Eh, I'd say America would be the well-off senior athlete in need of a few attitude adjustments that people cling to for status, and Canada would be his shy sophomore cousin that joins a few clubs (almsot everybody knows him, generally approved of, but not too envied).

The UK would be that one kid with an awesome talent, but no one gets to know him for his personality. Most of Western Europe would be the clueless girls who somehow manage to get higher grades than you. Eastern Europe would be the smoker or stoner (always asking for a cigarette or a couple bucks).

Sub-Saharan Africa would be the freshman who comes off as anti-social because he doesn't adjust too well to new situations. Most of the Middle East would be the argumentative juniors, but Israel would be the sophomore captain of the debate team.

Most of Asia would be the smart kid who has to have everything done his way, but everyone still gets him to tutor them or get them something they aren't savvy enought to get themselves. India would probably be the smart kid that people pay to their essays for them. Japan would be... the Japanese kid.

South America would be the hot new girl you pretend to share interests with.

Though the rioters in London do have the right to protest, they don't need to riot and are making themselves look like delinquent bastards. amirite?

I know. Especially as shown in this video, it's getting out of control. YouTube video thumbnail

A more fun way to play hangman is instead of stopping once they've hung someone, start hanging another person. So at the end, you'll be like, "You killed three people to spell the word 'fluffy.' Are you happy with yourself?" Amirite?
@SuperFastJellyFish I usually just add more pictures to the stick people, like hair and clothes. But this way sounds pretty awesome.

Conversely, you could stop after drawing just the head, body, and arms and say, "I hope you're happy. You just killed an amputee with no legs."

Then you go on and on about how he lost his legs serving in the army for his country. How he was a double agent and without him, we would have lost the war countless times and Hitler would rule the world. Then you start on his family: how his wife had terminal cancer and who would raise the children after she was gone now that their father was gone too? They'd become orphans, and very poor ones at that. They were the only two to attend their mother's funeral. Little 9-year-old Becky and her 6-year-old brother Johnny.

Without a family outside of each other, they end up in the streets. Johnny died in a gutter in Becky's arms as people walked by without a passing glance. He looked up into her eyes and with his last dying breath, he whispered, "Becky... I can see Mommy and Daddy... They're calling to me... Becky... I have to go... I have to go... See you again soon..."
She rested her head on his, tears rolling down her face. She slowly drifted off into sleep, never to wake again.

All because you couldn't figure out the word "riffraff."

Sunday: National Homework Day. amirite?
@Nacklefoodle Why National? You really think only kids in YOUR country do that?

Well, the only two countries that exist are America and Not America, and fuck Not America because they're not good Americans.

We really need a nicer way to tell people their breath stinks without hurting their feelings. Its like 'Hey im bored! Lets go brush our teeth!" Or, "I have to make a phone call, hold this gum in your mouth.", amirite?

"You're not my friend, you never were, I fucking hate you, and your breath stinks."

Women hate being treated different than men, until there's a hostage situation and woman and children are let go first, amirite?

"Ah..... You know, you're absolutely right. It is completely unfair what we do to you. Bill, I want you to start writing me drafts of new gender equality laws immediately."
"You want me to make it so you're treated completely the same as men?"
"Very well, when these laws I'm writing take effect, you'll be treated exactly like us. You'll even be able to be called for the draft"

Love isn't about ridiculous little words. Love is about grand gestures. Love is about airplanes pulling banners over stadiums, proposals on jumbo-trons, giant words in sky writing. Love is about going that extra mile even if it hurts, letting it all hang out there. Love is about finding courage inside of you that you didn't even know was there, amirite?

You obviously don't know what love is. Love is taking the trash out for your mom when you know she had a long day, it's holding back from saying that little comment that will ruin your friend's day, it's picking up your significant other's favorite flavor of ice cream even though you don't really like it. Love is about denying the selfishness of human nature because you love a person enough to do that little something for them.
The sweet feeling of a grand gesture will fade in time, the little sacrifices permeate forever. You have some growing up to do.

