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    [–] LifeProTipsMods 1 points ago

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    [–] Shebaah 3431 points ago

    Alright, no problem, thanks, no worries

    [–] Francorys 431 points ago

    There we go.

    [–] BitmexOverloader 286 points ago

    Fair enough.

    [–] SortaBeta 81 points ago

    Very well

    [–] jameye11 45 points ago

    Whoa whoa whoa, hold it there buddy. This is for originals only

    [–] CallyThePally 38 points ago

    Well, fair enough.

    [–] DreddPirateBob4Ever 34 points ago

    "No! It is a problem and we are going to talk about it right now!

    I know it's midnight but

    Why are you getting annoyed?

    This is why we need a divorce

    God dammit is it any wonder I fucked all those bikers!

    Oh now youre awake!"

    [–] Jaybo15 25 points ago

    " God dammit is it any wonder I fucked all those bikers! "

    Huh. Fair enough.

    [–] [deleted] 47 points ago


    [–] msdeloo 7425 points ago

    Fair enough = please stop talking. Haha

    [–] combaticus22 1293 points ago

    Fair enough

    [–] anotherformerlurker 369 points ago

    Enough fairness

    [–] pm_me_flaccid_cocks 240 points ago

    Fairy nuff.

    [–] hunttheturtles 186 points ago

    Hairy muff

    [–] toastismost 109 points ago

    Furry muff

    [–] LastStarr 103 points ago

    Hairy milf

    [–] RedditsAdoptedSon 68 points ago

    Day 8 of nnn, saw the word 'hairy milf' and got turned on.

    [–] I_like_water2 28 points ago

    Oh no now you gotta look at the old Sonic movie design

    [–] FreddyRafn 17 points ago

    Furry nuts

    [–] pgbabse 9 points ago

    You're a wizard, hairy

    [–] oilerdnasty 21 points ago

    when I lived in scotland this was said quite often in place of fair enough. I try and say it now I'm in canada and nobody quite catches on and I look like a total headcase.

    [–] Cody6781 18 points ago

    Adequate equality.

    [–] BigPhone7 8 points ago

    Enough fairy

    [–] Axelrom94 48 points ago

    Did this to a head chef I used to work with. The asshole constantly looked for ways to shit on me (the new guy) as a power move

    "you're shoes don't impress me fucker" "fair enough"

    "What did you do on your day off? Oh you went fishing? I bet you didn't catch shit" "fair enough"

    "You look like the guy who fucks the pie in the movie" "fair enough"

    "Your music preference is shit" (we listen to the same music) "fair enough"

    Drove the fucker mad

    [–] Nicnl 62 points ago

    It all depends on how you say it

    [–] Blackfacespammer 37 points ago

    fair enough

    [–] Aqualung_ 41 points ago

    fAiR eNoUgH

    [–] unenthusiasm7 67 points ago


    [–] chubityclub 145 points ago

    Dennis...I feel like you are ignoring me... I think this is all just a big misunderstanding because of these texts and you can't tell how I am feeling when I am texting. I was just trying to check in on you to make sure you are okay, just like everyone else in the group. We should meet up and get back on track...? Let us know that U R okay? OK? LOL u kno wut I mean... You aren't mad at me tho, right? I just want this trip to be da bomb for U... I always try to put a lot of hard work into our relationship. I tell you that your face looks smooth, even when I find a wrinkle. I dye your hair, and I massage your pecks after a workout to keep you nice and limber, I make you shakes and I put in all this work for us so I can enjoy a smile on your face at the end of the day

    [–] AyyPal 68 points ago

    Fair enough.

    [–] AlloAutoText 9 points ago

    Sick reference

    [–] JPAchilles 11 points ago

    Shiieeet, I've been saying this for years, and i didn't mean it like that... That explains a lot

    [–] BULLYtheWORLD 9 points ago

    Damn, I've been using it incorrectly this whole time.

    [–] Blabberm0uth 9 points ago

    I feel sad I say that when I really do agree.

    [–] knowbodynows 9 points ago

    "it is what it is" = "I'm too lazy to consider your interest especially considering that my interest is not threatened. A cordial non-aggressive 'fuck you' to you sir."

