If two groups have a disagreement, the one who arrived there second should leave. If they were there at the same time, the smaller one should leave. If they are of equal sizes (or in a disagreement between single people, not in groups) the one with the problem should leave, amirite?

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Number or people who agree with either group are counted as part of that group when size is the deciding factor.

If it's at a party, the one that the host dislikes leaves, although he/she/they shouldn't be there in the first place, unless there with a friend of the host.

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It's all circumstantial really.

@SpearmintMilk It's all circumstantial really.

Yeah. There's no absolute blanket rule for anything. Still, I couldn't think of a situation where these wouldn't apply.

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