1. Fracas over lunch
The most ridiculous argument my friends and I have ever had was over which restaurant we should go to for lunch. Unable to reach an agreement, we skipped lunch and ignored each other for the rest of the day. Silly?
2. Should've listened
When my teachers say something important, my friends sometimes don't listen. Then, when they ask me what the teacher said, I tell them. But they just don't believe me.
3. Veggie or meat?
When it comes to random arguments, choosing a place for lunch wins easily. To make matters worse, I am a vegetarian, while all my friends are meat-lovers. You can imagine our debates!
4. BYO stationery
The most random argument I've ever had with a friend was about ... stationery. I used to borrow her correction tape sometimes, but she thought I should bring my own. She got angry and refused to talk to me again - ever.
5. Morning frenzy
It goes like this every morning as I argue with myself: should I change into my uniform first, then eat breakfast, or eat breakfast first, then change into my uniform? Tough call.
6. Vimeo fan
My friend, who studies film, has introduced me to Vimeo. I was a self-proclaimed lover of YouTube. But after watching the Meet the Sloths video on Vimeo, I've been converted.
7. Fight with a bite
One of the most random things my friends and I have argued about is Taylor Swift versus Twilight. Yes, they are two completely unrelated subjects, I know.
8. Me against science
I have studied many scientific theories, but it seems that they do not always reflect the truth, or do they? Is science the only way to explain the world?
9. Hair-raising ...
I have slightly curly hair. So does my friend Louisa, who is a poodle. She has had her fur straightened recently. I had a three-hour discussion on the pros and cons of each style last night - with myself.
10. Coloured view
The most random argument I have had with a friend was about what colour a phone should be: pink or purple?
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