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Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.

Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.Ad nauseam is a Latin term used to describe something that has been continuing "to the point of nausea." For example "This topic has been discussed ad nauseam"; it has been discoursed extensively and everyone is tired of it.

The Latin etymology is taken from the Nausea baths in ancient Rome which would gather its "product" from the various vomitoria located around the city. So popular was the bath that they went to using miniature viaducts to ensure the vomitus was nice and fresh. The old method of using slaves to run to the various binging establishments with buckets proved too inefficient. Never to be wasteful, the Romans cooked the slaves, sent them out to eateries around town and eventually returned as "product".

Pliny the Disgusticus wrote circa 120 CE, "...there is nothing quite like the feeling one gets out of going to Nausea Baths to soak one's bones in the vomit of 100,000 of one's peers."

The baths were closed during a cholera outbreak when the only source of food fit to eat was the baths themselves, hence the "product" disappeared quickly.


Argumentum ad nauseam or argument from repetition or argumentum ad infinitum is a flawed argument, whereby some statement is made repeatedly (possibly by different people) until nobody cares to refute it anymore, at which point the statement is asserted to be true because it is no longer challenged. This is a form of proof by assertion.

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