Young Sheldon dresses more adult than adult Sheldon, amirite?

Because young Sheldon didn't go to a college, while adult Sheldon went to a college.

Your butt can expel all of the three states of matter, amirite?

And all the states in the US. Don't ask me how, it just does

Every being has stared at the moon at some point in their life. From the Dinosaurs to Genghis Khan to Albert Einstein. One fixed point in space which has been part of every organism that's ever lived on this planet. amirite?

Except deep cavern organisms and blind animals / humans

Putting "bitch" at the beginning of a statement is way more likely to be friendly compared to putting it at the end of a statement. amirite?
When intergalactic travel is a thing, we need to change the current 5-star rating system. amirite?
Birth probably hurts for the baby too. amirite?

That's why they cry when they out

"Season's Greetings" is only popular during one of the four seasons, amirite?

Wow, look at that, you discovered that words have different meanings.

Bats in Australia are heading in the same direction as us, amirite?

That would only be true if the earth was flat, but the hemispheres were on opposite sides of the disc. Congrats for making flat earth even weirder...

If space truly is infinite, then every movie has happened before, amirite?

I think you mean infinite realities?

Luke Skywalker was probably such a good jedi because there weren't as much people taking up bandwidth in the force. amirite?
@That's why the Sith reduced their numbers to only two. That's canon (or was), but I don't remember where's at...

Darth Bane reduced their numbers to Two because the sith kept killing/fighting eachother due to the nature of the Dark Side and the Jedi took advantage of that. It was also reduced so that the sith could move around in secret without the Jedi being aware. Not because there were too many sith taking up "bandwidth"

A ton of cows and a cow are approximately the same thing. amirite?
If we somehow manage to colonize other planets we must make sure that the colonist have an unyielding devotion to our planet or else we risk an interplanetary war in the long run. amirite?

I think given human nature, interplanetary war would be an inevitable.

If light never existed, we would never know the reason for our eyes, amirite?
If light never existed, we would never know the reason for our eyes, amirite?