Who's weirder, you or me?
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(And by pro I mean I'm weirder)
Best of luck.
Eat old fruit salad
Dumb and Dumber
yoyoyo yipeeyi yippeyay
everbody dance now
Opponent wishes to prove that he is more alienated, or more uncanny, than I.
To start off, Pro's argument is mainly nonsensical ramblings. As the BoP is shared, we each must prove that one is weirder than the other. By saying ramblings, Pro has not proved anything, except that he can come up with random phrases, such as "Fat whales", "Zoo-wee mama", and "Heeeeeey, seeeexay".
Since I am an introvert, I would naturally feel better being isolated from others for a little while.
This is one case where I would feel more alienated than Pro, therefore more "weird".
Looking forward to R2.
I rest my case
I could say "You saw me turn a trash can into a chicken" and it wouldn't do any good for me. There's no proof to back that statement up.
Another reason why I am weirder than Pro:
As one famous quote by Sun Tzu says:
"Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent's fate."
If I have the ability to be mysterious I can direct my opponent's fate.
As such I have directed yours.
Thank you for the debate.
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Vote Placed by BLAHthedebator 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con completely crushes Pro's arguments by refuting that anecdotal stories could be lies.
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