People are like machines. They need caffeine to operate.
Hey there kids, you should definitely go into this shop. The coffee is the best in town, I would know.
Suzie, that's a thin-entering wedge fallacy. And Mister, that's a false analogy. WE don't need that to function.
If I start drinking coffee then all my friends will think im cool because I seem older so then everyone will start doing it and Ill be the most popular girl in school.
2. So you are going to listen to me then?
3. No Suzie, dont. Hes using wise men fallacy on us.
1. I am not a huge fan of coffee but you are an adult and adults drink a lot of coffee so that must mean it is the best if he says so.
Dong go using the self-evident truth fallacy on me. It does not pertain to us or now. That's just a general statement and you're overgeneralizing adults.
4. Everyone knows that adults drink coffee because it energizes you.
2. That is a complete distortion in averages and facts. Now you are trying to use facts and figures fallacy.
1. How dare you! About 85% of this town says the coffee here is the best and the rest don't drink coffee according to a recent town paper article.
4. No Suzie! Now you're using black/white fallacy. Just because I don't drink it doesn't mean I'm going to be exhausted.
3. You don't want to drink coffee? Would you rather be tired ALL day?
This random older man is telling the kids they should go to the coffee shop just because he thinks it is the best in town. The girl is using thin entering wedge fallacy because she thinks it'll be a domino effect once she drinks coffee. The older man is using the false analogy to make the kids to get coffee.
1.Every time I don't drink coffee, something bad happens in this town. Which s fine with me.
I can't believe you are using crowd appeal on me! This man is ruining us. My peronality has nothing to do with coffee.
The wise men fallacy being is being used here because the opinion is coming from an adult which is some kind of "authority" figure so the kids think he's an expert at coffee. Also, Suzie is overgeneralizing adults.
Sorry, I went to go get coffee. I realized people who dont drink coffee are lazy. You arent, so you must be lazy! I dont like dating lazy people.
Here, Andrew points out another fallacy the "villain" is using. Accusing him of distorted numbers. Also black and white because it is either one of other to the extreme.
I want to break up with you.
Here, Andrew is telling the man hes using the false cause and affect analogy because there is no correlation when the man drinks coffee and what happens to the town. He then turned it around and used youre another fallacy since he took his girl's phone.
4. Oh Yeah!? Well you do know I saw you take that phone from Suzie right?
3. You need to stop harassing us or I will call authorities into this.
2.That makes no sense! Thats a false cause and effect analogy!
6. She's my girlfriend and I wanted to see if she was cheating. Any boyfriend or girlfriend would do this! Shoot, now im using crowd appeal to justify it!
5.Shoot, he is using "You're Another Fallacy" on me by accusing me of something after me to him.
That man is a complete jerk! Everything he says is wrong and a fallacy!
Andrew is explaining how mean the guy is by the getting personal fallacy. Andrew convinced his sort of evil girlfriend how shes using crown appeal on him by saying lazy people dont drink coffee so therefore hes lazy.
Look who is using the getting personal fallacy! You aren't as good as you thought.
We are literally using the arguing in circles fallacy!
At the end, the villain split them up by using his fallacies. He had them arguing in circles because she wouldnt give a real and informational answer as to why shes breaking up with him.