You've coughed on purpose around smokers before so they would think you were breathing their second-hand smoke, amirite?

No, because that's fucking rude. Just hold your breath if it really bothers you that much. You don't see smokers shielding their eyes when you walk by because you're ugly, now do you?

Since the Egyptians don't have internet they should just be called Gyptians now, amirite?
@i dont get it

Every one in Egypt converted to Judaism, and since internet costs a lot in Egypt, no one paid for it. So Egyptians minus E(lectronic)= Gyptians. Comprendo?

Anonymous +36Reply
You feel really awkward when your watching a movie and everyone is crying except you, amirite?

I feel more awkward when someone uses 'your' incorrectly.

Look at your post, now back to mine, now back to your post, now back to mine. Sadly, it isn't mine, but if you stopped trolling and hating and started posting about something that makes sense, it could look like it's mine. Look down, back up, where are you? You're on a page with the post your post could look like. Look again, the post now has been voted up. amirite?
@meysenburger Did you seriously vote it down for that? I'm a grammar Nazi, and I didn't even notice that.

it's just one vote.

and i am a LOYAL grammar nazi, no matter how cool the post is, i still correct the grammatical mistakes

Anonymous -29Reply
Sometimes you think you know more about the subject then the one who's teaching it..amirite?

Obviously, that subject isn't english

Anonymous +3Reply
Okay. Your on that last long note before your big solo. you have two choices: use you star power or scratch your nose, amirite?


Anonymous +3Reply
Images of brain neurons and synapses look eerily similar to images of space and galaxies, making you wonder: what if "space" is the brain or cells of some other giant creature (or maybe God) and we are a tiny part of it, and what if that creature is just a tiny part of another, larger creature, and what if, within ourselves, we are each a "universe" to other things, amirite?
@Baconnoisseur It's called the microcosm-macrocosm principle. Also, what you are talking about sounds somewhat like a fractal of...

ahh i remember fractals those things make you think. just like this webpage: sums up all of the known universe, kinda scary.

Anonymous +20Reply
You feel like a huge dork when you like the book you're English teacher assigns and no one else does, amirite?

I think you need to do some more reading if you can't even use the right 'your'.

Anonymous +7Reply