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The following is Lion King Fan fiction that comments on fallacious arguments, and it will use ones said to Timon the Meerkat as samples:
FORCE Argument (Argumentum Ad Baculum), meaning "Argument of the CUDGEL!
A force argument is a fallacious argument that uses force or the threat of force, physical or not, to scare the pursuadee into accepting the conclusion. This is fallacious because it does not make the argument true.
Picard-only Fan to Timon: The Next Generation is the BEST Star Trek EVER! If you don't believe it and shun TNG, I will have the Hyenas, Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed come over and get you!
A pity argument tires to make the pursuadee feel sorry and take pity upon the arguer in order to promote the conclusion. This is fallacious because the pitiful state of the arguer does not make the conclusion true.
Jar Jar Binks to Timon: Stop telling me how unreal the majestic Sando Aqua Monster is, for the Sando is my hero and real and you are giving me nightmares about Colo Claw Fish.
This uses moral labels to justify the conclusion, but is fallacious because it does not make the conclusion true.
Picard-only Fan to Timon: Reasonable Picard Fans like me agree that TNG is the best story ever written, it is Lion King Freaks like you who have hurt the great TNG!