I was reading the feisty bitch's latest post
and it got me thinking (told you she's good). See, what she was wondering about in her post was whether there could be win-win situations in arguments, or whether arguments must be zero-sum equations (i.e. for one to win, the other must lose). The following are my words of wisdom concerning the subject. Remember that you heard it here first.
Both parties win when I
finally make you
see what a fucking jackass you've
been and that I've
been right all along. I
win because, well, I
won, and you
win because you're
slightly less of an idiot than you
win also because when you
inherent superiority, I
won't have to kill you
So there you go, there can be arguments that are not zero-sum equations.
I went to Zouk on Wednesday because my friend was celebrating his birthday. This friend of mine is gay and so were those other friends of his who turned up. I was more or less the only straight guy there. So anyway, when I started dancing, the guy actually said that my dancing is gay. Well! How nice. Gay men generally dance better than straight men, or so the stereotype goes, to the extent that if a straight man like myself dances well, we're often mistaken for gays. So having a faggot saying that I dance like a faggot is a compliment of the highest order. Yes, I am the Lord Of Dance.