For the last time, I can´t help you with this. Nor either get out and let me practice or I´ll force you out myself.
Just hear me out, all I need is this small bit of help and I´ll leave you alone.
I just need you to help me with this project so my parents will let me go to prom. My mom said if i don´t the boogieman will get me. I´m scared.
Well now that you mention prom, I heard Sarah is dateless and has been waiting for someone to ask her to go with her. So I would hurry and ask her before someone else does.
Uh... I uhm... I have to go work on something for English. Uh, I´ll talk to you later.
This is an example of an either/or fallacy because she´s telling him that he can either get out himself or she will forcefully make him get out.
This is a genetic fallacy because he said he heard from his mom that the boogieman is real and that he is scared even though the boogieman isn´t real.
This is an example of red herring because she tries to distract him by saying a certain girl he likes is looking for a date to prom and trying to convince him to go ask her now before someone else does just so he´ll leave her alone.