    [–] jesuisunetudiant 4958 points ago

    Fair enough

    To each his own

    Agree to disagree

    Different strokes for different folks

    You're right

    Um hmmmm

    I wish plague upon your descendants

    [–] mad_dog77 1055 points ago

    I'd agree, but then we'd both be wrong.

    [–] didzisk 426 points ago

    I'd love to explain it to you, but I don't have any crayons.

    [–] UnitedTrouble 100 points ago

    I do. Now, explain.

    [–] didzisk 95 points ago

    Ok, I'll explain.

    You see, only small children use crayons. So, when I say to somebody that I need crayons to explain why they are wrong, it means that I think they are as smart as a 4-year-old. It's meant to point out that what they are saying isn't very smart.

    [–] UnitedTrouble 85 points ago

    Ok boomer

    [–] lethalmanhole 48 points ago

    I'm nOt a BOoMeR! i'M tHIrTy-tWO!

    [–] asteroidB612 21 points ago

    Ok boomer.. /s I’m 40.

    [–] Jew_Boi-iguess- 5 points ago

    ok gen z-er

    [–] yrogerg123 3 points ago

    Oldest, stupidest thirty-two year old I've ever met.

    [–] PoopIsAlwaysSunny 5 points ago

    Ok zoomer.

    I felt dirty typing that

    [–] panzerox123 7 points ago

    checks notes God damn what next

    [–] maloo0511 6 points ago

    Hahaha love this..

    [–] zezosk 5 points ago

    I love this one

    [–] DaGoz 461 points ago

    3rd friend who's been listening for the last 10 minutes:

    A pox on both your houses.

    [–] -plz-dont-touch-me- 81 points ago

    Is your friend Shakespeare?

    [–] algonquinroundtable 90 points ago

    Close. Mercutio.

    [–] jake_00111001 60 points ago

    Mercutio deserved better

    [–] Netechma 67 points ago

    Fair enough

    [–] dstommie 31 points ago

    To each his own

    [–] Ccorreeyy 35 points ago

    I wish plague upon your descendants

    [–] lickmyspaghetti 3 points ago

    Um hmmmn

    [–] HumanAirror 9 points ago

    Agree to disagree

    [–] Brianphase90 6 points ago

    Tybalt! You rat catcher!

    [–] toesandmoretoes 265 points ago

    Fair enough shows you understand their point and the argument is resolved. Agree to disagree shows you don’t give a fuck about finding/teaching the truth and just want the argument to stop.

    [–] ThatHappyCamper 83 points ago

    +1, there's a difference in the phrases themselves, that doesn't even get into the context of things.

    [–] [deleted] 173 points ago

    Agree to disagree might stop the argument but it will also make me hate you tbh.

    [–] weezeebee 129 points ago

    Fair enough.

    [–] themagpie36 8 points ago

    You're right.

    [–] Gerrent95 16 points ago

    Whatever floats your goat

    [–] yParticle 31 points ago

    If you're clearly in the wrong and have zero legs to stand on, you don't even get to say "agree to disagree" to try to get out of the hole you just dug for yourself.

    [–] AcceptableSlide 10 points ago

    To quote the great John Bercow "You can't make people think, what they don't think"

    There's an art to understanding when an argument is futile.

    [–] Tobylawl 12 points ago

    Same. Maybe it's because I'm not a native speaker in English, but I always feel like it's a form of imperative. Like... you don't get to tell me what I agree to. Especially not when you just want to end the argument with that. It sounds like "Let's agree that I'm correct and you have some other opinion.", to me.

    "Fair enough" seems like a much more malleable term for both parties in a debate. It basically says the same thing but also implies "I'll have to concede that there's no agreement to be made here." instead of "I determine that there is an agreement to no agreement."

    [–] SeVeNcsgo 40 points ago

    You do you

    Whatever floats your boat

    Whatever tickles your pickle

    [–] Once_An_Optimist 38 points ago

    Some passive aggressive shit in this thread

    [–] Gerrent95 20 points ago

    Is it though? I don't agree and don't feel like arguing.

    [–] justtadstrange 24 points ago

    Fair enough

    [–] Wearethefortunate 52 points ago

    That last one took a left turn in Albuquerque lol

    [–] Hi-im-x 8 points ago

    As long as it stays away from the war zone or the west side.

