You love when your favorite show brings back some obscure character from 5 seasons ago and the same actor returns to play him/her and everything, amirite?

Minkus on Boy Meets World

If there is a Civil War II, it will be between Ohio and Michigan, amirite?

Yeah! Go Ohio!

You're cool with Obama taking a 20 day vacation in Hawaii at a cost of $4 million at the taxpayers' expense, amirite?

Ummm, NO! Why should I have to pay for him to go on vacation? He makes a lot more money than I do.

Don't drink and drive. Golf is a hard sport, and being drunk won't help you get par. Amirite?

But if you get drunk enough, you won't care that you suck at golf.

Whenever you see an acquaintance somewhere like at a coffee place or in line at the movies, you're not sure whether you should greet them or just ignore their existence in case they don't remember you, amirite?

I typically just smile at them. If they don't remember me, I can pretend I'm just a friendly person who smiles at strangers.

You want nothing more than to move out of your parents' house, amirite?

Ugh, I dread leaving. That means I've officially grown up, and quite frankly, I don't want to do that.

Your parents are awful at texting, amirite?

Actually, my mom's better at using text talk than I am. I always type everything out perfectly, she uses the abbreviations and slang.

You wonder if Harry Potter would've been as popular if he'd had a different name. Bartholomew Perkins just doesn't have the same ring to it, amirite?

But if his name had always been Bartholomew Perkins, that's what we would be used to hearing, so it wouldn't seem that strange.

It's sad when someone asks "Are you okay? You look sick!" or "Are you tired? You look it" when really you feel fine but you now have to pretend to be tired or sick so they don't know you just look like shit all of the time. amirite?
@WWWYKI People tell me I look tired or like I just woke up all the time, and it's hardly ever true. It's rude, and...

Yeah, good point. If they look like they're going to faint or something, I'd tell them that.

It's pretty sad and kind of scary that "90s Kids" reminisce about the TV shows they watched during their childhood, rather than the things they did during their childhood, amirite?

I like to look back and remember everything about my childhood, and that includes the TV shows I watched, and those were pretty well universal for children growing up in 90s, whereas my other experiences were not. If I shared everything I did as a child with people on the internet, a lot of it wouldn't even make sense because it was unique to me and my friends or family. I know my brother, my nephew, and I used to do all kinds of stupid things as kids that didn't involve TV, but it just wouldn't be interesting to all of you. I do reflect on it with them all the time, though.

The Opening Ceremony for the Paralympics might be lame, amirite?

I didn't get it at first. I was just wondering why you assumed it would be lame. Then I read it again and laughed.

Crucifixion really isn't the worst way to die, amirite?

Well, I've never died, so I can't say for sure. However, I do think it's pretty high up on the list of ways I wouldn't want to die.

It's sad when someone asks "Are you okay? You look sick!" or "Are you tired? You look it" when really you feel fine but you now have to pretend to be tired or sick so they don't know you just look like shit all of the time. amirite?

People tell me I look tired or like I just woke up all the time, and it's hardly ever true. It's rude, and personally I would never tell someone they looked tired or sick.

Sometimes you look at the name of the color on your nail polish or lipstick or something and wonder where in the world the name came from. "Caribbean Frost? No, nail polish company, I'm pretty sure that's green. Frost shouldn't look like that." Amirite?
You have no idea who sent Aunt Petunia the howler that screeched "Remember my last!", amirite?

Well, I read all the books, so I know.