You know an economics class should be required when people think soldiers should be paid more than football players, amirite?

I agree that it's kinda messed up that football players are paid more than soldiers. But if the clubs can afford it, why not?

This is offensive. Why would you even want to joke about something like this?

There'll probably be someone who'll tell me that this is the internet and that I should get a sense of humour. But I still find this offensive and disturbing.

@Redemption This is offensive. Why would you even want to joke about something like this? There'll probably be someone who'll...

Wow, i sure got a lot of downvotes. Hahaha.

Even if I weren't christian or if a joke was made about the god of another religion, I'd still find it disturbing and insensitive. But as Uzumaki_Naruto pointed out, this is the Internet. I suppose I should just ignore whatever I find offensive.

You don't want grow old, amirite?
@I would have yya this, but you forgot "to"

I just realized! I feel like an idiot now!!

Wanna hear a clean joke? John took a bath Wanna hear a cleaner joke? John took a bath with bubbles Wanna hear a dirty joke? Bubbles was a man, amirite?

I thought John fell into some mud.

Elderly people are stuck in a world that is unfamiliar to them. They're treated like children because we think they're incapable if understanding anything, when really they should be respected for their wisdom, amirite?

On the other hand, there're the elderly who act immature. Not all old people are wise. However, I agree that there are certain old people who are wise and deserve our respect.

Stupid girls; always wanting their boyfriends to hear about their menstrual cycles. Hahaha.

The information to Terms & Conditions could hold the cure to cancer, but nobody would know, because we never read it, amirite?

Wouldn't the person who wrote it know?

Guys: If you had testicular cancer and the fastest cure was a painful kick in the balls, you would probably pick chemo therapy, amirite?

I'd just get myself anaesthetized before receiving the kick.

When someone gets offended after being called gay, then they are homophobic because they think that being gay is something to get offended about, amirite?

Or they could be offended because someone is using the word "gay" as an insult.

Sometimes when you look at all of the bad things happening to good people in the world, you feel so utterly helpless, amirite?

and all the good things happening to bad people

Guys: If you had testicular cancer and the fastest cure was a painful kick in the balls, you would probably pick chemo therapy, amirite?
@Redemption I'd just get myself anaesthetized before receiving the kick.

Oops didn't think about that. Haha I'd still take the painful kick though.

The power/standby symbol looks like Pac-Man sticking out his tongue, amirite?

O_O what's with you and power/standby symbols? Hahaha

In the same way that charging a very small amount for parents being late to pick their kid up from day care can let them buy off their guilt, transferring 50% of labour pain to the father would not be worth giving up the leverage, amirite?

This reminds me of a joke I read:

A married couple went to the hospital to have their baby delivered.
Upon their arrival, the doctor said that the hospital was testing an
amazing new high-tech machine that could would use radio waves
to transfer a portion of the mother’s labour pain to the baby’s father.
He asked if they were interested. Both said they were very much in
favour of it.
The doctor set the pain transfer to 10% for starters, explaining that labour was a very intense experience and that even 10% was probably more pain than the father could possibly handle. But as the labour progressed, the husband felt fine and asked the doctor to go ahead and kick up the pain transfer machine a notch.
The doctor then adjusted the machine to 20% pain transfer. The husband was still feeling fine. The doctor then checked the
husband’s blood pressure and was amazed at how well he was doing.
At this point they decided to try for 50%. The husband continued to feel quite well. Since the pain transfer was obviously helping the wife
considerably, the husband encouraged the doctor to transfer ALL the pain to him.
The wife delivered a healthy baby with virtually no pain and the husband ...

It's about time the church got over its whole "Being Gay is a Sin" mentality. I get that way back when being homosexual was taboo, but now it's a common and generally accepted part of modern society. I'm not saying that the church needs to go around promoting homosexuality, but it needs to move with the times and stop ostracizing those who can't help their sexual preferences. amirite?

The church should accept and love homosexuals instead of condemning and ostracizing them even if we believe that homosexuality is wrong.

To put it simply and bluntly, it's loving the person but hating the sin.

What do you think?