Because they'll have sex with you.
This is such an ambiguous question.
I never do. If a commercial interests me, I always look at reviews before I buy it.
Well, duh. No one randomly takes a pregnancy test unless they think they have the symptoms, or are trying to get pregnant.
I had to disagree with this because practically every comment on her YouTube videos is this post. She's a great singer, but seriously, can't everyone just get over her weight?
You can open posts in a new tab! You have to right click on the comment icon though.
It's okay. For the most part, you have control over your physical appearance. Therefore, you have the power to control how you want others to perceive you. You can't dress like a homeless person and then get mad when people assume that you're a homeless person.
However, you should still have an open mind and a willingness to get to know a person, regardless of your initial judgement.
I don't think it will ever happen, and it doesn't need to happen anyway. A Japanese person who speaks only Japanese doesn't understand an American who only speaks English, and vice versa. Nothing is wrong with this, so why does their need to be a universal sign language?
It really isn't that hard to wash those things, and by eating from what came from the pan or colander, you do have something to do with them.
If I dislike the idea of a post, if I vote on it at all, I'll downvote it. For example, a post that says, "You are using amirite right now, amirite?" is ridiculously obvious, not any form of an opinion, and doesn't belong on this site. Amirite is not about upvotes and downvotes, so I really hate it when people make posts solely for the purpose of getting most people to agree.
I actually prefer it now.
I'm not getting involved in the rest of this debate, but Don't Ask, Don't Tell was a bad thing because this policy made it clear that being any sexual orientation other than straight was a bad thing. If it's viewed as something bad, it isn't far-fetched to assume that being gay in the military will cause you to be disriminated against. I'm not sure what your personal opinion on LGBT rights are in this case, so maybe you don't see that as a problem, but I don't think the government is interested in supporting discrimination in any way, especially in a way that is covered under the ENDA.
This is a pretty dramatic post.
One thing that I've noticed is that I use commas a lot. I don't post often enough to see too many trends though.
Now that I think about it, you're probably right, which is good for the future president of the world