Write a scene where a man and his wife are having an argument. And she has to win the argument even if she is wrong.
John and his wife Sarah were sitting at the kitchen table, having an argument about where to go on their upcoming vacation. John was convinced that they should go to the beach, but Sarah was set on going to the mountains.
"I just don't understand why you would want to go to the beach," Sarah said, her voice filled with frustration. "We always go to the beach. I want to try something new for once."
"But the beach is so relaxing," John countered. "We can sit on the sand, soak up the sun, and just enjoy each other's company. Plus, it's much cheaper than going to the mountains."
Sarah sighed, shaking her head. "I don't care about the cost. I just want to experience something different. The mountains are so beautiful and peaceful. We could go hiking, see some waterfalls, and just really connect with nature."
John rolled his eyes, not wanting to give in. "Fine, we can go to the mountains if it means that much to you. But I'm not going to enjoy it as much as I would at the beach."
Sarah couldn't help but feel a sense of victory, even though she knew that John was probably right about the beach being a more enjoyable vacation destination. But she had made up her mind, and she was determined to win the argument, even if it meant going against her own preferences.
"It's settled then," Sarah said firmly. "We'll go to the mountains. And I promise you, you'll have a great time."
John let out a sigh of resignation, knowing that he had lost the argument. But he still couldn't shake the feeling that they were making a mistake. Only time would tell if Sarah's stubbornness would pay off.