Off topic but after reading the posts of Gypsy Hack I had a niggling feeling I had read his style of argument before. After a moments thought it came to me:
Mr Logic the VIZ character:
Mr Logic is in charge of the till at the local off-licence:
No nonsense. Just give me all your money.
I shall commence by pointing out to you that my demeanour is not one which could be described as nonsensical. Consequently I can attest you have no cause to reprimand me on your first point. On to your second point: Bearing in mind the potentially lethal situation in which I find myself, to wit: your presence in conjunction with the presumably loaded firearm which is presently levelled at my cranium, I will comply with your request comprehensively, albeit reluctantly. Here, twenty-seven pence.
Twenty-seven pence? F**k off. There's more than that in the till.
Indeed, undoubtedly so. However your request was for 'my' money. The currency in the till belongs to a third party and is therefore not 'my money'. However, if you are still desirous of said money I would suggest that you re-phrase your original statement to recognise and incorporate this important distinction.
No offence intended by the way.