At 8/26/10 02:45 AM, Ass-Crumb wrote:
you may not be able to 'win' an argument, but you can sway any neutral parties and make your opponent look like a stupid fuck.
that or embarass yourself.
Oh, I've had my share of that... (Wall of text ahead)
This one time in Spanish class, my teacher was out and the substitute was negligent so everyone just sat there talking all period. Of course, I never try to start an arguement, and what happened was that one of those Twilight lovin' cunt bitches burst into the conversation I was having with my friend about how zombies are better than vampires. She of course starts going off about how kewl they are, and how unlike zombies, vampires can be emotionally deep and have dark mysterious pasts and what not. The arguement went on, and right as I responded to a different point, the entire class got completely silent for no reason while I was only a few words into this sentence: "If anything, the popularity of zombies should show how much better they are than vampires, since they don't need a mega-hit book and movie franchise that caters to the lowest common denominator in order to become popular and culturally relevant." Yes, I actually did say that, almost word for word. For some reason I didn't stop saying the sentence when the class became silent and everyone heard it, which was really awkward, no matter how very right I was.
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