A discussion that occurs in which I'm right, but he/she/they haven't realized it yet.
I get into an argument with <insert female name here>.
Where 2 or more people verbally fight over something. Chances of situation ending up in divorce, manslaughter and murder are high.
a) -"I've had enough of you!"
"Yea! I want a divorce!"
b) -"I hate the way you keep on screwing my sister! Especially since we just got married last night!"
"You're pissing me off bitch! *punches, kicks, stabs*
"Oh my god, I'm so sorry Mindy!"
c) "Oh yea? You think our son should grow up being a Catholic? We'll see!"
*plots devious plan before stabbing husband to death the next day*
Verbal disagreement between 2+ parties. An argument contains repeated presentations of conflicting views/opinions, along with added facts and logic to support the original statements.
Some [argue] that there can, theoretically, be an argument consisting of one person (some kind of internal conflict), but pah!, this is just a mulling process- a natural part of making any decision.
The argument started out friendly, but after I was no longer able to mediate between the two parties, it evolved into a fist/foot/food-fight.
a. Something a man can never win against a woman, even if he somehow wins.
b. Something women always win against men, mainly due to their trump card of resorting to screaming when logic fails.
a. I'd say just don't try arguing with females; give up and save your breath, cuz you're not going to win. If you did get into an argument, immediately admit defeat.
b. Logic is irrelevant when a guy argues with a girl, especially if the guy actually has a good point...
The process by which two people repeat the same two conflicting opinions whilst elevating vocal amplitude to falsely assume either of the opinions is correct.
"I am right."
"You are wrong."
"I AM right."
"You ARE WRONG."
a relationship can be defined as an argument;conversation, disagreement,talk, communication
differences in opinions mean you have to listen to the other party and accept their opinion or learn to live with it by being open minded and reaching a compromise regarding the topic of the argument.
I have just had an argument with my boyfriend about what the phrase 'no comment means'.
He does not want to comment on a subject that is important to me. I hate having an argument over something like that..i'm going to call him and make up
competition to see who has more salt
Person 1: hey, why is Karl being so fucking salty?
Person 2: i don't know, but with those sodium chloride levels, he could win a lot of arguments