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How would I deal with this argument?
I was just in an argument and there was a technique that the other person used that I felt was inappropriate.
This is what ze* said:
“You don’t have to find it odd just because I do, but I’m still going to find it odd no matter which non-emergency situation you can think of to call an emergency.”
-I never said anything was odd
-(For the sake of this question..it’s more complicated than this) I never called the situation an emergency
My initial reaction was that I felt ze put words in my mouth, but really, ze only said things that I feel directly imply that I said those things.
Is this an argumentative fallacy or something? How far does this technicality go? Should I get over it because technically I’m also making a presumption? It happened to me at work today too, where someone said something that I felt put words in my mouth. I didn’t know what to do, so for the future I want to be able to know how to deal with this.