Politics, religion, and football

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Jest Phulin
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Politics, religion, and football

Post by Jest Phulin » 01 July 2019, 22:50

Just wondering, of politics, religion, and football, which one causes more heated arguments?

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Caffe Latte
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Re: Politics, religion, and football

Post by Caffe Latte » 02 July 2019, 12:19

I guess football, since the discussing first two are forbidden by etiquette....
I personally prefer cats over these three.

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Re: Politics, religion, and football

Post by vichy » 02 July 2019, 19:58

Jest Phulin wrote:
01 July 2019, 22:50
Just wondering, of politics, religion, and football, which one causes more heated arguments?
in Spain, from a couple of years ago, politics. Tto the point of losing the forms in the debates. Until then without any doubt football. We have had fan clubs that cited with others to fight before a game. Religion seems to me a rather residual debate.

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Re: Politics, religion, and football

Post by RicardoRix » 02 July 2019, 21:27

If it's 'how' heated, then with wars and fighting, it has to be religion. But on an everyday vocal argument then with religion everyone already knows where they stand and so there is not much point in debate. Politics as far as I can tell is one big huge confused mess, if there is an argument then it's just a waste of time IMO. And there shouldn't be any argument with football, just sit back and watch some gifted sporting talents, ignore the rolling on the floor acting.

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Re: Politics, religion, and football

Post by qwertasdfg » 02 July 2019, 21:28

the most heated arguments I have seen were about traffic groups and who behaves worse: cars or bikes

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