"What?! You called me an idiot and a moron before even listening to why I'm in the <<print $hate>> club and not in the <<print $love>> club! Yesterday I was thinking maybe I'd leave the <<print $hate>> club because they've been doing some things lately that I"m not really happy with, but after seeing how someone in the <<print $love>> club acts, I'm going to consider you a representitive of the whole <<print $love>> community and I'm not going to bother! Good day!"
"I just really like <<print $hate>>. Why are you in the <<print $love>> club?"\n\nI think <<print $love>> are better than <<print $hate>>. I'm not sure why you like <<print $hate>> - in my experience people who like <<print $hate>> just don't fully understand the benefits of <<print $love>>. [[ -->|benefits]]\n\nBecause clearly <<print $love>> are better than <<print $hate>>. I mean how could you think otherwise? Nobody with a truly informed opinion could possibly think <<print $hate>> are better than <<print $love>>! [[ -->|informed]]
"I think my opinion about <<print $hate>> is actually pretty well informed - and if you stop belittling me, I'd be willing to chat it out with you."\n\nOk, I'm up for that. So why do you like <<print $hate>> over <<print $love>>, when <<print $love>> is more openly supportive of good things and takes a more active, public role than <<print $hate>> in opposing bad things? Here, look at this unbiased evidence collected from this reputable source. [[ --> |public]]\n\nNah - I don't waste my time talking to people who honestly believe <<print $hate>> are better than <<print $love>> - you probably wouldn't listen if I told you why <<print $love>> are better anyway. [[ --> |anyway]]
"I would have been willing to share opinions with you but it's obvious you don't want to listen after assuming I've chosen my side without any insight into the differences between <<print $love>> and <<print $hate>> and then write me off as unnegotiable. You've proven to me that people who like <<print $love>> are everything I thought they were, so I'll just stick with <<print $hate>>, thank you very much."
"I didn't know that. I know <<print $hate>> spent a large amount of donations in securing good stuff for a disadvantaged group last year, but now that you mention it I did hear undertones that the move was made to further some nasty political submotive, so maybe <<print $hate>> aren't so clean after all. Hey, thanks for the calm and collected argument. I think I'll go resign from <<print $hate>> and I'll see you at the <<print $love>> club!"
<<set $love = prompt("Please tell me something you love, like Cats / Zen")>><<set $hate = prompt("Great - now please tell me something similar that you hate, like Dogs / Discordianism")>>"Hey, I'm in the <<print $hate>> club - what about you?"\n\nI'm in the <<print $love>> club. What made you choose <<print $hate>>?[[ ->|love]]\n\nYou're in the <<print $hate>> club? You're an idiot and a moron.[[ ->|hate]]
"I'm pretty sure I understand what <<print $love>> and <<print $hate>> can both offer me, and from where I'm sitting, <<print $hate>> offer the best option - so why do YOU like <<print $love>>?"\n\nWell, did you know that <<print $love>> are more openly supportive of good things and takes a more active, public role than <<print $hate>> in opposing bad things? Here, look at this unbiased evidence collected from this reputable source.[[ --> |public]]\n\n\nHell, if you like them so much, stick with them! I don't need to justify my reasons to the likes of you! I'm sure we don't need you in the <<print $love>> club anyway!<<if not $moron>>[[ --> |hate]]<<else>>[[ -->|anyway]]<<endif>>
<<set $moron = true>>"Clearly <<print $hate>> are better than <<print $love>> because people in the <<print $love>> club are insulting and rude!"\n\nHow dare you?! I happen to be one of the politest members of the <<print $love>> club - and all you can do to defend <<print $hate>> is to call me names so CLEARLY people who like <<print $love>> are better than people who like <<print $hate>>! [[ -->|clearly]]\n\nYou're right, I'm sorry. That was uncalled for. I feel pretty strongly that <<print $love>> are better than <<print $hate>> and sometimes I get a little carried away. Shall we start over? Why are you in the <<print $hate>> club?[[ --> |love]]
"Wait a minute - you're the one who called me an idiot and a moron first!"\n\nThat's typical of a <<print $hate>> fan - trying to turn everything back on me because you don't have an argument worth listening to! [[ -->|what]]\n\nYou're right, I'm sorry; that was pretty rude of me. Let's start again - so why are you in the <<print $hate>> club? [[ -->|love]]