1274, ~1/3 of a Mongol fleet sank in a typhoon while attempting to attack Japan, and ~13k people drowned. The Mongols returned in force 7 years later, and lost another ~70k souls to yet another typhoon.

The universe is still in its infancy and we are probably just one of the first organisms to develop in it, amirite?

Time passes faster in other areas of the Universe relative to our existence on Earth. So imo chances are that there are beings far more developed than humans.

Older people might take longer to answer, not because of brain deterioration, but because they have more things to consider because of life experience. amirite?

Let me guess, you think all old people deserve respect even if they're total pricks.

Your brain knows how to wag your tail even though you don't have one, amirite?

For about half a billion years our ancestors had tails. It is deeply encoded into our DNA. It's also why we have a tailbone.

A person who is in a vegetative state is technically an inanimate object, amirite?

Yeah but what about a vegetable that is in a personified state tho?