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Occasionally, when logic and rational inferences based on experience were not enough, Plato and Aristotle would resort to settling their discourse by other means.
'That's right! Take refuge in logical argument.'
Joe's Weight Gain: '...none of my good pants fit right now...but since we'll be sitting the whole time, I figures it wouldn't really matter...'
"If homosexuality is inherited, shouldn't it have died out by now?"
Institute of logic: 'If we're all walking in the same direction we must be going to the same place.'
'Well, if you insist on using logic I see little point in continuing this argument.'
'All cats have four legs. I have four legs. Therefore, I am a cat.'
'Why can't you just think irrationally every once in a while?'
'According to the previous exercise's logic, this time the result must be six.'
'Come on, it's not logical that we both think the grass is greener on the other side...'
'You're so illogical. I can never win an argument with you.'
'According to the law of averages, wouldn't the glass slipper fit a lot of maidens?'
'Wouldn't a color-coded chart have worked better?'
'Well, think about it: Why do they call themselves 'cowboys' when in fact they ride us all day long...'
"If you don't value logic, then logically there's no logical argument I can make to convince you to value logic."
"Sod U OK!?"