Socrates: You agree, Thermippos, that all men are mortal?
Thermippos: I do.
Socrates: And you agree furthermore that I am a man?
Thermippos. I have no reason to doubt it, Socrates.
Socrates: Surely then you agree that I am mortal?
Thermippos: I didn’t say that. You did. Don’t put words in my mouth!
Socrates: I beg your pardon, Thermippos, but I have simply drawn what follows.
Socrates: But no true reasoner could fail —
Thermippos: Ah, the "no-true-Macedonian" fallacy.
Socrates: But, Thermippos, given the logical form . . .
Thermippos: Define “logical form”.
Socrates: . . . . you must either accept the conclusion or reject at least one of the premises.
Thermippos: False dichotomy.
Socrates: I see, Thermippos. You’re an idiot.
Thermippos: Aaaaand that’s an ad hominem.
So Socrates then ad-hominems Thermippos with a brick....