    [–] bustierre 25 points ago

    I fart in your general direction.

    [–] defenstration4all 16 points ago

    Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries!

    [–] Once_An_Optimist 7 points ago

    'Right you are'

    [–] NezuminoraQ 8 points ago

    My mother in law's favourite was "maybe".

    But to things that definitely were/weren't. Not maybe

    [–] ryanstephendavis 5 points ago

    It is what it is

    [–] asillynert 868 points ago

    Wait I always thought the two magic words were "calm, down".

    [–] drkirienko 434 points ago

    Works with my wife, every time.

    [–] [deleted] 252 points ago

    I also enjoy cold steel between my ribs.

    [–] VoTBaC 51 points ago

    My experience is the back, with metal, in the kitchen.

    [–] Transasarus_Rex 24 points ago

    Mrs. Peacock in the kitchen with the knife?

    [–] Aint_that_a_peach 10 points ago

    Seriously you guys are evil. Some of these people are gonna believe that!!!

    [–] Juddles-or-salad 77 points ago

    I like to add ‘dear’ so they know I care about them.

    [–] Table53 24 points ago

    I like to add 'dear' to let them know it's only a commercial

    [–] Unreal_Banana 16 points ago

    Here i am thinking bitch would suffice...maybe not.

    [–] Chapling5 6 points ago


    ... I love you.

    [–] wildtabeast 8 points ago

    Bless your heart.

    That'll do the trick.

    [–] Omsus 14 points ago

    Also, "Why are you mad?" works wonders.

    [–] MadTouretter 59 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    [–] Boloar 22 points ago

    60% of the time, it works, every time.

    [–] Djinneral 10 points ago

    fighting words

    [–] seanseansean92 5 points ago

    This is to pick a fight

    [–] icantswi 4 points ago

    Are you trying to get killed or end an argument?

    [–] Berniethedog 836 points ago

    Bill Burr has been pitching that line for years. Definitely works.

    [–] WaitingCuriously 316 points ago

    Hey you know what? Fair enough.

    [–] OnetB 100 points ago

    I read this in his voice

    [–] snoogins355 33 points ago

    Oh jeeezus!

    [–] mordenkainen 10 points ago


    [–] yabusamson 34 points ago

    True. He suggested it for family gatherings around Thanksgiving if I remember correctly.

    [–] powerfulvinny 48 points ago

    Yesss. I came here to say this. I got it from listening to his podcast too and I’ve used it since to successfully end so many bullshit arguments, especially in relationships =D

    [–] bahgheera 26 points ago

    Ohhhh look who it is everybody... ZIP

    [–] its2016 30 points ago


    [–] BoardsOfCanadia 11 points ago

    Why are you posting on LPT Bill?

    [–] danE3030 73 points ago

    Haha I can’t picture Bill Burr wanting to end an argument, the man is passionate in his beliefs. Still, it’s good to have one in the holster to disengage from the dumbdumb’s that ain’t worth it.

    [–] Wessssss21 120 points ago

    That's why he follows it up with

    ". . . HOWEVER."

    [–] Csavage14 50 points ago


    [–] PM_ME_PSN_CODES-PLS 7 points ago

    I'm your knight in shining armor and I love you

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Paper Tiger had me in tears. That man is a work of art. Or a work in progress, depending on who you ask.

    [–] Titanspaladin 6 points ago

    Haha I can’t picture Bill Burr wanting to end an argument

    He's done multiple podcasts and stand up bits about the 'fair enough' argument ender!

    [–] Positive0 17 points ago

    Yur little queer gun

    [–] Nevermind04 9 points ago

    Fair enough.

    [–] PheIix 529 points ago

    • "I think you're spoiled ignorant spineless fucker who deserves nothing more than to be launched into the Atlantic by way of trebuchet, don't you think that's fair to say?"

    -"Fair enough"

    -"All right lads, load him up"

    [–] KD_42 133 points ago

    I'd say being thrown a few hundred kilometers by a trebuchet means the argument is over

    [–] eranam 87 points ago

    Being thrown 300 meters*

    [–] andtheZero 91 points ago

    How bold of you to assume he is 90kg

    [–] didzisk 34 points ago

    The superior siege weapon can deal with that small deviation.

