Bitches be bitchin'
Con will argue that bitches will not be bitchin.
The term is defined as the following: The idea that the collective of Bitches will always/have always been Bitching
1st round acceptance
bitch: "a female dog, wolf, fox, or otter." 
to bitch: "[to] make spitefully critical comments." 
We'll share the BOP.
I will be arguing that female otters have not always comlained at every point in the past, nor will they always complain at every point in the future.
Firstly this little peace of information from the #1 most reliable source on the internet:Otters live up to 16 years..Otters are playful animals and appear to engage in various behaviors for sheer enjoyment. I quote "...engage in various behaviors for SHEER ENJOYMENT" 
This clearly indicates that otters, or more specifically bitches, indulge in activities for sheer entertainment, we can concluded therefore that otters are actually crack-whores. Not only do they live only to the age of 16, the previous quote indicates that they engage in drug-driven sexual activities, much like a crack-whore. Furthermore in the Harry Potter series of books designed to cause hallucinations in adolescent teenagers, the character Hermoine's Patronus spell takes the form on an otter. Any open-minded individual would see hermoine as a crack-whore herself, who also indulges in the act of snorting paracetamol hidden in her books, which is where she obtains her vast imaginative and intellectual abilities.The link between her and her patronus can not be ignored and further emphasizes the fact that Otters/bitches are crack-whores.
Now to the point: I have stated and proven the Otters are indeed crack-whores. Crack-whores have not in one point in our past positively contributed to society, they are constantly bitching about their lack of cocaine to fuel their addictions, as well as their impregnated stomachs effect on their physical appearance.
So a summary of my findings, that con shall rebut:
1-Otters/Bitches are indeed crack-whores
2-The common knowledge that crackwhores constantly "make spitefully critical comments."
3-Bitches therefore, be Bitching.
I thank my opponent for taking time to read this, and look forward to you reply :D
My Opponent's Argument #1:
P1. Otters engage in activities for shear enjoyment
P2. Activities engaged in solely for shear enjoyment are examples of making spiteful comments (bitching).
Therefore, otters make spiteful comments (bitch).
I will concede to my opponent Premise 1.
My opponent has given NO JUSTIFICATION for this premise. Thus, the conclusion is false.
Otters cannot even speak, let alone make spiteful comments. 
My opponent has a lot of justifying to do.
My Opponent's Argument #2:
P1. Hermoine from Harry Potter exists.
P2. Hermoine is her patronus.
P3. Hermoine's patronus is an otter.
P4. Hermoine is a crack-whore.
P5. Crack-whores complain about society.
P6. Complaining about society is bitching.
Therefore, otters bitch.
Despite not justifying Premise 1, Premise 2, Premise 4, Premise 5, I simply cannot argue with that logic (sarcasm for the voters).
Female otters have not always made spiteful comments at every point in the past, nor will they always make spiteful comments at every point in the future.
Argument from Existence
P1. Otters have not always existed.
P2. Otters can only conceivably bitch if they exist.
Therefore, otters cannot have always bitched.
Mustelids (family otters are in) have only existed for 40 million years. 
Argument from Ability
P1. Otters cannot bitch
Therefore, otters cannot bitch
See above. 
Saracen1337 forfeited this round.
Saracen1337 forfeited this round.
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