Wormfather wrote:After a shitty day of prep (tired n shit) and less than 72 hours before d-day I finally realized I'm in too deep...
So I'm watching Brickleberry (funny believe it or not) and one of the guys, trying to prove that the girl he just slept with wasnt a whore says the following: "if she was a prostitute, why didn't I wear a condom?"
To which I start laughing but within seconds I'm writing the conditional in my head. After thinking about it, this would probably not be a weaken/strengthen question but a flaw or parallel flaw one.
Then again, given the conversation it could be a point at issue question.
See? In too deep.
Then again it could also be an assumption, if it was rephrased from a rhetorical question to a statement.
Sounds like a sufficient assumption question: Prostitute -> wear condom; contrapositive: didn't wear condom -> not prostitute. Agreed that it could also be parallel the flaw with some form of mistaken negation as the flaw, though.