One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Am I right? (used to invite confirmation or assert that one's previous statement is correct)‘not much point to it now, amirite?’‘none of us saw that coming either, amiright?’
- ‘Well yeah until next year amirite this is not relevant to your interests.’
- ‘He was the real victim there, amirite?’
- ‘Ladies, it's hard to find a good man out there, amirite?’
- ‘Just sayin' amiright whoa, sorry, you got me going with the schoolgirl cliches.’
- ‘What woman doesn't love to shed a few pounds without any effort, amirite ladies?’
- ‘There are many reasons to love the show (there's nothing better than a good cry, amiright?).’
- ‘Hopefully he's in good enough shape to perfect his diving routine for the playoffs, AMIRITE guys?’
- ‘What an amazing idea for a music video, amiright?!’
- ‘What I think it's about: Family and religion, amirite?!’
- ‘The price of shoes today, amirite?’
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