Bob: Well I think Obama might be the anti-christ.
Joe: Well, let's just agree to disagree. Wanna do lunch?
Bob: Sure thing, old buddy! How about "The Greasy Spoon Diner"... I love that place!
Joe: Seriously??? I think their food SUCKS!
Bob: Ahem! Here we go again!
Girl: But what they believe has a huge effect on the verdict; nothing is objective!
Guy: But to be a judge you must be impartial.
Girl: Aaaah, you just don't get it.
Guy: Can't we just agree to disagree? This argument is really petty. We both seem to be set in our argument.
But what happens when the argument is between two BEST friends?
How can they just drop it and say, "Well, we agree to disagree. I suppose?"
They can't. Not entirely. Hence a new definition: "We agree to disagree as long as we can present our arguments and let other people decide who is right on, www.weagreetodisagree.org " This is a term which describes the situation where two best friends realize again and again that they have nothing in common - they agree to disagree.
Friend two: "Are you effing nuts?! They are way too expensive!"
Friend one: "Well I guess we agree to disagree... in a very public way!"
Kid 2: What happened?
Kid 1: Mom wanted to go to Olive Garden for some alone time with dad, but the NBA championships were on, it was 4th quarter in game 6 of the Bulls-Celtics series. Dad promised to go later, but mom insisted on going now. After 10 minutes of bickering, they ordered me to my room. I could still hear them cursing though
Kid 2: So what happened?
Kid 1: They agree to disagree. Mom went to olive garden with some of her friends and dad stayed home and watched the game.
Kid 2: Was it worth it?
Kid 1: I guess, the bulls won by one point in OT and mom came home full with a smile
Some guy: Nah, it's a myth.
Me: I have the data here to prove it. Take a look.
Some guy: Let's agree to disagree.
2) verb: What many urbandictionary.com users have done in reference to another user's definition of 'agree to disagree'.
2) 954 thumbs up to 3669 down?? I'd say that most people will agree to disagree with Calvin the Great, wouldn't you?