Effective Argument Style

At the conclusion of an impassioned speech, add the phrase 0ˆ6Q.E.D. bi-atch!0ˆ7

Yesterday at lunch, Margaret demonstrated this highly effective argument style that adds finality to an argument and asserts the domination of the victor.

Q.E.D. is a Latin abbreviation for Quod Erat Demonstrandum [which was to be demonstrated]. It is most often found at the conclusion of mathematical or logical proofs. The juxtaposition of a dead language and adolescent slang demonstrates you have dexterity with language and a flare for rhetorical style. You interlocutor will be intimidated and your audience beguiled. Use it often.

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