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!"
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.
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.
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!
Guy 2: How do you know?
Guy 1: Because there is proof of such.
Guy 2: So in order for you to make this claim then you must have absolute proof that proof exist to disprove the existence of God.
Guy 1: Yes
Guy 2: Then you you must be God.
Guy 1: No, God does not exist.
Guy 2: but in order for you to say you have absolute proof to disprove the existence of God you must be omnipresent and all knowing to make such a claim. Are you any of those?
Guy 1: Well I just think that we should agree to disagree then.