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i made u click

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Started: 1/21/2020 Category: Entertainment
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Ok just see the debating topic later this is the filler let's talking about this word which is wait what word is this again? Oh I am still typing and I hate it because why can't I write it on paper anyways I am going to reveal the topic: sike, I wasn't going to anyways so either way my existence is proven and convincingperson is a bad debater. This is this and that is that. You are you and I am me. Anyways why am I not finishing, Click to find out ha I made u click

Anyways, The debating topic is whether I made you click. Be honest.


Hm, It's true that I clicked.
Still, I'll make an argument.
I'll argue that you offered a choice, By making this visible in the debate section, Rather than 'making me click on it.
Debate Round No. 1


But if you didn't click, You cannot accept on this, So either way I win. GG.


Ah, But I'm not disputing that I clicked. I'm disputing that you 'made me click.
Though it's pretty much the same as the phrase "Made you look"
Even in that case, A person was not 'made to look.
They could have chosen not to.
So still I argue, That in a sense of the word 'made, I was not 'made or forced to look.
Debate Round No. 2


In order to accept this debate, You have to see what this is about or else you might run into something you cannot win. Because you see this and you accepted this, It means this topic interested you as a person to debate with, And thus you want to click. But the objective of your part is that I did not make you click, Meaning that You never clicked. This would essentially mean that no one can accept this and win, Unless bending the rules.


Rules are bendable when they are not rigorously enough defined, And exploitable when they 'are rigorously defined.
It feels like.

I did indeed see what the debate was about.
I don't mind accepting debates that I am unsure I will win.
Indeed, I was/am interested in the topic.
And I chose to click.

My argument is semantic, I think.
But that doesn't make my argument invalid.
Can a person be forced to make a choice that was his own will to choose?
I argue, No.
And from a certain point of view, This isn't wrong.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by 1000lifetimes 2 years ago
You made me click. You've won this round *shakes fist*
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