The plural forms for foot and tooth are "feet" and "teeth", but "beeb" is not a word. amirite?

Also, beet is not the plural for boot.

You know someone who had COVID-19, amirite?
@2928178

If you don't mind the question, how bad were the symptoms in your case? Were you left with any post-COVID symptoms?

You know someone who had COVID-19, amirite?
@Thinkerbell Yes, a few, but fortunately none of them died.

Glad no one died.

Unfortunately, a coworker had it and passed away from it recently.

Can someone please tell me what exactly covid hospital treatmemt is.. Honestly im curious.. What are they doing that is causeing these nurses to be exahausted, and what would someone who cant get to a hospital do at home...all the doctors are doing is bitching, if they could enlighten us to what treatment is ..many would be able to fight covid at home.. amirite?
Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo, amirite?
@Lil_Princess

Apparently, it's a grammatically correct English sentence: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B...uffalo_buffalo

(I found this hilarious when I found out about it for the first time.)

GB, MB, KB and other forms of digital storage amounts are the only forms of measurement that are consistent across the world, amirite?

Even these units can be confusing sometimes.

There are people who use K, M and G to refer to powers of 1024 (1 MB = 1024 KB, 1 GB = 1024 MB). However, in other cases, they are used to mean powers of 1000 (1 MB = 1000 KB, 1 GB = 1000 MB).

For example, hard disk manufacturers usually use the powers of 1000 variant when informing HD sizes. However, the disk size as reported by your computer is commonly shown using the powers of 1024 variant. So, your HD may say 500 GB in its label, but your computer may show a different, seemingly smaller number (465.66 GB).

To avoid confusion, there are people who reserve KB, MB, GB to refer exclusively to the variant involving powers of 1000, and use a separate set of names to refer to the variant involving powers of 1024: KiB, MiB, GiB, which stand for "kibibyte", "mebibyte" and "gibibyte".

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?
@alongalone

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.