Why the hell did Harry name one of his kids after Snape? Yes, Snape was a good guy all along, and probably saved a lot of people by putting his life on the line, but that doesn’t change the fact that he was a complete douchenozzle to Harry for 6 years, amirite?
@ASWCC he basically took the names of everyone who died, mixed them up, and named his children after them

"Hey, Dad?"
"What is it, James Lily Cedric Sirius Emmeline Amelia Albus Hedwig Alastor Rufus Dobby Colin Fred Nymphadora Remus Severus Potter?"

Women hate being treated different than men, until there's a hostage situation and woman and children are let go first, amirite?

Men and women
By FlyingGuineaPig

We shit in different places
and have differences in our faces.
We don't shave the same locations
and sing with different vocalizations.
We watch very different shows
and (usually) only one of us paints our toes.
Like the cat and the dog,
or the guinea pig and the flying frog,
and everyone in the pokedex log,
We are different, and yet the same.

The Swiss have an interesting army. Five hundred years without a war. Pretty impressive. Also pretty lucky for them. Ever see that little Swiss Army knife they have to fight with? Not much of a weapon there. Corkscrews. Bottle openers. "Come on, buddy, let's go. You get past me, the guy in back of me, he's got a spoon. Back off. I've got the toe clippers right here.", amirite?
@Lanz You'd be surprised how easy it is to kill someone with a toe clipper when they're busy laughing at you.

"Come here, let me just clip your toe nails... AHA! I gave you a small cut on your big toe! Now you will feel pain while walking!"

"Oh no! What a minor inconvenience. frown smilie"

Take a piece of string and wrap it around the earth's equator, and then add one meter to the string's length. Now wrap it around again in a perfect circle so that it's floating above the equator, and measure the width of the gap between the string and the ground. Now do the same thing with a golf ball. Both gaps have the same width, amirite?

Ok, I circled the equator but I still can't find a damn golf ball.

The US is a country. It's full of fatties, idiots, bigots, and corruption. It's full of people. People from all over the world who fled oppression to find a new home. It has the most patents, entrepreneurs, inventors, and researchers per capita. People can say whatever they want (the geniuses and the morons). There are over 300 million people. Those who hate them all are no better. amirite?

I heard an interesting interpretation a while back: The cliche is that the US is a melting pot, but in reality it's a salad. A melting pot means everyone gives up their past and conforms to a certain ideal. That's not what America is, or at least that's not what America should be. It should be a salad-a dish that takes many different ingredients from lettuce to tomatoes to croutons to dressing and mixes it up to form something delicious. Sure, some bites will have more tomato than most and others will be saturated in dressing, but in the end a dish is created that does not highlight one ingredient in particular but speaks to what can be formed when all those ingredients are put in one bowl.

USA! USA! USA! Kill the Commies!

Guys are getting their ears pierced, growing their hair out, and wearing make-up, and more and more girls are getting tattoos. Guys' shorts are getting baggier and longer, pretty soon they'll look like skirts. And girls' shorts are getting shorter and shorter, just like the knickers boys used to wear decades ago. It seems that eventually, guys will look like girls and vice-versa, amirite?

Well, I say SPEED UP THE PROCESS. I want to be able to have a mustache and not be judged within the next 10 years.

People who say "not necessarily" are usually nerds, amirite?

Not necessarily.

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Percy Weasley is really underrated, without him Fred and George's jokes wouldn't be nearly as fun, amirite?

"I shudder to think what the state of my in-tray would be if I was away from work for five days."
"Yeah, someone might slip dragon dung in it again, eh, Perce?" said Fred.
"That was a sample of fertilizer from Norway!" said Percy, going very red in the face. "It was nothing personal!"
"It was," Fred whispered to Harry as they got up from the table. "We sent it."