Topic Arguments - The Fastest Way to Make ThemHave you ever considered an example of a topic argument? This is the quickest way to make an argument. You will have to understand that this is the easiest way to make an argument. I am going to explain how to do it.
One thing you have to understand about a topic argument is that it can be very fast. It doesn't take long to say 'I don't like that' to two people. This doesn't mean that you have to say this. In fact, sometimes you just have to ignore their opinion. For example, I wouldn't care if someone said I am right because I don't like oranges.
When I was young, I had an opinion on my neighbor and his wife and he had an opinion on me. If they were sitting at a dinner table together, we would discuss our opinions and we would agree on some things and disagree on others. Sometimes we didn't like each other's opinions, but we always talked things out and we were able to come to some sort of a compromise.
Now, I know what you are thinking. Why is this better than saying I don't like oranges? Well, the problem is that we were both wrong about what we thought. We were not able to talk things out and reach some sort of compromise.
If you want to get to the point of discussion, all you have to do is say that you don't like oranges. Then, both of you can sit down and look at your problems and see what solutions could work for each of you. Now, think about the solutions you are trying to find. They need to be solutions that you could both agree on and then you can figure out how to come up with a compromise.
In your own mind, think about what the solutions might be that you could come up with. Keep in mind that if you're able to come up with solutions that both of you could agree on, then you should be able to come up with a compromise. If you can't do this, then you might be in trouble.
The point of the topic argument is to get you to stop making topics. You don't want to make a topic every time you disagree with someone. You will find that most people don't really like hearing what the other person has to say about the topic. If you only hear the opposite side of the topic all the time, you will never find what the topic is about.
This brings us to one last point: do not make topic arguments over breakfast. People don't like to talk during the day. You have to let them know what the issues are.