I am when people don't confuse my love of discussion as a love of arguments and conflict.
seriously nothing kills a conversation like too much agreement.
what do you think?

-please disagree-
Mary478 Mary478
18-21, F
5 Responses Dec 15, 2015

I'm not going to disagree just because I can. I'm actually a great conversationalist, but If I'm being inaccurate regarding a topic, then I'll accept that, if you can present a good point.

I don't argue to win, I don't have to. I don't have to communicate or have conversation with anyone that I don't want to. I think that some arguments and disagreements can lead to conversations that can result in a common understanding with growth and maturity that can inspire more interesting conversations. Disagree.

your reply made me realize that there's a typo in my post.
"people confuse my love of discussion *for a love of argument"

to discuss is to examine/ talk about a subject. just presenting different opinions and talk them over. to reach a common ground.
an argument however is a course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating truth. it's like a quarrel between opinions. only one is right.

when people turn my beloved discussion into an argument because they're stupid I tend to teas them because discussions are fun, arguments are not but teasing is :)

and yes discussions open interesting conversations, but with arguments people get all worked up over nothing and it's annoying.

I'm confused.

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I do disagree. Being able to agree doesn't mean you cannot continue a conversation. Agreeing with each other can lead to some great conversations where you both want to get deeper on the subject. Where, if you disagree to much it could happen, it could happen that both parties just give up on the conversation. But that's just my view, the most important thing in a conversation (I think) is not pressing a opinion on one other.