I don't care what you say. I like this coffee because it's from this shop. Therefore, it means it's the best. And since you disagree with me, you and all your friends don't know what you're talking about.
Well, it's either this coffee shop is the best in the world or the worst in the world. 90% of people who come to this shop say they like it. So which is it?
Every other coffee shop I have tried around here hasn't even come close to this place. So that means any other shop in existence wont either!
Logic Girl says: "That's not a concrete argument, Fallacy Friend. It sounds like you're going in circles with no evidence. Also, you can't assume my friends don't have valid thoughts simply because they're my friends. That's guilt by association.
Well, you're just arguing with me because I'm your friend! You wouldn't be saying these things if I were your brother.
Logic Girl says: "There isn't just a two-way answer here. This shop lands on a wide spectrum of "good" ratings. And throwing facts at me that could be biased or false doesn't make me believe your argument much."
You know what, Logic Girl? Arguing with you is just like writing a high school research paper. No matter how much evidence you put in, your jaded teacher still isn't going to believe your claim.
Logic Girl says: "Fallacy Friend, you haven't tried every single coffee shop on the planet. If you have, this statement might be legitimate. Otherwise, you're falsely overgeneralizing.
Logic Girl says: "Woah Fallacy Friend, now you're getting personal. And yes, I would be arguing this with my brother. I wouldn't allow him to believe a fallacy of logic."
Logic Girl says: "No sensible teacher would accept ANY evidence if it were false or didn't make sense! That analogy just backfired on you bigtime."