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llaurenthellama
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MWonderWolf
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Are ponies unicorn tacos in disguise?

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Started: 5/9/2016 Category: Funny
Updated: 7 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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llaurenthellama

Pro

I believe that ponies are really unicorn tacos in disguise.
MWonderWolf

Con

I am sorry, but unicorns simply do not exist. Nobody has ever seen them, much less a unicorn taco. Ponies have been DNA tested and are what they are. No unicorn tacos.
Debate Round No. 1
llaurenthellama

Pro

The unicorn tacos are in disguise, therefore it would be almost impossible to enact DNA testing on these 'ponies'. There is a myth that unicorns lost their horns some time ago, leaving an 'average' horse or pony. This story is incorrect. The real story I shall type to you:
Once, there was a planet full of unicorns close to the sun. One time a solar flare erupted, therefore pushing the unicorns out of their atmosphere and into ours, the extreme heat from the fall melting their horns. They fell into a Taco Bell bean dip vat, giving them a distinct smell of tacos. The now-ponies sniffed each other and decided that they were actually unicorn tacos now, because of what they smelled.
To the naked eye, the unicorn- tacos look like average ponies or horses. But to a ponies's eye, they appear to be tacos with manes.
So there you have it.
Science proved it.
MWonderWolf

Con

That story, again, simply is not true. Their horns would have burned up from the solar flare. Anyways, if they fell from outside the atmosphere, even into a Taco Bell bean dip vat, they would have died either by burning up, from the sonic boom that comes from entering the atmosphere, or, if they could stand all that, from impact with the roof. Also, ponies smell like manure. Not beans.
Debate Round No. 2
llaurenthellama

Pro

Unicorns are MAGIC. They can protect themselves and their horns from a volcanic eruption easily enough if they're prepared for it. They lost their horns because they didn't expect the eruption to blow them into outer space.

Fortunately, unicorns, even if they turned into ponies, are practically made of steel. A fall from outer space into a bean dip vat would definitely not kill them. Unicorns weigh a lot. The fall would have broken the whole roof in.

And to a well-cultivated nose, these 'ponies' smell of black bean dip.
MWonderWolf

Con

OK. First things first. Magic doesn't exist. There is no proof and you would have to prove it before I accept it. Believing in magic is like believing in fairies or Santa. Secondly, If unicorns are made of steel, they would be clumsy and blundering. They would not have the ability survive. Third, if unicorns are heavy, they all would have broken the vat. Also, TacoBell does not use vats to make the beans.
Debate Round No. 3
llaurenthellama

Pro

Pardon me, but can you prove that magic or fairies or even Santa don't or didn't exist at the time? No. Not yet, anyway. If magic had existed a while ago, before the unicorns were blown into the stratosphere, they would still have it in their blood, just inactive.
Unicorns being made out of steel was not meant to be taken literally, but instead, as a simile.
On another note, how do you know Taco Bell doesn't use vats?
MWonderWolf

Con

10 reasons why Santa does not exist: 1. He would have no way to get supplies as there are no trees. 2. The north pole is a hunk of ice. 2. Nobody can live forever. 3. Reindeer would have no way of getting there in the first place. 4. Even if Santa had brought them, they would freeze to death. Including Santa. 5. Santa is so fat, he couldn't fit down a chimney, much less a modern one. 6. It defies common sense. 7. Nobody has ever gotten real proof that he exists, and the Santa's in the stores are impostors. 8. My parents don't lie and would never trick me into something like that. 9. Who installed the electricity? 10. If Santa did it himself, where's the grid and main? I doubt Santa is an electrician.

So anyways, not all of the ponies we see today were once unicorns. DNA testing would have shown something wrong with some. Taco Bell doesn't use vats because, well, why would they? It is much simpler to simply put it in a small, simple pot and do it that way, quickly.
Debate Round No. 4
llaurenthellama

Pro

Taco Bell is a fast food place, so do you think that they would do one cup of bean dip at a time? No, their goal is to just get it done as soon as possible.
Santa Clause, or Saint Nick, did once exist years ago. There is plenty of evidence around it, although he would have NEVER lasted forever.
MWonderWolf

Con

You're right, TacoBell wouldn't do one SMALL cup of beans at a time, BUT they still wouldn't use a HUGE vat that is big enough to catch unicorn taco ponies. Yes, there WAS a guy named Nicholas who gave girls that he liked money, and that was a long time ago. I'm talking about the Santa that every immature kid believes in; the one with a sleigh pulled by reindeer and has a huge sack full of presents for all the good boys and girls in the world. We have gotten a little off-topic, don't you think, for a debate that started with unicorn tacos disguised as ponies? Anyways, magic goes against common knowledge and sense. There is no way that a planet with unicorns could have been so close to the sun as to be touched by a solar flare. It would burn up, and bye-bye planet with unicorns. Also, we would be able to see it with modern technology. Science can't prove that anyways, but it can disprove it. UNICORNS SIMPLY AREN'T REAL, which means they could not have turned into unicorn tacos that would have been disguised as ponies. So, there you have it. Science proves that unicorn tacos are NOT real, and are NOT disguised as ponies.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by MWonderWolf 6 months ago
MWonderWolf
I would like to say that if anyone wants to vote in the less-than-a-day that is left, they would probably vote for me. Magic is obviously not real.
Posted by llaurenthellama 6 months ago
llaurenthellama
Oh, whatever. Just wait till the votes come in.
Posted by MWonderWolf 6 months ago
MWonderWolf
The Egyptians only believed in magic. I've never heard of the Romans claiming to have magic.
Posted by MWonderWolf 6 months ago
MWonderWolf
Because someone thought about it, decided it would be cool to have special powers, and began writing stories. From there, it caught on quick.
Posted by llaurenthellama 6 months ago
llaurenthellama
Let me put it this way: How would magic not exist when we, the humans, keep writing stories about it.
Posted by llaurenthellama 7 months ago
llaurenthellama
Nessie, the underwater monster! The New Jersey Devil! Greek Gods, who used magic in their daily life! The Romans! The Egyptians! Need I say more?
Posted by MWonderWolf 7 months ago
MWonderWolf
Those were myths. Eventually, they were both busted.
Posted by llaurenthellama 7 months ago
llaurenthellama
There are many references to magic throughout the years of mankind. To name a few: the witch burning, and the levitating monk.
Posted by MWonderWolf 7 months ago
MWonderWolf
Wow! You really don't get it. What I mean is, by the way, we had that technology when TacoBell was founded, and so if they fell into some beans THERE, then we would have been able to see the planet before it blew up.
Posted by llaurenthellama 7 months ago
llaurenthellama
IT BLEW UP. A solar flare would pulverize any meteors or whatever remaining, so they would never be found again.
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