Do you argoogle? I used to argue, but now, more and more, I find our arguments sounding like this
Yes, it is!
Nope, you're wrong.
Oh yeah? Well, we'll just google it and see!
Which turns into a google race. And guess what? If you're patient enough on Google, you can BOTH be right.
Last night our big knock down drag-out was over a very serious issue. I'm sure you have arguments like this.
Achilles was a demigod, honey.
No he wasn't.
Of course he was. His mother, Thetis, who dipped him in the Styx, was a goddess.
No, she was a nymph.
Ok, but she was worshipped as a goddess. He certainly was half immortal.
That's not the same thing.
You are so frustrating...it's exactly the same thing.
AAUUUGGGHHHH! I'll kill you. *Googlegooglegooglegoogle.....*
*Google google google...*
Yep, do it all the time. Thank God for Androids, iPhones and the like... you can 'Argoogle' conveniently- on the road, at work, at home, at a baseball game!
...and for the record *looks left then right* I won!
Well.. do. Tell.. what was the determination? I can only be nuetral on this one.
Honestly, no. I never default to google in an argument. Never.
I use wikipedia.
In seriousness though, when a discussion is reduced to this, you have to step back and realize that whether you like it or not your other options are "nuh-uh" and "is too."
Besides, if you can prove me wrong, I learn something. On the other hand, if you vacuously assert that I'm wrong, then I'm right by default, on the grounds that I'm only ever wrong for a good reason.
Is there any wonder that I love you, Liam? But for the further record, everything we've ever argued over...I was right!
I challenge you to produce even one such example. Bonus points if it doesn't involve your cheating outrageously.
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