The Instigator
Tough
Pro (for)
Winning
10 Points
The Contender
Cobalt
Con (against)
Losing
0 Points

Accept this debate.

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Tough
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 9/18/2015 Category: Funny
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 555 times Debate No: 79850
Debate Rounds (2)
Comments (3)
Votes (2)

 

Tough

Pro

Come along, accept this debate.
Cobalt

Con

Accepted. I look forward to this debate. It's rare you get the opportunity to have a long, quality debate over the most exciting of topics. So few people realize the importance of the topic we'll be discussing here and it's our job to show the viewers that not only is understanding this issue critical to society as a whole, but that it directly relates to and is important to that particular viewer's life.

As this is clearly an acceptance round, I cannot wait to read the reasoning behind my opponent's claim (even if it *is* only an implied claim.)
Debate Round No. 1
Tough

Pro

Accept this too? xoxo =======>

Pro instigated this debate supporting the acceptance of it and encouraging the opponent to freely accept. He did it so convincingly and brilliantly that Con him/herself accepted and specifically states: "Accepted." and even politely remarks "this is clearly an acceptance round" and that they can't wait for my reasoning.

We see that Con concedes that not only have they accepted this debate but they are clearly in support and in anticipation for what can result from the acceptance of it. Con has not only conceded that accepting the debate was the best way to facilitate it to occur but has furthermore displayed positive feelings towards what accepting inevitably will cause to occur.

If Con has, through action and words alike, shown agreement to the notion of accepting this debate and conceded that they intended to show it then it leaves us with one major question: What could Con possibly argue?

They cannot argue and have 0 debates as proof of this. They are very confused and are a rather inexperienced debater and we should forgive them for the errors of their ways. I have more and accepted many.




The definition of reject [http://tinyurl.com...] can be any of the following:
1) Dismiss as inadequate, unacceptable, or faulty
2) Refuse to agree to (a request)
3) Fail to show due affection or concern for (someone)

Let's look at 'accept:
1) Consent to receive or undertake (something offered)
2) Give an affirmative answer to (an offer or proposal); say yes to
3) Receive as adequate, valid, or suitable

By accepting alone, they have shown non-rejection and pro-acceptance.

Con can say they disagree with this debate but it would be disproven by the fact that the only way they could be arguing that is if they accepted this debate to begin with which they verbally admit to doing in Round 1.
Cobalt

Con

Cobalt forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by Cobalt 1 year ago
Cobalt
A well-deserved win, certainly.
Posted by Tough 1 year ago
Tough
Thanks for the win.
Posted by Cobalt 1 year ago
Cobalt
I hope I've made my point.
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Vote Placed by tajshar2k 1 year ago
tajshar2k
ToughCobaltTied
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Reasons for voting decision: Con conceded, but Pro was the only one to present an argument, therefore it was more convincing.
Vote Placed by lannan13 1 year ago
lannan13
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Reasons for voting decision: Forfeiture