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Discussions on various topics come up anywhere there is people with certain thoughts These discussions will come up from out of nowhere and from anywhere When a discussion becomes a heated debate as two parties utter back and forth then it is an argument Winning those arguments whether you know or do not know what you are talking about is a great feeling Here is how to win arguments when you have no clue of what the argument entails by making things up using meaningless but weighty-sounding words and phrases and by using snappy comebacks Making things up is harder than it seems Made up phrases just cant be off the top of your head they have to be thought out Suppose in a Peruvian economy argument you are trying to prove Peruvians are underpaid a position you base solely on the fact that YOU are underpaid and you are damned if you are going to let a bunch of Peruvians be better off DONT say I think Peruvians are underpaid Say The average Peruvians salary in 1981 dollars adjusted for the revised tax base is 145281 per annum which is 83607 before the mean gross poverty level This second statement suggests the same thought yet expresses it in a way that sounds more sophisticated and in turn the arguer looks better Next use meaningless but weighty-sounding words and phrases To do this a list needs to be entered into memory Stylish words and phrases include let me put it this way in terms of vis--vis per se as it were qua and so to speak Memorize Latin abbreviations such as QED eg and ie These are all short for I speak Latin and you do not Heres how to use these words and phrases Suppose you want to say Peruvians would like to order appetizers more often but they dont have enough money Nobody wins arguments talking like that But
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