Alright readers of the NonSequitur, I have an exercise for you. John and I have had a few laughs with the following form of joke: employ a fallacy in giving an argument against using that fallacy. It's funny. Here are a few examples:
Agree that ad baculum arguments are fallacious or I'll punch you in the face!
If you don't stop using tu quoque arguments, you'd be such a hypocrite!
If we don't stop using slippery slope arguments, we'll become sloppy arguers, and if we become sloppy arguers, we'll become sloppy people. And if we become sloppy people, flies will land on us. And if flies land on our sloppy bodies, they'll lay eggs. And then we'll be sloppy slippery slope arguers covered in maggots… that's what we'll be!
See? Fun! Give it a shot in the comments.
UPDATE: John reminded me that the NS did the exercise back in 2008. Check the entries out here.