When it comes to decisions, life can be like a multiple choice question. Sometimes all of the choices sound great and other times none of them. You can spend a long time trying to decide on something, and even when you think you have made the right choice, you look back and conclude you may have made the wrong one. You try to fix your mistake, but it's still partially visible. Amirite?
@J_A_C_K This is the first "deep" analogy i've seen on this site that makes sense. Usually they're just trying way too hard...

Completely my own. Came up with it out of boredom while my professor went over the class syllabus for an hour.

Some might think it would be astounding to live in a place with such beautiful scenery all around you, but after a while it just isn't as breathtaking as it once was. A change of scenery can be as special to anyone regardless of where they come from, amirite?
@fuzala where is this at?

Red River, New Mexico. I traveled and vacationed for a week there this winter.

Some might think it would be astounding to live in a place with such beautiful scenery all around you, but after a while it just isn't as breathtaking as it once was. A change of scenery can be as special to anyone regardless of where they come from, amirite?

My own picture I captured and edited.

You find it very unattractive and gross when people don't shower at least once every two days. Amirite?

at least once every day*

You shower before bed, not in the morning, amirite?

Morning and after workouts.

Why is 6 afraid of 7?
Which sense would you eliminate if you had to?

Personally I'd love to eliminate taste. I'd eat all the healthy foods that I dislike and quit eating sweets for their taste.

We all wonder what life will be like in heaven, amirite?

I don't simply because I don't believe in deities or an afterlife.

salvation of human race is solely upon confessing sins and accepting Jesus Christ as Saviour

I don't believe this to be true at all. The human race would go along just fine if religion didn't exist. As long as we keep our morals in higher standing, we will progress. Accepting our own mistakes and trying to improve on ourselves is a part of this.

which is your favorite color?

Turquoise/Teal.

Let’s try to pass into legislation a shorter work week. I’m all for working the weekend and having the week off! Same pay of course! Let’s all write Congress!

If we want to f up the economy even more than it already is, sure.

The daily show should have Demetri Martin as a guest, amirite?

I have not seen him in a while, but his metaphors were the best!

Even though classic rock bands like Queen, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, etc are legendary and nothing could be compared to them, but that doesn't mean that today's music sucks. Music is still beautiful; just because lots of mainstream songs/singers/bands suck, doesn't mean all of today's music is terrible. Some people should just stop trying to live in the past and give a try to all the amazing bands and singers out there that will one day become legendary as well; amirite?

Personally I tend to listen to underground indie rock bands, but enjoy most genres. There are so many artists out there to explore in the world of music, it's impossible to try and stereotype it as a whole.

I wish memories were like text messages. You can delete the ones you hate and keep the ones you like.

Regardless of whether you like it or not, it makes you who you are as a person. "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger". Those bad experiences, memories of those experiences, make you a better person in the end.

You would love having a calculator that could run video games, amirite?

I was content with blockdude back in high school.