The definition of a 21st Century argument is, unfortunately, regularly defined by swearing and/or derogatory racial/sexual slurs. Sure, the focus starts out with differences in opinion, but as tempers flare, tongues loosen.
How much different would life be if the definition of an argument boiled down to who can make the best anagram out of a series of jumbled letters? What if ‘Bums’ wasn’t the last word used to end an argument, but ‘subsect’ was?
Now that Quarrel has come to Xbox Live, the term ‘fighting words’ has taken on a whole other meaning.