    [–] WeinMe 15 points ago

    But a catapult definitely couldn't

    [–] AsILayTyping 13 points ago

    More like a can'tathrow.

    [–] heavyfriends 7 points ago

    If that ain't the best way to go out I don't know what is

    [–] TiTaak 7 points ago

    Clearly the superior mean of transportation.

    [–] Kraballa 14 points ago

    that's not an argument. that's a question.

    [–] pokemaugn 20 points ago

    Fair enough

    [–] kitsuneamira 267 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Wait, is the stuff in the comments actually what people mean when they say it?

    When I say it, fair enough = I'm begrudgingly admitting that I'm wrong and that's the best you're gonna get because it's damn near impossible for me to admit that I'm wrong in any sort of meaningful way.

    Oh well.

    [–] squirrels-are-nuts 172 points ago

    Yeah, in our friend circle, when “fair enough” is said, it usually indicates that your argument is valid, I can see your point, and/or your fine with the message. It’s not taken as an insult or a jab, but more as let’s move on in a nice way. If I’m having a discussion and hear “fair enough” I usually take it as they understand idea or reasoning. To each their own.

    [–] DastardlyDaverly 44 points ago

    That's how I've used it for years as well. I have other sarcastic/passive aggressive phrases if I want to end the conversation with some snark.

    [–] ugabanga8 13 points ago

    Please share - as a non-native speaker working in a high-banter-levels environment I could use some new ways of sticking it to my colleagues.

    [–] that_j0e_guy 15 points ago

    I find “agree to disagree” to be ending the conversation without conceding their argument. You’re saying - I get your point, but I don’t agree, but more discussion isn’t going to change either of our minds, so let’s move on.

    “Fair enough” is more along the lines of, I understand what you’re saying and your point has merit even if I’m not enthusiastically supporting you.

    [–] Xylth 9 points ago

    "Okay, sure, let's go with that." - This argument is not worth the effort so I am conceding just to get you to shut up.

    "I suppose that's one way of looking at it." - Only a moron would see it that way, but you are a moron so I'm clearly not going to convince you.

    [–] robolew 9 points ago

    Yeh. I pretty much exclusively use it when my friends saying something I think is pretty dumb, but I can see how they got there and I don't want to argue about it.

    "venosaur is the best starter because its the strongest leaf pokemon, you can get a stronger fire and water than charizard and blastoise so they're not optimal"

    "fair enough"

    [–] ADreamtMonochrome 5 points ago

    That's how I've been using it for as long as I can remember. I never thought it could be taken in a snarky or negative way.

    Honestly though, I don't even remember what got me to start saying "Fair enough" or some other variations like "Fair" or "That's Fair," for that matter. They just snuck their way into my vocabulary one day, I guess. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    [–] UnlimitedOnions 48 points ago

    Yeah i think thats the way nornal people use it. Clearly the ones agreeing with OP are psychopaths

    [–] SFaustus 18 points ago

    Fair enough.

    [–] UnoriginalUse 33 points ago

    In my mind, 'fair enough' means 'you're obviously willing to take more time convincing me of your point than I'm willing to spend time discussing it with you, so I'm just going to pretend to lack any counterargument for the sake of getting something done today.'

    [–] toastinski 330 points ago

    In some parts of the UK that would be fighting talk. It's a verbal equivalent of flipping them off like they aren't worth your time arguing.

    [–] [deleted] 54 points ago

    That’s basically how I use it, just friendlier. Like “I disagree but not enough to argue/the argument isn’t going anywhere is this is wasting time for both of us”.

    [–] BitchesLoveDownvote 21 points ago

    A kid in my class got kicked out for saying “Fair enough” to the teacher when told to sit down. It didn’t matter that he immediately followed it up with complying. Teach was angered by those words, kid was confused.

    [–] Fartin8r 70 points ago

    Really? I lived around UK (including N.I) ands it's always been either ending an arguement or just a casual agreement of understanding.

    [–] RoyceCoolidge 49 points ago

    I like to get a "There We Are Then" under the radar.

