It's so spooky Amunette. We are very alike in so many ways except for the fact that I am so much older than you. I used to be so very opinionated (ok, so no change there) but one thing I have learnt with age and with much constructive criticism from wise people like Grockle is to respect the views of others and most important of all, to resist the temptation to always have the last word in an argument. Having made your point then rest your case on the strength of your stated argument. To keep on coming back is an implicit admission of having failed to land your knock out punch. So just make your point, stand back and look cool, leaving the referee (Joe Public) to count out your opponent. Never set out to destroy your opponent and silence in an argument so often implies strength rather than weakness.
One final point Amunette. From experience, never ever take on Edward Bear on culinary matters. He will eat you alive, quite literally. I am still convinced that he had something to do with the mysterious disappearance of RW many years ago.
Incidentally, Malcolm Walker, the owner of Iceland used to be a neighbour, customer and acquaintance of ours and we once entertained him at our home. He was very arrogant and tried to ride roughshod over other less wealthy customers (our friends) but Mrs Falstaff would have none of it and sent him away in his Roller with one of his a frozen sausage rolls up his a**e. He never returned.