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What ridiculous arguments have you had with people? Maybe it was over the tiniest thing and neither of the parties involved would budge, or was it originally a big thing and it ended up being over the colour of someone's socks? Don't bottle it up, let it all out!...
-- Tim (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 23, 1999
Well, I'm currently having a really ridiculous argument with my online friend Maegan. For one particular thread (or Fred) of an e- mail, I decided to write everything in brackets. She said, "No brackets." I said, "Hey, I'll bracket if I want to!" She said, "I'm in charge of this e-mail." I said, "Since when?" And it's all getting really rather nasty. I hope it ends soon, because brackets are my starbois. (((((()))))
-- Madam Zobocop Loonymong Esquire (email@example.com), September 23, 1999.
I argue with my sister a lot over silly things. And the thing is, neither of us will drop it, because it's usually over a misunderstanding, and we want to make each other understand. It never works, though.
Aside from that, I often have arguments with people who are dumb and insist that something is right even when it's not. Like one girl in my old class who thought ChumbaWamba was Australian.
-- Sarah Joy (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 26, 1999.
today my sister and i fought over back to school book labels that were recieved in the mail from nickelodeon. she's 16 this year. i'm 18 and out of school...i think we fight because we enjoy it.
-- chelle (email@example.com), January 24, 2001.