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"I know more about blood than everyone in the entire world! I am dracula after all." "Yes, honey, but every time that you say you are dracula, someone ends up almost killing us."
Dracula, you are a wise man, huh? Why would I need to believe you because you are dracula? That is truly a fallacy. And Miss, you are saying a false cause and effect. You do not almost die as a result of dracula announcing his name everytime, the two events likely aren't related.
" You are one to talk, logic boy, for you talk about yourself all the time. Now, you will end up dying alone and going to hell because you made fun of the almighty dracula!" "Yeah, honey, you're right. Now logic boy is going to have many bad things happen to him!"
Wow, dracula, two fallacies at once? You are climbing a slippery slope, my boy, as my life will not tumble into a huge calamity just because I pointed out your flaw. Also, your "you're another," pointing out my character trait that I talk about myself too, has no effect on me. As for Miss Dracula, you are just repeating what the Mister said, that something bad will befall me, and thereby arguing in circles.
"Damn you, logic boy! We all know that mortals like you think that you're so clever." "Yeah, honey! But not if we surveyed 10,000 people. I bet 10,000 people would agree with us, and disagree that you are more clever than us if we surveyed them!"
If you want to say that I'm not clever, then maybe you should stop committing so many fallacies. Geez! Dracula, you are arguing with a self-evident truth because you think me being clever is common knowledge. Lady, you are just using a crowd appeal, thinking that just because 10,000 people will believe you means you're right.
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