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Southern Hemisphere people: on Christmas you tend to have a barbecue, amirite?
@duckshirt where are you from anyways? I'm obviously trolling since I'm (unfortunately) not from Australia, but according to...

I was hoping you were.
I'm from New Zealand, and I can assure than we celebrate Christmas in December, not July.

Southern Hemisphere people: on Christmas you tend to have a barbecue, amirite?
Southern Hemisphere people: on Christmas you tend to have a barbecue, amirite?
@duckshirt Okay Scrooge, why you have a problem with Christmas in July?

The only issue is that Christmas is in December. Hah, there's really not much point in replying to you after this.

Southern Hemisphere people: on Christmas you tend to have a barbecue, amirite?
@duckshirt okay sorry Mr. Grinch

I didn't steal Christmas.
July 4th and December 25th are two veeeery different days.

Southern Hemisphere people: on Christmas you tend to have a barbecue, amirite?
You just happened to have said something very inappropriate when everyone suddenly got quiet, amirite?
Skidding around in socks is fun until you land on your arse, amirite?
You would much rather for the French to have won the Rugby World Cup, amirite?
@thebushbaby This grammar... T.T

I just read it over several times... You're right, it doesn't really make sense.

You would much rather for the French to have won the Rugby World Cup, amirite?
Having the headphone jack on the top right of a phone is the style now, but completely irrational. Having it on the bottom right would make alot more sense. amirite?

It kind of gets in the way down the bottom.

That Diet Coke ad with the dancing puppets is just too fucking weird, amirite?
Instead of having Saturdays and Sundays off of school, it would be more logical to have Saturdays and Wednesdays off, amirite?
Some window decals are just tramp stamps for your car, amirite?

Like those little "Free Striptease" signs. Tacky.

Some people just seem to have really bad luck with their health, amirite?
Rear view mirrors need to be created wider and longer so that us drivers won't have any "blind spots", amirite?

The pillars of the car would still get in the way. Partially, at least.