Today, let’s discuss the Tu Quoque (too-kwo-kweh) Fallacy.
What is it?
When the argument is discredited on the basis of hypocrisy. It also means the appeal to hypocrisy.
“How can you tell me not to experiment with drugs when you did the same thing as a teenager? “
Or this example,
Where does it occur?
The Tu Quoque fallacy is a form of the ad hominem fallacy which does not attack a person for random, unrelated things;
Instead, it is an attack on someone for a perceived fault in how they have presented their case. 
Why do I need to know?
These arguments and fallacies are a great ways to shift your focus to different, irrelevant things by targeting at a close or sometimes personal level. Thus, deviating from the main topic.
Don’t let such arguments affect you or your stand on a fair point.
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