You've never tried/used/seen 'X'. Therefore, you can't have an opinion on 'X'.
I'm quite against drug use*, and the other musicians frequently throw that one on me. Woo-Woos bask in the glory of the DKTYTF.
Related to the anecdote, this claim attempts to show that my argument is invalid since my opinion is uninformed. However, anecdotes are not always fallacious; they are simply unreliable. The Don't Knock it Till You've Tried it argument is a common logical flaw. Why?
How do you know I've not tried your bullshit? And there's plenty of ways to review and learn about 'X' other than having hands on experience. I've never smoked crack cocaine because I've learned about the dangers of doing so (I've also watched WAY too much "COPS"). I will not try the White Mountain voice programmed remedy maker. Not only is there no evidence it works, there is evidence showing it does not work.
Likewise, what benefit would I get from wasting my time with Phiten® Titanium? And since we know prayer is still useless, I see no reason to try it.
My smart-ass come back to any creduloid who pulls out the DKTYTF?
You've never been rogered in the ass by a 300 pound man before. Therefore, you can't know you wouldn't like it.
That always shuts 'em up...
*Before I get any slams for this, lemme sum up - I support the legalization and decriminalization of drugs for consenting, non-vehicle manipulating adults. I'd hope that just because they are legal, one would still stray from their usage.