>"I' want to buy your eternal soul Anon."
"Preposterous, there's no such thing as a soul. As a staunch atheist I do not believe in a soul."
>"Then you won't mind selling me something that you don't even believe exists right? I've already got the contract written up, take a look."
>"One million bits."
"Are you serious, haha! You're gonna pay me, 1 million bits? I can buy a mansion in Canterlot and hire enough mares to start my own brothel, and you're just gonna give me that, for my 'soul'?"
>"Thats right, it'll be the easiest million you ever made."
>She gives you the contract, it reads,
>Upon signing of the contact the soul of Anonymous shall henceforth become the private property of Twilight Sparkle. And upon his death she may claim it to do with his eternal soul as she wishes.
>Anonymous shall receive 1 million bits tax free from Twilight Sparkle upon signing the contract.
>Plus other such legal certification telling you that this is an official legally binding document.
>"Whaddya say Anon? Theres a lot of things you can do with a million bits."
Sorry Kikelight Sprinkle
I know a jew when I see one
>Tfw saw a vision of the golden ticket and I can relax and wait for death knowing everything will be fine now
Sucks for you, non believers
>you won't mind selling me something that you don't even believe exists right?
For a 'smart pony', Twilight Sparkle, you sure are stupid. This really isn't the gotcha it sounds like.
Leaving aside the issue of whether or not I believe in souls, what comprises a soul, and whether ownership of souls can even be transferred in the first place (plus the means thereof), the fact remains that I have something you want. As you recognise that it is my property to begin with, the inherent title to the goods remains with me regardless whether I acknowledge existence or not.
As such, no matter what my opinion on the existence or non of souls is, the fact remains that you wish to purchase something of mine that you hold to be transferable asset. I'm perfectly entitled to refuse sale, as I'm likewise entitled to refuse to part with any other possession of mine, no justification needed. Especially not to *that* manecut.
That she wants it is obvious, otherwise she wouldn't be trying to buy it. But you not believing it exists is a good argument to decrease its value, making the million bits seem more valuable in comparison. This is called bargaining
Perfectly acceptable. If I put it in, you'll take the deal right?
You'll find out someday.
Very well, enjoy not having a million bits then.
Too bad Twilight doesn't know the Illuminati already sold all human souls a long time ago.
without a second though. I wonder if she's gonna grow a dik and raep mi soul when i'm ded?
Regardless of whether *I* believe it exists, *she* believes it exists, that it belongs to me, and that I can therefore sell it. The value of the goods isn't relevant: I just don't want to sell her anything, nor give a reason why.
>not liking the manecut
I don't know Anon. It looks pretty good on those ponies.
It's pretty sexy
It can't be legally binding, as it's impossible to enforce - or even determine what's been sold.
mfw people literally think 'it's in a contract so it's literally true forever and ever amen'