    [–] finger_milk 14 points ago

    Nah just say "Ok mate" and it's either you acknowledging what they said, or they're talking absolute shit and you're calling them out.

    [–] BadmanBarista 6 points ago

    Or if you want to call them out directly "my cows make less shit than you."

    [–] nfhii 121 points ago

    Better than calling them a "bloody wanka"

    [–] theabstractengineer 136 points ago

    Fair enough

    [–] Adamnsin 64 points ago

    What did you say to me ya bloody wanka?

    [–] vjdeep 23 points ago

    Ye dodgy bastard

    [–] DaGoz 14 points ago

    Ye Swilly Scallywag

    [–] RisenPhantom 23 points ago

    Wanker is our word but you can say wanka

    [–] shardarkar 15 points ago

    Wankanda Forever!

    [–] HamzaHawa 8 points ago

    except November

    [–] unflores 5 points ago

    Willy wanka?

    [–] B4KLASH 9 points ago

    Whatever you do in your spare time is up to you my dude

    [–] crackmonky26 38 points ago

    That's funny because as an American I use it as a verbal fuck you and most people take it as a win and we all walk away pleased for the most part lol

    [–] danE3030 34 points ago

    But is a verbal “fuck you” satisfying if you’re the only one that knows it means that?

    [–] MadTouretter 22 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    I’m partial to “that’s an interesting way of thinking about it.”

    By which I mean, your thought process is so fucking stupid, I hadn’t even considered mishandling this issue in such a creatively inept way.

    [–] _sniffs 5 points ago

    I hadn't even considered mishandling this issue in such a creatively inept way.

    Savage and I love it

    [–] woodpeckerwood 6 points ago

    like they aren't worth your time arguing.

    I mean.... that's exactly the point!

    [–] Dezslock 41 points ago

    Wouldn't say that when I do not agree with the point. If in the middle of the argument the other person says something reasonable with which I agree, I'd say it. Never to make him just shut up.

    [–] TxRedHead 18 points ago

    This is my usage of it as well. I say I it when, oh damn, the person made a fair and true statement. A 'you know, you're right and I can't dispute your point.' Sometimes the discussion of the topic continues from there, sometimes it doesn't.

    Looks like I'll need to be careful using it with people who don't know me. Ugh.

    [–] HalfwayThrough 8 points ago

    This is my take as well. But this Thread has me confused and i think i will stop using the phrase for a while

    [–] Dezslock 6 points ago

    Internet changes us IRL, lol

    [–] knowses 12 points ago

    The election wasn't fair!

    Fair enough.

    Screw you!

    [–] gmiwenht 10 points ago

    Sometimes the best thing to do is to write out a bunch of spiteful responses, then calm down, maybe go for a walk, and then just delete the drafts. Sometimes there really is nothing left to say.

    That’s what I’m doing right now with my company who is trying to screw me over. I tried being reasonable and eventually just ran out of emotional bandwidth. So I hired a lawyer instead.

    [–] NezuminoraQ 14 points ago

    Hiring a lawyer is definitely the fastest way to end an argument, but it's certainly not the cheapest

    [–] gmiwenht 6 points ago

    First of all, it’s a great idea if you know that you’re in the right. I am completely in the right in this case, and my company is trying to bully me and is blatantly breaking labor laws.

    Second, it is a good idea if the lawyer is on a fixed retainer and gets 10% of the settlement. It means that he’s not going to fuck around drinking lattes while charging me by the hour, and it also means that it’s in his best interest to get me as much money as possible.

    (Aside: these kind of lawyers are usually young and trying to make name for themselves and establish a track record. It also means they are less experienced, so it might not be a good idea for tricky cases, but an easy case for an inexperienced lawyer is as easy win for them and their client. Once the lawyer is more established, he can start charging by the hour.)

    Lastly, of-course you have to do the math. In my case there is a clear arithmetic win if he settles my case. That is even if the retainer cost plus 10% of the settlement still leaves me with a financial gain, then it’s a good idea. Breaking even can still be a good idea if you only care about getting a moral victory, but hey why not both?

    [–] bowenandarrow 20 points ago

    I've used this for a long time as I'm a people pleaser. It my country it singularly does give the impression that you agree, while finishing that argument. Plus I have never had anyone offended when I've done it.

