The concept of working out and exercise is pretty weird from a human history perspective. Generally speaking our current era has probably been the most difficult time in history to stay fit and in good shape. amirite?

In way older times you were considered healthy if you were overweight because it meant 1) you were eating & you were well-nourished & 2) you were wealthy. I think it's just the way society is now, and the technology we have now tells us that if we are working out/exercising we are healthier & will live longer lives. I think its difficult because of the strict way we define being healthy and in shape.

One day you'll be exactly halfway through your life without ever realizing it, amirite?

Any day could be your halfway life day, you could have already passed it.

No rational person is honestly enough of a gambler to stake their own ambitions on a big-picture argument about the greater good of society. amirite?
No matter who wins the еlection about 50% of people are gonna be pissed off, amirite?

Compound that with social media and it feels like 90% either way.

Goose on my noose.

I'm a mean uncle.

Considering how slow and gradual the evolutionary process is, it can be asserted that there must've been a time in human history when only a fraction of our predecessors would've gained consciousness. And who knows, this, right here, could be that time. amirite?
@caindenetro23 No. But there must've been a time when some could fly (not as gracefully) and other couldn't.

Not exactly. It gradually came to be. Every few generations they could flap a little higher from the ground.

Wings weren't originally used for flying, they were for keeping the body warm!

By responding to a "thank you" with a "no problem" you are implying that there was a problem in the first place, amirite?

No, I would argue that you're simply stating that there is no problem in general. Like, it wasn't an issue or problem for you to do whatever you did for the person.

Nicholas Cage is to action movies what Adam Sandler is to comedies. amirite?

I like Nic Cage. Sorry.

Everyone who voluntarily doesn't work out takes the body given to them by their ancestors for granted, amirite?
Everyone who voluntarily doesn't work out takes the body given to them by their ancestors for granted, amirite?
Everyone who voluntarily doesn't work out takes the body given to them by their ancestors for granted, amirite?
@Show you are superior by flexing and not working out

I think it's more about the comparison between hardworking cavemen and people like me who sit all day long, than superiority

We are becoming more sensitive to verbal offence but becoming more desensitized to real tragedy. amirite?

To me it seems that people are simply more interested things that directly impact/affect/offend them rather than tragedies that have almost zero impact on them. I think it has always been this way and that it's just way more apparent because we're all so connected and there is just so much information about everything that happens in the world today.

Nothing like an online soggy cookie compitition

Genetic engineering could solve the overpopulation problem by extending the time it takes for babies to develop. amirite?
In the 2080s movies will probably have a musical montage. amirite?

I hope they do a contemporary remake of The Breffix Club.