Fundamentally true statement, generally taught to children, especially those with special needs. Also a kickass book by Strong Bad.
"Some people are about to be run over. Frankie has about five seconds."

"Some people are very tall and merciless. Quincy is destroying San Antonio"

"Some people are squirrel handed. Gregor is a wierd name."

"Some people have rigged the enemy base with explosives. Albert has."

"Some people are being fangoriously devoured by a gelatinous monster. Hilary's legs are being digested."

by IkeM October 9, 2003
Strong Bad's children's book. It teaches words such as fangoriously, gelatinous, and linebacker.
Some people wear glasses. Beth looks like a dude.
by Sibby November 23, 2003
An awesome book by Strong Bad, in which he takes an actual children's book and crosses out sentences and pictures to make it funny.
Some people have rigged the enemy base with explosives. Albert has.
by The Chort June 11, 2004
1. A blatant truism, based on the fact that nobody is exactly identical to anyone else.

2. A PC saying designed to push a liberal social agenda which normalizes and accepts non-normative behaviors as part of a whole, functional, society.
1. Sally and Ralph are not the same person. This is because people are unique, ie, everybone is different.

2. Bill is a high-functioning alcoholic homosexual with neo-Nazi political views and a penchant for exposing himself in public. Ah well, everyone is different.
by Al November 14, 2003
A phrase often used to prevent children from coming to grips with the harsh realities of the world.
Just remember, you are unique. JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE.
by Martin May 3, 2004