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    Hey guys, I've been on the web for a while now, and I've got a lil' experience.

    Here's a lil' trick I've learnt. If you want to win an argument on the internet, all you've to do is write "/thread". It's a really smart reference to coding. When you write that after your comment, that means your word is final and you've won the argument. It means you know what you're talking about and that after you've made this sharp and down-to-earth point, there's nothing else to say. It doesn't matter if other people have other ideas or different perspectives. By putting "/thread" after your comment, that means that you're objectively right and therefore there needs to be no further discussion.

    Pretty neat, huh?
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    very cool tip!

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    (Original post by iEthan)
    very cool tip!

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    Except you can actually end the thread :lol:
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    Yell at the opposing team for being racist and then report them. 60% of the time it works everytime
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    That's an fourm pet peeve of mine.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    At which point did your thread end?

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    Wow, you've got too much smarts for me.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    Hey guys, I've been on the web for a while now, and I've got a lil' experience.

    Here's a lil' trick I've learnt. If you want to win an argument on the internet, all you've to do is write "/thread". It's a really smart reference to coding. When you write that after your comment, that means your word is final and you've won the argument. It means you know what you're talking about and that after you've made this sharp and down-to-earth point, there's nothing else to say. It doesn't matter if other people have other ideas or different perspectives. By putting "/thread" after your comment, that means that you're objectively right and therefore there needs to be no further discussion.

    Pretty neat, huh?
    no sh!t
    has been commonplace on bodybuilding.com's misc for years.....

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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    Hey guys, I've been on the web for a while now, and I've got a lil' experience.

    Here's a lil' trick I've learnt. If you want to win an argument on the internet, all you've to do is write "/thread". It's a really smart reference to coding. When you write that after your comment, that means your word is final and you've won the argument. It means you know what you're talking about and that after you've made this sharp and down-to-earth point, there's nothing else to say. It doesn't matter if other people have other ideas or different perspectives. By putting "/thread" after your comment, that means that you're objectively right and therefore there needs to be no further discussion.

    Pretty neat, huh?
    There you win the internet ok take it:
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    Yeah I don't agree with that

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    How to instantly win an Internet argument: be right and so sure of your rightness that no non-right noobs can take that rightness away from you no matter how many statistics they amateurishly Google. The statistics of your mind will always win.
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    Amazing!
    I cannot wait to try it!
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    Nah. Call someone a troll/bigot and they can't really recover.
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    (Original post by Tomasio)
    no sh!t
    has been commonplace on bodybuilding.com's misc for years.....

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    Time to lay down and rot, boyo.

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    Brilliant tip. Everyone gives in, they really do......
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    Hey guys, I've been on the web for a while now, and I've got a lil' experience.

    Here's a lil' trick I've learnt. If you want to win an argument on the internet, all you've to do is write "/thread". It's a really smart reference to coding. When you write that after your comment, that means your word is final and you've won the argument. It means you know what you're talking about and that after you've made this sharp and down-to-earth point, there's nothing else to say. It doesn't matter if other people have other ideas or different perspectives. By putting "/thread" after your comment, that means that you're objectively right and therefore there needs to be no further discussion.

    Pretty neat, huh?
    This is more like a GOTO 10 instruction than an actual tip.

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