are social creatures. We have a need to involve others in our lives, to
spread ideas and work with our fellow man. Sometimes this social
requirement works in our favour – we worked together to get to the moon, and we invented pie! But occasionally our need for social
interaction means we come across someone that we wish would just...
catch on fire.
is sometimes a logical origin to a feud. When two people of differing
beliefs are in a similar position, it's entirely understandable that
they may butt heads. This tends to be why organised sports produces
the best rivalries, each side wants to win and by winning can prove their superiority. Outside of sports, though, people have found some
ridiculous reasons to battle, both physically and mentally.
of the following entries need a lot of historical context to truly
understand why these people fought, and unfortunately this context is
sometimes lost within the fog of time or hearsay. It's difficult to
say who was right and who was wrong - this is subjective - but what is
fair to say is that the inevitable feud that followed, although
predicated on logic, became something far more venomous as time went
are two sides to every argument and it's up to the judge to decide
who wins; in this context, you are the judge.