The only word autocorrect consistently corrects correctly is the word autocorrect. amirite?

No, autocorrect correct hardcore port at 0:00 best

Eggs are actually dairy. amirite?

Legs are actually hairy.

People are always trying to breed spicier peppers, but never colder mint leaves, amirite?
@NeutralPheede Beans could deal wind damage

Not exactly the same thing, unless you eat farts. No judgment.

If you count the numbers between 0 and 1, you will never reach 1, amirite?

Count what? real numbers are uncountable and there are no integer to count between 0 and 1

We're pieces of meat walking around on a floating rock pretending to have a purpose, amirite?

It's more like a falling rock

Most people think Cruella de Vil is evil for wanting to kill dogs for their fur, but do the exact same thing whenever they buy leather, amirite?
If humans do ever get supercomputer brain implants, quiz gameshows will be a thing of the past, amirite?

The whole education system will be thrown away.

Most people think Cruella de Vil is evil for wanting to kill dogs for their fur, but do the exact same thing whenever they buy leather, amirite?
If USB-C exists, then there's probably a USB-B and USB-A. amirite?

What these folks said...

Passengers napping while you're driving is a huge compliment. Like, they trust you enough to believe that they can sleep and will wake up alive later, as you're maneuvering a fast hunk of steel amongst other fast hunks of steel. amirite?

Sleeping on long car rides is a form of time travel.

For the first half of your life, you're getting older. For the second half, you're just getting old. amirite?

You're already dead on your birth

The more order people have. The more they crave chaos. The more chaos people have. The more they crave order. amirite?

Deviance is Normality

Using a black-belt when you're actually a white-belt gives you an advantage before a fight. So does wearing a white-belt when you're actually a black-belt during the fight. amirite?

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

-Sun tzu, The Art of War

If appliances could experience emotions, the 7, 8, and 9 buttons on a microwave would feel really neglected. amirite?

I consciously press odd numbers specifically because of this. Oh 30 seconds, I'll set it to 29 or 31. One minute, I'll give you 57 seconds.

Emergency hotdog that reheats when you crack it like a glow stick. amirite?

"I'd like an Emergency Hotdog with an Unexpected Lemonade and a side of Windfall Fries," said no one, ever.