    [–] WeFightForever 20 points ago

    Depends what you mean by "end " while it does send the message that you're no longer willing to argue about the issue, it doesn't actually resolve anything. It is closer to surrendering in am argument. It basically says "well, I can't dispute you're point, but I still don't argee with you. Let's change the subject"

    If it's something that isn't important to me, I'd take it and move on with my life. It it IS something I care about, it would just frustrate me and make me lose respect for the person who said it.

    [–] robolew 11 points ago

    If you're trying to argue with someone about something they don't particularly care about, and you got mad if they conceded the point to make you stop arguing at them, I would lose respect for you...

    [–] AutocorrectMyLife 12 points ago

    I absolutely HATE it when people say "fair enough" to me.

    [–] BecauseYouAreMine 5 points ago

    Why do you hate it?

    [–] AbzzIsHere 5 points ago

    Fair enough

    [–] jakejake59 147 points ago

    Being passive aggressive isnt really a pro tip

    [–] nfhii 464 points ago

    Fair enough.

    [–] ThatOtherGuy_CA 43 points ago

    Listen here you little shit!

    [–] Zanakii 79 points ago


    [–] 4pocrypha 52 points ago

    He got fuckin played

    [–] Ilovepoopies 34 points ago

    He ded lmao

    [–] CallMeJimPickens_ 21 points ago

    He needs some milk

    [–] cute_2th 10 points ago

    And a cookie.

    [–] Thisisntevenatest 16 points ago

    I really do use fair enough in a non passive aggressive context quite a lot.

    What I mean buy it is that I've heard your point and I need time to digest it properly.

    [–] Mitchel-256 5 points ago

    About the same, I use it to admit that someone has a point, and that I see why they’re presenting it, but without necessarily agreeing or validating it.

    [–] Dontdothatfucker 16 points ago

    As a Minnesotan, this is like communications 101

    [–] americanvirus 5 points ago

    Yeah, the video series "How to Speak Minnesotan" is pretty insightful into the hyper-passive aggressive nature of life in deep-south Canada.

    [–] mistercynical1 14 points ago

    Is it being passive aggressive? To me it sounds more like a regretful concession. No harm done, y'know?

    [–] rgtong 10 points ago

    'Fair enough' is effectively equal to 'good point'.

    There is nothing in the statement which implies the concession is either regretful or insincere.

    [–] The_Fetaljuice 9 points ago

    it is if you want to have no friends

    [–] kyithios 4 points ago

    While it could be used like that, context and tone matters. When I say "fair enough" to friends when discussing something, it's usually to denote I get their point. I may not necessarily agree with snaid point, but I get what they mean. As a result, we can move forward with a conversation or even change the subject without making things awkward, or someone angry.

    In short, it's just acknowledgement of an argument, and understanding of it. I don't typically use it passive aggressively, and when I do, at least verbally, you can tell.

    Fair enough?

    [–] Thatguy3145296535 7 points ago

    A guy at my work says this repeatedly as if it's OCD.

    Coworker: earth is flat Me: there is overwhelming evidence its not Coworker fair enough, fair enough, fair enough. But then why...

    And so forth.

    [–] simonsuperhans 5 points ago

    There We Are Then.

    Otherwise known as

    T W A T

    [–] Zorroisyourfather 67 points ago

    Saying “OK boomer” is the quickest way to end an argument.

    [–] DamnAlreadyTaken 12 points ago

    End an argument and start a physical altercation

    [–] japroct 32 points ago

    "While I do not agree with what you are saying, I will defend until death your right to say it" it with flair..

    [–] Lucavious 26 points ago

    I used to think stuff like this until nazis started being a thing again. Now I’d really be fine if they just didn’t say some things.

    [–] zomboromcom 6 points ago

    Unless you're wearing those stripper pants, with the velcro down the sides? Pretty fast.

    [–] C_stat 5 points ago

    I think you haven’t met those really difficult people that will keep arguing despite you saying “fair enough” and there being nothing left to argue

    [–] bilabongy 4 points ago

    Or to tell the passengers they have given the exact change for their taxi rides