Disney shouldn't make a movie about a lesbian princess. That's a conversation that a lot of parents don't want to have with their kids at princess-loving age. amirite?

If they're introduced to it in an enclosed family space it will be a lot less awkward than when your little girl points to a lesbian couple in public and asks why two girls are holding hands. You can't shield children from the real world forever.

If gay people are fruity, then straight people are veggies and bisexuals are tomatos, amirite?

Can transgenders be V8? It tastes like fruit juice, but it has vegetables in it.

You'd commit sins with the Weasley twins, amirite?
The South has such good family values. They're keeping gay marriage illegal because marriage should be between a man and his sister, amirite?

Oh, but as soon as a woman mentions marrying her sister all hell breaks loose. Love is love GODDAMIT!

If you argue that aborting a fetus is wrong because it is cutting off potential life, then by that logic, any moment when a woman isn't pregnant is wasting potential. I mean, seriously, why are you even reading this right now when you could be getting nasty? This is a matter of life and death! Amirite?

My two cents that no one asked for:
Abortion is a women's choice. But so is having unprotected sex. If you knowingly don't take the steps to prevent pregnancy I don't think you should get an abortion. If the condom breaks or birth control fails then go ahead. If you're raped I almost expect you to get an abortion. If you're gonna die get one, don't be a martyr. Abortion is meant to be for emergenies, not a form of birth control. The medical risks of getting an abortion aren't worth a night of unprotected sex anyway. Don't be stupid and always try to have safer sex.

@TheCatalyst (pikabeau):but as a homosexual why do you feel the need to marry? Marriage is a religious ceremony, the actual...

Marriage has a different definition for different people. In some places marriage is a contract that builds ties between two families in the form of an arranged marriage. Other places use marriage to show that a man owns a woman. And yet other people just use marriage for the tax beaks. No one knows for sure what started marriage, but we do know that marriage evolves and has very many different forms that have existed much longer than the marriage we know of today. Since marriage has changed before, I feel confident it will change again.

I seek a civil marriage and a commitment ceremony (no religion involved) so that my girlfriend and I can have all the rights awarded to married people and to show the world that we are committed to one person for the rest of our lives. I will call it a marriage because that's what it will be to me. I will have a wife, we will have children, and we will be just like any other couple that gets married because they're in love. Our sex shouldn't matter.

Its hilarious when a friend has one of those epic autocorrect fails, amirite?

You know what's even more funny? Going into your friend's iPhone and changing all the short cut settings.

Now when my girlfriend types "lol" her phone auto corrects it to "vagina butt" and she can't figure out how to fix it.

It's kind of annoying how everyone is suddenly jumping on the Hunger Games bandwagon because of the movie. amirite?

I didn't even know The Hunger Games was a book until a few weeks ago. I thought it was some weight loss reality show. I thought a movie based off a reality show was dumb.

Disney shouldn't make a movie about a lesbian princess. That's a conversation that a lot of parents don't want to have with their kids at princess-loving age. amirite?
Girls: You find it sexy when a guy loosens his tie. amirite?

I think it's hot when they tie me up to the bed post with their loosened tie ;)

Disney shouldn't make a movie about a lesbian princess. That's a conversation that a lot of parents don't want to have with their kids at princess-loving age. amirite?
@Your_Moms_Boyfriend Personally, I don't think it would matter. as for the people saying that homosexuality is something your born with...

You're straight, right? Why is it only straight people who say it's a choice? I find it convenient that the only ones who say it's a choice never made that choice. I know this is cliche, but maybe you should try to be gay. Since it's a choice I'm sure you could get a hard on for a guy just as easily as you can for a girl.

I know that many people will disagree with me on this, but I don't understand why the whole 'gay rights' thing is still an issue. I'm not going to say the Bible condones homosexuality, because it flat out doesn't. But at the exact same time, the Bible does not condone sinning, and every single person I've ever met is a sinner. Gay or straight, equal rights should be a given, at least in America. Jesus said, let anyone who is without fault throw the first stone & I'm definitely not without fau... amirite?

What the Bible says doesn't matter anyway. Didn't our ancestors come here to flee religious tyranny in the first place?

Abstainers: you don't look down upon people who are responsible and use birth control, amirite?
@Shun I don't look down on anyone that has sex, really. If you want to sleep around with guys, more power to you. It's...

"and I'm not the one that's probably going to get an STD."

Nope, you don't look down on the sexually active at all.

When a woman dresses like a slut and gets raped, she should at least share part of the blame. Amirite?
@That's not what I said at all. Punishment depends on the amount stolen, too. If you steal five thousand dollars...

You said, "there are aggravating and mitigating factors that determine a sentence. Having the woman dress up like a slut should be a mitigating one."
If that doesn't mean you think the man who raped the "slut" should get off lighter than the man who raped the girl in jeans and a baggy t-shirt, please tell me what you meant. But if that IS what you meant, why wouldn't you apply the same logic to the man in the suit? He was asking for it, wasn't he?

Prayer "aiding" recovery from disease is a result of the placebo effect, not divine intervention, amirite?

I feel like the whole "God works in mysterious ways" things is a just a cop out. When someone says something illogical that God says in the Bible or is assumed to be behind, Christians will just say it was God's will and we were not meant to understand it. As humans, we strive for understanding. I don't think a God that can't be explained would create people who want to explain Him. But of course every time I say that, people use their cop out.

Prayer doesn't work. It's been proven. Christians just laugh at it because you can't test God. But when a test for proof of God goes in their favor, they use that as proof that God exists. They cling to that one test for dear life, even though God doesn't like being tested.