Im tired of hearing covid is unprecedented and we could not have known, amirite?

While the origins of both diseases may be similar, COVID-19 is much more infectious. That's why the word "unprecedented" is used.

For example: only in my country (Brazil), since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been, in total, more than 800000 cases of COVID-19, and more than 40000 deaths. Yesterday, there were more than 32000 new cases and more than 1000 new deaths.

Comparatively, SARS had 8098 cases worldwide (at least according to Wikipedia).

People who are good at freestyle rapping were probably really good at timed essays in high school. amirite?
It’s so annoying when people call you “kid” even though you’ve hit puberty, amirite?
@Lil_Princess It doesn't bother me now but it did for a while

I also don't find it annoying, but just a bit amusing when it happens. :P Some people never stop seeing you as kids.

It’s so annoying when people call you “kid” even though you’ve hit puberty, amirite?
@Lil_Princess I'm 41 and my best friend still calls me kiddo

I'm 29, and the woman who works as housekeeper in my home since I was a teen still refers to me and my brothers as "the kids".

You like some cover songs better than the original song, amirite?
@Cedardoor

Great one, thank you for sharing!

You like some cover songs better than the original song, amirite?
@2898773

Great song! Thank you for sharing. I didn't know it.

Making your way in the world today takes everything you've got, amirite?
@where have I heard this before?

It's from the theme song of the "Cheers" TV series.

The Scientific American link returned 404 for me, but here is a working link:

https://blogs.scientificamerica...ve-5g-is-safe/

However, there is another article, also from Scientific American, that seems to hold the exact opposite position:

https://blogs.scientificamerica...ring-about-5g/
(I haven't had the time to read the whole article yet, but it looks relevant to the discussion, so I'm leaving the link here.)

R: "I don't like bugs, okay. They freak me out."
S: "Interesting. You're afraid of insects and women. Ladybugs must render you catatonic."
If you can recall which two characters said these lines you watch too much television, amirite?
@JanHaskell Guilty as charged: Raj and Sheldon

Haha, I don't remember that dialogue, but I can totally see it being a dialogue between Raj and Sheldon.

Most problems can be solved with a nap. amirite?

I wish that that was true - waking up from a nap and finding out that the problem is gone.

If that happened, I'd probably wake up again afterwards, because it would have been a dream.

You like some cover songs better than the original song, amirite?
@2888092

Whenever it has Willie Nelson in it, there is a high probability that I will like it.

You like some cover songs better than the original song, amirite?
@2888011

Great one too, thank you for sharing!

You like some cover songs better than the original song, amirite?
@2887566

Good one; thank you for sharing that.

A friend borrows this or a neighbor borrows that...What has someone borrowed from ya but never gave it back?

There was a PC game CD that I lent to a teacher in school, but I never got it back. Unfortunately, it was lost or damaged (I don't remember the exact details). But it was no big deal.

The one that I found the funniest was:

51. When Canada's Northwest Territories considered renaming itself in the 1990s, one name that gained support was "Bob."