Fun debate: Wallups are better than Mupplers
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1. First round is for acceptance only.
2. No sources allowed, however you can make anything up as long as you make it sound logical.
3. This is a fun debate meant to prove that one non-existant creature is better than the other.
* Keep in mind this debate is a bit shorter than usual. It has a 3,000 character max.
* I am arguing that Wallups are better than Mupplers.
Let me explain why Wallups are "better" than Mupplers. Do I mean "better" in the sense that Wallups are superior to Mupplers? No.
Wallups are better because they are humble, hard-working, loving, patient, kind creatures than always have the best interests of others in mind.
Wallups are small, furry creatures that live on mountain-tops, burrowing just beneath the surface. If one Wallup doesn't have enough food, the other Wallup will give up his food even if it means he will starve.
Wallups live in peace, and seek peace.
 Humble creatures are submissive by nature. They are less willing to fight back for their food, which is what they need to survive. This leaves the Wallup at a disadvantage when compared to a Muppler, which is willing to take what it needs to survive.
 A Wallup's loving nature and kindness put it at a disadvantage because it is less willing to fight and without the ability to fight, any aggressor's towards a Wallup are more likely to win in a fight and kill the Wallup. Mupplers help each other by swarming their enemies to protect the hive.
 Living on a mountain-top also has it's disadvantages as birds of prey can spot a Wallup more easily. Mupplers live under treetops to prevent this.
Let me explain what a Muppler is:
Mupplers are creatures that thrive in a hive-like setting. They typically nest in mile-wide areas near rivers or lakes. They use their natural excretions to build small "family" nest under the treetops. In a hive there are no less than twenty family nests and the families have been found to contain up to 14 members at a time. The youngest members of the nest keep the walls of the nest firm and excrete a scent onto the exterior to attract small insects to prey upon. The older Mupplers fly under the branches of the trees in search of food and can survive for a week without water. When faced with danger, they can excrete a poison through their mouths into their enemies eyes to blind them. When the hive is faced with a threat, the Mupplers swarm together to kill that threat. Mupplers work for the greater good of their species.
I argue Wallups are better because they have values. Even though Wallups are at the mercy of aggressive Muppler prey, they are still an example of how to show kindness, love, and patience with one another.
I guess it depends on what you consider better. I'd want to be around Wallups more than I would want to be around Mupplers because they represent the values I hold near and dear to my heart. The same goes for the people I'd want to associate with. There are the ones that will aggressively challenge and try to take advantage of you for their benefit or survival, then there are those that will give up their time, resources, and put themselves second to be a great friend.
Mupplers, however, do have values. They hold their families in highest regard and will do whatever it takes to ensure their safety. The love for their offspring and the need for their survival is a Muppler value. Our species could learn from the family value that Mupplers show.
Benshapiro forfeited this round.
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