Philosophical rejection lines

Ever had a philosopher hit on you at a conference and you wish you had some pithy line ready with which to say “not happening”? Go out for drinks after seminar, your colleague is makes an unwelcome move, and you don’t just want to say no, you want to say hell no, but without actually having to use those words? Buzzfeed can now help you with that:  a list of philosophical rejection lines here.  Below is the Leibniz.

We live in the best of all possible worlds. I wouldn't want to spoil that, you know?

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  1. Confucius said, “I have yet to meet a man who loves Virtue as much as
    he loves female beauty.” …… And you just prove that Confucius is right!

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