User:SirNuke/Argument Methods

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  • Immaturity of many arguments
  • Typical yet poor arguments
  • Arguments as a battle, rather than a discussion
  • Examples of attacks that fail miserably
  • Textbook like guide

History[edit | edit source]

Main article: Argument

Ever since the introduction of language in humanity, arguments consumer a majority of human communication. Leading philosphers and 12 year olds everywhere agree, if God wanted everyone to be peaceful, he wouldn't have made arguments such a natural progression from conflicts.

Evolution[edit | edit source]

Past view of using logic, reasoning, and facts to create a definite position and attempt to prove the, and possibly convince that, the contrary position is either incorrect or less correct.

Modern[edit | edit source]

Just a bunch of contradictions.

Abstract[edit | edit source]

Tactics and strategy[edit | edit source]

Methods[edit | edit source]

Study all of theses methods, including their IRC simulated examples, to become a complete master of arguing.

1337 Speak[edit | edit source]

Historically powerful, involves switching letters with various look alike to numbers and symbols to fool your opponent.


Enemy: Dude, it's fine to prefer certain computer languages, but don't be a Java fanboy.
You: dude, i think u need switch, caz r3a1 h4x0rs have left c++.  unless u want to be a script kiddie and us people like me's expl107s for teh rest of ur life.
Enemy: Actually, since 'real hackers' don't have access to source code, they need to know assembler.

Question sexual orientation[edit | edit source]

While fairly overused and less powerful than in the past, still an excellent way to catch your enemy off guard.

Example (Note the combination of 1337)

Enemy: I don't care, they are fake.  Which happens to be a huge turn off in my book.
You: u r saying that caz u r t3h gayz0r.
Enemy: Oh really?  Why did Emily leave you for me then?

Acronyms[edit | edit source]

Similar to 1337 in both execution and effects, the acronym attack is the process of using acronyms with sinister meanings. When used correctly, your enemy will not know the meaning and will be unsure about your attack.

Accuse of hypocrisy[edit | edit source]

Your mom attacks[edit | edit source]

A your mom attack involves restating your opponents sentences in a way that degrades his/her own mother. While often a weak jab of an attack, it can be an extremely successful method of leaving your enemy in a state of disillusion about his/her own mother.


Enemy: Just stop getting so defensive any time something remotely related to homosexually comes up.
Enemy: It's fine if you are gay, but nobody here really cares.
Enemy: Oh, and just so you know, I think you are gay.
You: that's what your mom thought until i did her last night!  what now?
Enemy: My mom died in 2000.

Pointing out spelling and grammar mistakes[edit | edit source]

Request to get a life[edit | edit source]