Okay, I'm going to rob this restaurant and you're either with me or against me.
No, I'm not with you!! That's an example of a black/white fallacy because you are thinking there are only 2 explanations but there's not! I can still help you!
I knew you'd be against me! All heroes have special powers so what's your power that you're going to use to stop me?
Alright, you just used guilt by association fallacy. You assumed that I have powers because all the superheroes you know have powers, but me, I don't have any special powers like them.
Okay well, I have a right to do what I want so therefore, you shouldn't try to stop me.
Now you're just arguing in circles! You just said that with no real evidence to back that up with.
Okay well, I'm going to go rob this restaurant because I know someone who got away with robbery so everyone must get away with it.
You just committed an over-generalization fallacy! You just jumped to the conclusion that everyone gets away because you know one person who got away but you didn't consider all the variables.
Well, that's a good example of a self-evident truth fallacy. You just assumed that everyone agrees with you and that you need no evidence to support that statement. If you're going to try and roast me, do it without using a fallacy.
Well, clearly all superheroes are debbie downers and like to ruin the fun.
Okay fine! You're just like mosquitos. They are annoying and vexing.
Sorry son, but that's a false analogy. You can't think truth can come through by defectively comparing me and mosquitoes.